The list includes some newly announced titles, as well as bigger names like Broken Age.
At next week's Game Developers Conference, Ouya will be demoing 12 new games for its console, including Double Fine's Broken Age.
"Everything from twitch, couch-gaming multiplayer to experiential projects that push the boundaries between games and art" will be represented within this batch of games, Ouya says.
The 12 games available to view are:
- Toto Temple Deluxe by Juicy Beast
- Duck Game by Landon Podbielski
- That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green and Josh Larson
- Cascade by Fayju
- Reagan Gorbachev Team2Bit
- Laza Knitez!! by Glitchnap
- Neverending Nightmares by Infinitap Games
- Thralled by Thralled Team
- Broken Age by Double Fine
- Whispering Willows by Night Light Interactive
- Knight and Damsel by MK Ultra Games
For the full descriptions of each of the above games, head over to the Ouya site.
If you'll be at the conference in San Francisco, you can get hands-on with the above games at Booth 316. Many of the developers will be available to chat to, with one notable exception being the team behind That Dragon, Cancer. Joel Green, the five-year-old whose plight inspired the adventure game, recently passed away, and the development team unfortunately won't be attending the conference this year.
The Ouya console released last year. It is designed to be an inexpensive, accessible, Android-based system with games that all incorporate a free-to-play aspect. In our review, we thought it was promising, but marred by design missteps and a lack of compelling content.
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