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Pier Solar HD pushed back to June

Pier Solar HD, the Sega Genesis-style RPG developed by Watermelon, has been delayed to June, Sega Nerds reported. The delay was announced via a backers-only update on the developer's Kickstarter page. Watermelon earned $231,370 on the service in December 2012, and just received approval from the...

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Towerfall PS4 trumps PC as multiplayer hit tops $500,000 sales

Local multiplayer obsession Towerfall has proven incredibly successful, to the tune of more than $500,000 in sales to date, but according to creator Matt Thorsen, the nascent PlayStation 4 version of TowerFall has outpaced its PC predecessor. "It's actually doing better on PS4, but it's still...

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Ouya gives presents for its first birthday: seven games on sale now

On March 28, 2013, Ouya began shipping its Android-powered microconsole of the same name to backers of its Kickstarter campaign. One year later, Ouya is thanking those backers and all who have chosen to support the company with a seven-day sale on seven games from seven of its initial developers....

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Amazon Gold Box Event discounts South Park, Lightning Returns, more

Brobdingnagian online retailer Amazon has kicked off another all-day Gold Box Event, bringing discounts to games like South Park: The Stick of Truth, Thief, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy 13 and the Android-powered Ouya console. South Park: The Stick of Truth is today's Deal of the Day ....

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Human Element set for Nov. 2015, Ouya prequel canceled

Human Element, the first-personal survival game from Robert Bowling's studio, Robotoki, will launch in November 2015 on PC, Bowling confirmed on Twitter. He added that the Ouya-bound prequel to the game was canceled "early on" as the developer shifted its focus to the CryEngine-based PS4 and Xbox...

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Ouya dropping free-to-try requirement for developers in April

Currently, any game on the Android-powered Ouya microconsole must be free in some way, shape or form, be it a free demo or free to play business model. That situation is set to change next month, when the Little Console That Could drops its free-to-try requirement. Polygon reports that Ouya head...

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Ouya to show new exclusive games at GDC 2014

The moddable, Android-based Ouya hasn't won over all developers with strong sales from its userbase, but the open-source console still gets the occasional exclusive release. According to Ouya's announced plans for GDC, that trend is going to continue. Six titles planned to launch exclusively on...

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Ouya Everywhere starts with Mad Catz's MOJO microconsole in spring

Ouya Everywhere aims to put Ouya games on other company's consoles, and it's kicking off that process this spring on MOJO, the Android microconsole from Mad Catz. MOJO launched in December, and one of its highlights is the eventual ability to stream PC games. Along with the Ouya news, MOJO is...

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Ouya Everywhere puts games on TV, PC without the Ouya

Ouya Everywhere aims to put Ouya games on devices that aren't Ouyas, such as televisions or PCs, CEO Julie Uhrman revealed to Slashdot and A-list Daily. Uhrman plans to announce details about Ouya's software initiative this week. "One thing you'll start to see is Ouya on other people's devices,"...

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Limbo investor funds indie sleepwalker Back to Bed

Sleepwalking puzzler Back to Bed is back on track thanks to assistance from Danish investment firm Capnova. The investment prompted the team of students from the Danish National Academy of Digital Interactive Entertainment (DADIU) to form an official studio now known as Bedtime Digital Games. ...

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