The programming language I am currently using is LUA based language called Hollywood. It is my choice of langauge based upon it being able to compile Amigaverions as well.
However, since I am anyway plannign to write the code from scratch again (although reusing usable parts of code), it also opens up the possiblity to change the language if there are truly interested programmers.
I am just afraid it might happen like it have happened before that people will start programming a lot at first, and then they just drop it. With it being programmed with a language i myself know, I can at least push it myself forward. That i havent programmed it for long time was to do with me not seeing much point going forward before some other decisions were done, and before those decisions could have been done i felt necessity to read the Holy War which surprisingly took me more than half a year to read till end! (and i thought it be like month-two delay only)
There are two reasons for Amiga version. One is that it motivates me personally, as Its been my twenty+ year old dream of making a good game for Amiga, and another is that I believe that despite this being christian game, Amiga users, even they are not that many, will play it regardless, hence we actually have a chance to have some effect to non christian audience.
Also, I am sure Amiga Future magazine will be happy to make a fullpage or two page review of this when its complete, and I think that would be great to see this game actualyl reviewed by a paper magazine.
But. If there really are many people who are interested in programming this, it is possible to change a language at this point. It would also give the advantage that right now this is solely dependant upon me, since I am only one programming in Hollywood language, hence if i get tired, its stuck. With more programmers, it wouldnt get stuck just if one gets tired.