If you like to emulate consoles and play old school games, like Super Mario World or even your old N64 titles, then you know what the OUYA is and was. I won’t go into detail for those that never heard of what the indie console is. If you would like to know what it really is, then check their website >here<
Sadly the OUYA is no more, it died sometime, not long ago, last year maybe? The year before that? I can’t remember, all I know, is that there are some people out there that still have the console and still have a bitter taste in their mouth after what happened to it.
The official OUYA store might not be running, but I believe it is still online, meaning you can no longer purchase titles for it, but you can still add games to the console manually, which includes:
- Adding games to a USB flash drive.
- Plug in the USB flash drive onto the OUYA.
- From the OUYA main menu, navigate all the way to the USB files.
- Finding where the new games that you added are, and then installing them.
That’s how you people are doing this nowadays. Sure, it seems like a pain since most of us are now so used to just tapping or clicking “Install/Download” in order to add more games into our libraries.
Anyways, all this blah blah blah just to account that I am one of those poor OUYA users that still have the indie console, but just like others, it is just there, collecting dust. So I have decided to add an port to my WiP indie game El Pansas for it, just because I would like to give the OUYA users at least something to add to the dead console’s library and maybe have a reason to plug it back to the TV
Not to mention, I will be using the OUYA itself to demo my game in a upcoming convention, so stay tuned to see photos and videos on that subject and see how it all goes.
Until next time, this troll will now return to work. Cya!