That's a bunch. I believe there is no implementation in C#, otherwise all major languages seem to be included in the list. Not counting Kotlin, since binson-java could be used for that.
For you who don't know, Binson is an exceptionally simple, binary serialization format. It's like JSON, but binary. And actually significantly simpler. Full implementations of a Binson serializer/deserializer typically range between 100 and 1000 lines of code. The complete spec is just two pages long. I suppose that is why there are so many implementations. In general: KISS - keep it short and simple! The most important design principle.