I'm thinking about putting together a system that boots up a Unity game for a private project. It's juat a very rough idea and I don't know if it will be really worth it (so the idea might very well get scrapped again) but either way I need some input from you guys. I'd like the whole thing to be sort of a system that boots the OS, then starts the Unity game automatically and ideally even shuts down when the game is exited. Startup and exit can probably be handeled by most OSs via some scripts or other means. Since there isn't even a game yet - think small. I don't need DirectX12 or shader model 3. Rather easy 2D or mobile stuff probably. Since this is supposed to be very slim and as cheap as possible I thought about a Raspberry Pi 3 at first. After reading through the forums, though it seems it isn't really there yet. The hackyest way would here probably be via an Android installation. Correct? So to think further - other and maybe better solutions would probably be barebone PC systems that can boot up standard Linux or Windows, right? Ideally the hardware setup (without peripherrals of course) should not exceed ~125,-€. Preferrably much more towards the 70,-€ a basic Pi3 setup would cost. Do you have any current experiences with this sort of thing? Are there alternatives to a RB Pi3 you can recommend or is the Pi3 even there yet booting Unity games (despite the ARM processor) with an official OS release, somehow?