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    What're people using as a hardware 'host' for the games they've made?

    Hello all, it has been a while. Rest assured, I've been happily clicking these intervening years.

    Just interested to hear what people use to run the games they've made in Fusion? To clarify, just talking about where you run the completed games: Not your 'development environment' machine.

    I've used Android on phones, tablets, Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 10 machines. I know about the various exporters.

    In terms of reason for my question, aside from just my interest:

    In a perfect world, I'd like some sort of single-board computer that'd be able to run some sort of minimal OS that is fast to boot, direct to the game, for use in a straight to TV console/arcade cabinet. I don't lean heavily on extensions, but I do tend to use the Viewport and ideally would like to be able to use Shaders.

    Thanks in advance folks.

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    Also curious what people are doing? Is anyone making any money? Where can I go besides Steam?

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