Previously released on Android and iOS, The Sandbox is making its way to the Android micro-console Ouya. Developed by Pixowl, Inc., The Sandbox gives players the ability to create their own 2D world using various resources.
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Independent Game Dev Terry Cavanagh of distractionware is bringing two of his games, VVVVVV and Super Hexagon to the Android game console Ouya. Super Hexagon is slated for a release next Tuesday, July 3rd, with no date given for VVVVVV. Super Hexagon has players controlling a triangle through a hexagon without hitting the walls.
It was a long time coming, but the game that won the award for most immersive game at OUYA’s GameJam competition last year, is finally being released to the public.
One of the early popular games for the Ouya console was Towerfall, a local multiplayer game where up to four people try to kill each other round after round. A new game that landed on Ouya yesterday brings us similar mechanics but this time with squacky little ducks and is appropriately named Duck Game.
As many of you have probably noticed, the Android-powered game console Ouya has been announcing a lot of exclusive titles over the past few months. While this is something that should have probably been happening when it originally was released, it’s better later than never right? The newest game announced as an exclusive for Ouya is actually already on PC via Steam Greenlight and is called Magnetic By Nature.
Ouya and Team2Bit have signed a deal for a two game release with the first of two titles being the button-mashing brawler named Fist Puncher. This arcade game is fashioned around the old school 8-bit brawlers that used to be very popular back in the day.
A couple of days ago Ouya received a new exclusive game in the form of Chess 2: The Sequel. Developed by renowned game designer David Sirlin and Ludeme Games, Chess 2: The Sequel brings and updated version of the classic board game to the Android-powered console.
Ouya has another exclusive game heading its way this month called Soul Fjord from Airtight Games. This is a rhythm-based roguelike game developed by Portal lead designer Kim Swift which puts players in control of Viking Magnus Jones who is out to save the world from Ragnarok using the almighty power of dance to do it.
Toadman Interactive have released a new game exclusively onto Ouya called Killing Floor: Calamity. If this game sounds familiar that is because this is a re-imaged version of the original arcade shooter version of Killing Floor. However this is not an FPS game like the original one and is instead a top-down arcade shooter with plenty of blood to go around.
The recently released multiplayer FPS game Neon Shadow from Crescent Moon Games and Tasty Poison Games has made the jump from standard Android devices over to the Android-powered game console Ouya today. This FPS game takes inspiration from some of the more old school games in this genre like Doom but wraps it all up in a cyberpunk theme instead.