a fully rendered 3d panel (webgl) with very lowpoly figures that developer is supposed to upload per game (if they want their game to show up in the 3d panel); the 3d model delivered by the game developer has to follow few rules in term of number of vertex/complexity, resolution etc. This is supposed to be some sort of "static 3d action figure" that may be collectible in similar fashion of Steam's flat 2d trading cards (if game developer sent more than one 3d action figure).
The 3d grid is supposed to be fully roteable, this allow for very interesting result into have some sort of bookshelf landscape that would be impossible to have in the second dimension, here's some additional idea:
- top sellers by tag: let's assume the customer filter for "action" tag and want to check the top seller.. the grid filter in all the action games, every "action figure product" gets scaled on the basis of it's download/purchase ratio. Games that sells/download more will be bigger compared the ones with less lucky
- special event bundle: the 3d grid terrain don't need to be flat, during special event/bundles it would be possible to make some kind of landscape. Let's assume different game developer agree to bundle their rpgmaker games all in one bundle: all they need is a lowpoly 3d landscape and put all their "3d action figures" on the landscape-bundle. Then customer can choose to "buy the whole land" with all the content (basically "grab the bundle") or pick the single games individually to check them out.