So basically, this is just a simpler (in my opinion) way of using the online games library. It would be a one-time install, so you don’t have to go to the games library every time you need a game and download the .HEX and the .INF file, then load it to the SD card. The administrator could push automatic updates to it monthly, weekly, or daily to update the list of games on the device that you can choose to upload to your MAKERbuino. This would just be (in my opinion) a smarter, and faster way to do the same thing.
And if you have a list of hand-curated games, well, that’s just better. Or, you could somehow use a program to track the most downloaded game off of the website to make a “top downloaded” list. That would be fun. Even if it isn’t just for a Linux handheld, it would work on any Unix computer as well. So if someone wants some recommended games to start out with, they could start up this application, and it would download the game for them and put it onto the MAKERbuino automatically.
What do you think? Do you think this is too much trouble for something not a lot of people would use?