I don't think it would kill the industry, I think it would revolutionize it. Right now the industry is all about technical wizardry; how many polys you can push to the screen, but everyone's making the same kind of game. Maybe if they stopped focusing on what they *can* do, people will start focusing on what they *should* do and what's actually fun. If anybody can whip on an MMORPG or an FPS, then the gaming industry leaders will have to really do something different to make their games stand out. Technology like this would probably be limited (to start) to making games similar to existing games. It would be great to make that pointless so that people who are making and selling new games really have to do something different if they don't want people to be able to describe it and "get" it for free. It might also make people appreciate fine game design, if they can have any game they want, they will maybe start to care more about what makes games better than automatically cranked out content similar to everything else that's already available.