First some context. There's a pretty cool old(er) game about exploration, colonization and programming called Colobot that got opensourced recently (github) and I found out that it has a somewhat active (Polish) community and they're working on improving, fixing, porting, etc. the game.
Now, this was one of my favorite childhood games and I had literally dozens of different visions as to how a potential sequel could look and decided that it's always better to do something than do nothing and just talk about my ideas, so I started with what I know best(better than 3D graphics and physics at least), which is programming language design (and also happens to be my favorite topic in all of IT, just how cool is that?) and work on designing an educational but powerful programming language.
A question most people would ask is why I won't just use Python or some other simple language. I say: While many of these languages are good, simple and powerful, I believe that if the main