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OUYA to Launch with Over 100 Game Titles

Courtesy Mellisa Tolentino,  SiliconAngle

The $99 gamebox, OUYA, began shipping in late March to early Kickstarter investors.  As for the rest of the world, gamers would have to wait until June 4, 2013, when the gamebox officially launches in the market.

As previously reported, there are almost 500 games slated for Ouya, but gamers should not expect to see popular game titles as the company wants to be known as the friendliest gaming platform.  Ouya wants to be the go to hub for indie game developers.  There will be 104 titles available when Ouya officially launches in June.

OUYA Launch titles:

  • Abbigale and The Monster
  • A Fist of Awesome
  • Airstrike
  • AmpGear
  • Around the Rock Disc Golf
  • A Space Shooter For 2 Bucks
  • Barley-Break
  • Beast Boxing Turbo
  • Blood
  • Bubblr
  • Bunibon 2
  • Canabalt
  • Chomper Deluxe
  • Combat Demonstration
  • Command Crisis: Callsign
  • ConSoul – x86 PC Emulation
  • Deep Dungeouns of Doom
  • Donut Get!
  • Dubwars
  • EMUya – NES Emulation
  • Escape
  • Escape F2P
  • EVAC
  • Farm Invasion
  • Final Fantasy III
  • Fist of Fury
  • Flying Car
  • Forsaken Planet
  • Gamius Type IV
  • Giana Sisters
  • God Of Blades
  • Grow
  • Guns N Glory WW2
  • Gunslugs
  • Happy Vikings
  • Hexicheckers
  • Highway Rally
  • Ice Rage
  • iMech Online
  • Jelly Bounce
  • Jsidd Code Factory
  • King of Booze
  • King of the Hill
  • Kinito Ninja
  • Knightmare Tower
  • Lemming Rampage 2
  • Lord of Portals
  • Maze City
  • Monocle Man
  • Mosaic
  • Multi Space
  • Mupen64Plus – N64 Emulation
  • Natural Soccer
  • One Tap Hero
  • Orbiter
  • Organ Trail
  • Paper Wings
  • Phoenix Revival
  • Pinball Arcade
  • Pingo: Puzzle Poker
  • Pixel Pig Deluxe
  • Pix n Love Rush
  • Polarity
  • Powerups That Kill
  • Proton Pulse
  • Puddle
  • Puzzle 2
  • Quizania
  • Radiant
  • Rage Runner
  • RED
  • Regular Ordinary Boy
  • Riding Rhodri
  • Saturday Morning RPG
  • Save the Puppies
  • Shuttle Rush
  • Skymaze 3D
  • Sophia’s World
  • Space Buggers
  • Space Repair Inc
  • Space Sokoban
  • Space Tech Quality Assurance
  • Spin Wars
  • Square Off
  • Stalagflight (Julie Uhrman’s favorite game)
  • Star Shipping
  • Striker Soccer Euro 2012
  • Stupid Zombies 2
  • Subatomic Kangaroo World Tour
  • Super Daddio 2
  • SuperGNES – SNES Emulation
  • Swindler
  • Syder Arcade
  • The Amazing Frog
  • The Ball
  • The Little Crane that Could
  • The Secret Universe of Alpha
  • The Vestibule
  • Tower Master
  • Twitch.tv
  • Vector
  • Wizorb
  • Word Shaker
  • Zombies & Trains

Though the games may not be popular, the sheer number of available titles upon launch could entice gamers to actually purchase Ouya.  If not, the sleek design of the gamebox may just do the trick.

The Ouya gamebox is a small black and silver grey box that has a little bit of weight in it to prevent it from toppling over when the wires are connected.  It has a minimalistic design – a power button on the top panel, name of early investors written on one of the side panels, the ports are found in the back and the bottom has an exhaust to keep the gamebox cool while in use.  As for the controller, it looks like your typical game controller complete with the a power button, two analog joysticks that are clickable, directional pad and face buttons that has the company’s brand on it, as well two shoulder bumper buttons, analog trigger buttons at the back, and a touch pad located between the power button and LED indicator lights.


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