OUYA Shop Offers Games and Attractive Features for Interested Developers

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  • 08 Mar 2013
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  • In the Android recent history, QUYA is perhaps on of the most popular devices, with a large community that has grown around it and with fans everywhere. Later this month the first pre-orders are expected to ship and until then the developers must prepare the grounds for offering content.

    For games downloads and such user available features OUYA provides its own shop that offers the pleasures of having special software available at any time. The makers of the gaming console have given this a lot of thought and appreciated that having a dedicated spot for future titles can also attract developers into considering the platform worthy of investment.

    OUYA has also announced that any title submitted to the Shop will be available when the console will start shipping on the 28th of this month. For encouragement, OUYA is going to feature the top three developers in a series of short documentaries. The official announcement sounds like this:

    Devs, as of today, any game you upload to OUYA onhttp://devs.ouya.tv will be available for real on OUYA when units start to ship on March 28. This means the games you have in the store after today will be in gamers’ hands when they receive their OUYA units — starting first with our Kickstarter backers, and continuing on through June when we launch to anyone and everyone who wants to get OUYA.

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