All games in Android-based system to offer form of free play
Ouya has launched an $950,000 Kickstarter campaign in a bid to urge consumers to back the hackable console.
The $99 android-based system, which plugs into the TV, is being backed by the likes of Xbox co-creator Ed Fries, Jawbone Jambox designer Yves Behar and VP of business development at IGN Julie Uhrman.
Games on the platform will all be required to offer some sort of free play, whether that be in the form of a demo or the free-to-play model.
The console is powered by a Tegra 3 Quad core processor, and features HDMI connection at 1080p HD, 8GB on-board flash and 1GB of RAM.
The controller will feature two analogue sticks, ten buttons and a touch screen, allowing developers to create both gesture controlled and more traditional titles.
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