Android is available for x86 these days and you can use hardware acceleration (CPU and GPU). Just set it up and get near-native performance. Or if you have an Android phone just `adb install -r blah.apk` what more can you want?
One that works on most CPUs.
You also have the right to ignore the demand.
You know where such cords are likely to be run over? Parking lots.
However, Nexon manages it, and they are terrible as far as customer support goes. It took them over two years to respond to a support request regarding NX (the real money currency) stolen from my account.
Man, I'd better buy stuff with this, so it doesn't lower in value.
Shit... I'm getting paid in something that's only going to get more worthless, why should I accept this crap?
Hmm, do I really need to buy X? If I wait a year, I can afford 1.03 X!
What's that? You're paying me in something that will get more and more valuable? Awsome.
The second seems a lot more conductive, as it encourages people to *gasp* save money. A concept that has been lost on Americans for a long time.