I didn't mention this yet here, but I have started work on an improved (and more expensive) version of this device. I the good old style of 80s, I decided to call it #µGame Turbo (if there is going to be a third version, it will be Super µGame Turbo, of course). I'm still researching most things, but the goal is to mostly have a physically bigger screen (same resolution), more memory and better audio (better speaker, volume control, headphone jack). It should be software-compatible with the current µGame, though.
I am not sure how that project will go, and whether I will be selling that new version of the device too — there are currently simply too many variables.