Master Systems sell roughly 150,000 units a year, even today. Just saying. -Mind Blown- Anyways, I think a lot of people are missing the point of a Raspberry Pi export. - People WILL buy a Raspberry Pi to play games, as hobbyists, but that's not the point. - Companies/Individuals are purchasing RPis to build consumer devices, Game Maker could be the best choice for developers. - Schools are using RPis to teach young adults how to build computers, Game Maker could offer teachers the ability to teach students how to build a game. - There's a high demand for RPi Games. GMS could help fill this void and attract some fantastic programmers to the community. In addition, this will help people create their own game systems with their own first-party titles. This will allow companies to create interactive demos for display, or terminals for customers. Truly the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. This is not an export that expects users to buy an RPi to play games. This is for developers who want to create their own devices. YYG doesn't make income on games created with the software, it makes income based on the sale of GMS and its exports. This export would attract users to the software and the export. ??? PROFIT! (Nothing Charitable about that.) And I think that's great.