It's been a while. Here's an obfuscated script written over 4 years ago that finally got finished up. Though it technically works in Windows with "perl -MWin32::Console::ANSI <script>", it looks much better in Linux or MacOS (or probably Cygwin), for which it was designed, as it uses ansi escape sequences.

Note: to change the speed give an optional delay argument in fractions of a second. The default is 0.1 (ie. 0.5 would be slower, 0.05 faster).

die+eval(q{$|=pr int"\e[ 2J\n";$k=' |';s ,,2 220;3500731;352273 5071;16007150 74;1622713,x;y; 0-4;8| _/%;;s ;5;\e[103m;g;s,6, \e[102m,g;s;7;\e [m;g;$/=$_;$_=q| hb2Gbb 5hhDei 4dh0Bh lFbi20 1hoC4d o0CdsB bp201h vDev5d v0ChzG |;s;[1 -9];>$&;g;s;[A-I ];^$&;g;y|A-I|1- 9|;{s;^(\w)(\w); ;x?($y =-97+ord$1,$x=-9 7+ord$2):s,^0,, ?$k='/':s,^([>^] )(\d), ,?map{$c=$1,$X=1 +3*$x,$Y=$y* 2,$Z=4;$"=$/=~s; %;$k;r ;map{p rint"\ e[${\$Y ++};${ X}H$_" ;$X--if++$ Z<7}sp lit';' ,$";$k= '|';se lect$J ,$a,$p,$ARG V[0]|| .1;'^' eq$c?$y --:$x+ +}1..$ 2:last;redo }}=~y %8 \n % %dr), "\e[". "22H\n"
say  substr+lc crypt(qw $i3 SI$),4,5

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Re: Self-constructing Japh
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 09, 2016 at 20:44 UTC
    This is beautifully done! Would it be possible to get get a breakdown of De-obfuscating it?
      Sure, I'll try my best. :)

      I hope that answers some of your curiosity about the obfuscation.

      If you have any further questions don't hesitate to ask. And thanks for your interest! :D

      say  substr+lc crypt(qw $i3 SI$),4,5