boutique handheld discourse has me really wishing there was a homebrew platform that excelled at:
- cheap, widely available, open (as much as possible) hardware
- SDK + simulator that runs on anything
- large community of people hacking on it & sharing knowledge
- diverse, welcoming culture that views games as an art form, doesn't care about the boundary between "game" and other stuff
@vincent It seems cool, basically a FOSS alternative to Unity. I do think there's value in having engines that are smaller, less featureful but more focused, or more experimental. So ideally it's part of a wide vibrant ecosystem.