The importance of quality software for the upcoming OUYA has been harped on for months, but at least in the short term, it sure does look like this console will be successful. Following the news that OUYA will be sold at retailers like Amazon and Target, founder Julie Uhrman announced at the 2013 D.I.C.E. Summit that Double Fine plans to support the platform.
Specifically, this means we'll be seeing the Kickstarted Double Fine Adventure (otherwise known as Reds) in addition to the recently released The Cave for OUYA. Development on the latter has not yet commenced, according to Polygon. These higher-profile titles aren't what I would purchase an OUYA for, though it does inspire confidence to see them available on the system.
Uhrman also stated during her talk that Words With Friends creator Paul Bettner and his team will be working on games for the console as well. That's nice too, I guess.
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