Back in '83 or so, one of the reasons given for the great video game crash was the glut of games for the '2600, and in particular the utter crap that was being released by every man and his dog for the system. Slap up some movement under joystick control, give it a bit of a back story, release it as a game and bob's your uncle. Well, pretty soon people realised that it was all overpriced crap, and the bottom fell out of the industry.
Segue to 2015 and a fairly large (IMHO) number of homebrews written using Bb. Blocky, easy to write, fairly stock standard stuff with some sort of bullshit backstory to the "game". Slap on some tie to a movie that you don't actually have the rights to... or in some way try to associate yourself with some niche IP. Market to those who have to have everything. Pretend that there's some sort of special release, perhaps a limited edition so it must be worth more, right? Put up prototypes on eBay, perhaps. Have a little competition, get the poor sheep interested in this as some sort of special thing that actually required more than fundamental programming skills. Yes, I think we're about overdue for the great homebrew crash of 2016.