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Game Oriented Assembly Lisp

GOAL, an extension of Common Lisp now known as GOOL (Game Oriented Object Lisp), is a programming language used for scripting in video game development. The syntax is simple and easy to read, making it accessible to designers and artists working with developers. By using GOOL, games can be built more quickly while still providing the flexibility needed to create complex gameplay systems. This allows for rapid prototyping and iteration during the design phase of a game project.