"MacLua5.3: Classic MacOS port of Lua 5.3 (github.com)"
Little Languages (maxhallinan.com)
Halo was written with a Lisp dialect called blamscript (2014) (opencarnage.net)
I cant help but think that a lualisp merge would be the ideal script addition for all most any engine.
Have you seen Fennel? https://fennel-lang.org
Fennel is a programming language that brings together the speed, simplicity, and reach of Lua with the flexibility of a lisp syntax and macro system.
Full Lua compatibilty: Easily call any Lua function or library from Fennel and vice-versa.
Zero overhead: Compiled code should be just as or more efficient than hand-written Lua.
Compile-time macros: Ship compiled code with no runtime dependency on Fennel.
Embeddable: Fennel is a one-file library as well as an executable. Embed it in other programs to support runtime extensibility and interactive development.
Anywhere you can run Lua code, you can run Fennel code.
A Web Framework for Lua
moonmint is an HTTP web framework for Lua. Use complex routing, static file serving, and templating with a minimal code base. Harness the power of libuv to perform asynchronous operations.
Lua for the Browser
Lua in the browser means you can use coroutines to write beautiful asynchronous code:
Fast, small, webkit based browser framework extensible by Lua. http://luakit.org/
Connect Things EASY
An open-source firmware and development kit that helps you to prototype your IOT product within a few Lua script lines
The Development Kit based on ESP8266, integates GPIO, PWM, IIC, 1-Wire and ADC all in one board. Power your developement in the fastest way combinating with NodeMcu Firmware!