Yeah. The ones I have anything written up for, in order of detail, and with a couple of buzzwords each:
Lántas /laːntas/, which is the language which has gone longest without me abandoning it. It has lots of noun cases and syllabic consonants, and is written with an abugida.
[Tengan], or tté ŋa /tʼɛ˥ ŋɑ˩/, with an isolating grammar, click consonants, evidentiality, and a Hangul-ripoff for the script. (I haven’t transferred it from my old site yet, sorry)
Zalajmkwély /zɑlɑɪmkweˈliː/, which was originally from a “design a conlang in an hour” challenge thing but then I got kind of attached to it. It’s still just a sketch though. It has nine genders and vowel harmony.
an unnamed language with a volapük-ass aesthetic
Also, a mirror of some syntax test cases, originally compiled by Gary Shannon, that might be useful to someone.