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Submitted by Wiiloveit 324d ago | news

High Flyer Death Defyer designed as a console experience, dev team says “Ouya needs a killer app”

"As great as it is that the thrill of "free falling at over 200mph" can now be had on the Ouya, what you may not know is the vision the creators of High Flyer Death Defyer had in mind for what was originally a mobile project. Jason Alejandre of Game Mechanic Studios spoke with BeefJack on the enhancements of the new version, as well as what the Ouya needs for it to hit a conscious stride." (Android, Casual games, Culture, Dev, Game Mechanic Studios, High Flyer Death Defyer, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Ouya)

Tiqila  +   324d ago
WOW, if that sort of games dominate the ouya, no wonder it does not sell well.
zeal0us  +   323d ago
Ouya will need more than killer apps if it wants to survive.

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