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Submitted by gameangel 468d ago | article

Five Easy-port Android titles that should be on OUYA right now

From TotalOUYA: "When the OUYA was first announced, it captured the attention and imagination of a large slice of the games-playing public (63,416 to be precise), who were sick of the old and ready for something new. Not just ready, but willing to put their own hard-earned pennies into the mere idea of it, in the hope of seeing the potential materialise. This was a step beyond the ordinary, passive yearnings for 'something new' you'll find in forums and comments sections of websites and blogs across the web - this was people prepared to take action for an idea in which they believe.

A big draw, was the Android operating system. A platform already well understood by numerous developers of all levels, this promised those backers who weren't developers - but mere gamers - that the OUYA would be a rich hotbed of creativity. It would boast the best indie games around and a deluge of reconfigured Android titles that have a proven track record with the millions of games-playing Android... (Android, Casual games, Dev, Ouya)

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