I put that stimulus money into an M1 Mac Mini, well half of it anyway, as I opted for the lowest-end configuration with the criminally low disk storage. But I just wanted that M1 processor so I could see if my iOS apps run on it, starting with HyperBowl.
To my surprise, HyperBowl runs just fine, and similar to the desktop version except instead of just pushing the mouse forward to roll the ball, I have to click push. I don't know if that works as well with a trackpad. If we get another stimulus payment, I'll buy an M1 laptop and find out.