While having 1000 games on your marketplace might not seem like a massive accomplishment, when you compare it to the sheer number of titles available on Google Play, 1000 games released is pretty good. This is exactly what Ouya has accomplished as of this month.
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A rather enjoyable looking game is heading to the Ouya console this month called MouseCraft. The best way to describe this game is that it resembles the older classic game Lemmings in terms of the mechanics that you will be dealing with. The goal is to get the mice to the cheese in each level.
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.
Team2Bit have announced their newest title that will be heading to Ouya soon called Reagan Gorbachev. This development studio has already released one game that did quite well called Fist Puncher and now this new game will be heading exclusively to Ouya this month.
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.
The Ouya console and marketplace will be getting another great game soon called Back To Bed from Bedtime Digital Games. Currently this game is already available on Google Play but if you own an Ouya, you’ll be able to pick up an optimized version of the game in the not-too-distant future.
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.
The popular Facebook game Tetris Battle is now on the Ouya in the form of Tetris Battle: Fusion. Fusion combines classic falling tetromino gameplay with frantic multiplayer.
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.