OK, after pondering the MiniScript MMO idea for a few days, and not really coming up with a compelling value proposition over other social MMOs, here's a better idea. 🙂
A VR development environment based on MiniScript, and designed to make life as easy as possible for someone wanting to get into VR programming.
I have both an Oculus Go (cheap) and an Oculus Quest (amazing). I'm no fan of Oculus (or Facebook) as a company, but these devices are incredibly fun, and generally very well designed. But coding for them is a pretty high hurdle just to get started — I've seen so many questions about it in the Unity forum, that even I have stopped answering most days (and you all know how much I love to help newbies!).
So, this would be an app you download to your headset, and then start hacking around in MiniScript. You could do that either in VR, perhaps using a Bluetooth keyboard (I can't imagine anybody really wants to poke out code letter by letter on a virtual keyboard, though I guess that should be an option). Or, you could write scripts on your desktop/laptop computer, and drag them onto the device through a procedure like this. You'd install custom models, textures, and sounds for use in your programs the same way.
At this point, tablet users (g'day Russell!) will object that they want to hack code on their tablet while curled up on the couch. I suppose I might also let you hook it up to something like Google Drive or DropBox, which lets you edit your files using whatever apps are compatible with those. Then you put the headset on, poke the "Reload" button, and it pulls down the latest versions from the web. Test and repeat.
If this sounds intriguing to anybody, reply to this thread and let me know what you're thinking. It'll be a couple months before Mini Micro is finished, and I won't start on this until then, but it's good to let these ideas bake for a good long time before digging in.