Before he pulled Boundless down and quit, Roy/leupai had several other small projects he was working on. One of them was a very short text-based choose your own adventure that took place in the leupai universe he created (it centered around eating chocolate cake until you almost exploded), another was a leupai character creator of his that may or may not still be around in some form, and the last was a resource management text game called Elflands, which focused on creating a wilderness settlement with elves and fattening the general population up to ludicrious proportions.
Resources to construct buildings and expansions with included some rather interesting and unique things like Trees, Marble, and Roses, and the primary jobs you could assign citizens to were very elfy, such as Druids, Rangers, Hunters, and Sunblades. Various wild animals such as deer could be captured, fattened up, bred, and butchered to create meat, and it was also possible to capture dragons (which served no purpose yet to my knowledge) and humans (which could be fattened up, bred, and butchered like deer but doing so would bring humans after you). You were encouraged to fatten the population to well beyond immobility levels (they can still do their jobs because magic), but winters were harsh and real effort had to be invested into creating a system that could maintain the grossly decadent lifestyle the elven population wanted. Turns progressed in ticks, measured in days, and it was actually a really solid resource management sim in addition to being a weight gain fetish game. It could also be turned into a pseudo-idle game by automating ticks, but the game wasn’t really meant to handle that and getting everything sustainable enough so you could walk away from it wasn’t really possible given the structure of the game itself.
Elflands was by far the best and most fleshed out of Roy’s side projects, but it was also a hosted, in-browser game. When he took everything down, he didn’t renew any of his domains, and Elflands went with their expiration. Boundless still exists and can be downloaded and played, thanks to venturega.me, but to my knowledge, Elflands isn’t being hosted anywhere. I actually had a working version of it saved that could be opened and played in Firefox, but recently suffered a hard-drive failure and lost it. I was wondering if anyone ELSE saved the game, or knows of someone who did, so copies of it could still be passed around and played?