Originally developed during the Toronto Game Jam in 2013, Knight & Damsel from MK-Ultra has been in development since then, but it look like it will finally be getting released onto PC and the Ouya console. Knight & Damsel seems like a pretty fun game, especially since it is an ‘un-cooperative’ multiplayer title.
Tag: new OUYA games
DarkPath Studios has announced their new first-person mystery adventure game called Nowhere: Lost Memories, which will be coming to the Android-based game console Ouya in the near future. Along with the announcement of this game is the first teaser trailer that will give you a little bit of an idea of what to expect when this game launches.
Hero generations, released by Heart Shaped Games, is set to come to Ouya this month. The idea for this game is a decent mash-up of a handful of gaming themes, primarily roguelike elements crossed with 4X planning and building. Players assume the role of an adventurer, and can choose what that adventurer will value (love, greed, etc).
Playcast has added two new games to their current running Packful of Fun package on the Ouya Marketplace. If you are not familiar with what Playcast is, essentially this is a game streaming service where users pay a monthly fee in order to have Triple-A titles streamed to their TV. The Packful of Fun package is their service but for the Ouya console.
Upcoming Ouya game Elliot’s Quest is a retro-style action-RPG title that will be arriving soon from developers Ansimuz. This is the company’s attempt at making a spiritual successor to the Zelda II game from back in the day and while the visuals of this game don’t show it, the mechanics that we are seeing do seem to take some inspiration for the old Zelda title.
A new fast-paced turn-based strategy game has arrived for the Ouya console called Skulls of the Shogun. Developed by 17-Bit, this game is already available on Google Play and has now been ported over for the Ouya console as well. Players will be taking charge of General Akamoto who also happens to already be dead.
OrangePixel’s sequel to their original Meganoid game has made the jump from Google Play to the Ouya console today. Meganoid 2 is the company’s rather challenging platformer that has been out on Android for a bit now and can finally be played natively on the Ouya console.
You may see a few articles floating around other websites right now about a developer who suffered a rather big defeat with one of his other games, called Retro/Grade, but is taking another stab at it with a new psychological horror game called Neverending Nightmares. Currently up on Kickstarter for additional funding as well as Steam Greenlight for voting, Neverending Nightmare is partly based on Retro/Grade creator Matt Gilgenbach’s own experience in dealing with mental health and the dark place he was after Retro/Grade.
Neon Caves, a retro-styled arcade shooter, is now available on the Ouya. Developed by Force of Habit,there is no free-to-try option which found in many other Ouya games, but you can own it for $2.99.
Recently OUYA has announced the launch of Broken Age on the console, and the console-exclusivity of quirky clone-based puzzler So Many Me! which will be arriving at some point this month. A date being thrown around for it is June 12th, 2014.