This is a list of types with entries in Chrysoberyl.
Note that the precise distinction between a Book and a Text is debatable, and entries here may be categorized somewhat arbitrarily.
A game is anything you can play, but most of these are meant to be played on a computer. Some can even be played online here, in your web browser.
This is a list of genres with entries in Chrysoberyl.
In Chrysoberyl parlance, a gewgaw is the digital version of a bagatelle (music) or a doodle (visual art). It almost always involves visuals (usually animated), sometimes audio, and occasionally interaction.
A special kind of gewgaw, for which there is a whole historical "scene", is the "demo". We avoid that terminology here, partly because it has other useful meanings, and partly because demos have a certain thrust which gewgaws need not have (pushing the limits of a computer, being very visually/aurally impressive, sending "greetings" to other demosceners, etc.)
This is a list of implementations with entries in Chrysoberyl.
These are implementations of all kinds of things: programming languages, platforms, libraries, tools, games, electronics projects, musical compositions, texts, pictures, and so forth. For a more fine-grained breakdown, see those individual categories.
This is a list of all works installed online on catseye.tc.
This list is of all works! You may have better luck navigating the online installations by going to the front page and browsing by one of the categories: Programming Language, Gewgaw, Game, Musical Composition, Picture, Text, Tool, Electronics Project, or Retrocomputing.
Pictures — drawings, paintings, photos, computer-generated images, whatever.
Note that concrete poetry and the like may be categorized under Pictures, or Texts, or both.
Some of these languages have interpreters that can run online, in your web browser. By selecting sample programs and watching them run, you can gain an appreciation of how the language works; by composing your own programs, you can gain an even better appreciation.
Texts. But isn't everything in Chrysoberyl a text of some sort? Yes, but those are texts about something. These are texts that stand as works on their own.
Note that the precise distinction between a Text and a Book is debatable, and entries here may be categorized somewhat arbitrarily.
Note that concrete poetry and the like may be categorized under Texts, or Pictures, or both.