Most games preservation is "rogue", done with piracy in mind. Thus, the more popular/beloved a game was, the more likely it was to be backed up. This has left more obscure consoles, like the Laseractive, with few/no game backups and underdeveloped emulators.
Then, one day, he vanished.
You may not know it, but sometimes, the preservation of ENTIRE CHAPTERS of game history comes down to one hobbyist, one homebrew developer, doing it in their spare time.
They can stop/vanish at anytime. So much knowledge hangs by a thread.
All I hope is that all the efforts to help save the Laseractive don't end up in vain.