Actually I am typically pretty curious, especially when it comes to programming languages.
Atypical is a programming language that I discovered recently almost by mistake.
It was designed for the PIC and around the PIC assembly (midrange, 14-bit core) by Michael Park, with all the limitations and quirks of the PIC core, but with the intention to add a little structured programming and improve readability (quite a bit). Atypical flies very low, adding only a very thin layer of pre-processing to your source code. No fancy optimizations, if you are a hard core assembly wizard, you will appreciate how all the power is still in your hands…
As the author says, take a look and see if Atypical piques your interest! (link)