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Monday, 03 December 2012 15:47

OUYA shipping on time

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Developer version coming on December 28th


Android-based gaming console Ouya stirred up quite a lot of attention back when it scored more than US $8.5 million in founding at Kickstarter. Now it seems everything is still on track. The first consoles, or to be precise, developer versions will ship to their proud owners as of December 28th.

This, of course, does not include the standard Ouya consoles that are still fortunately scheduled for March, but rather Ouya dev console version for those that shelled out US $699 to be the first ones to get their hands on rooted developer version with early SDK access.

Of course, it is quite impressive that Ouya makers are sticking to their schedule and it means that March 2013 is pretty much fixed for those that payed as little as US $95 for their Ouya console.

In addition to some great news for developers that decided to go for it, makers of the Ouya will give away ten developers consoles for those that have a best idea for a game that they want to make for the Ouya console. You can find more details about the giveaway here.

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