OUYA Game Submissions Now Open

By   /   Mar 8, 2013

If you’ve been itching to develop for the upcoming kickstarter-funded Android console, then I’ve got some news that’ll give you some relief. You can now submit your work of art and have it appear on the OUYA store when it launches on March 28th. If you make the March 28 deadline, and end up being one of the top three games after the first six weeks, OUYA will do their best to promote the hell out of your game.

The submission process consists of submitting your game and getting it approved as per the official content guidelines. The OUYA store looks to be a halfway point between the Google Play and iTunes systems, where it’s a pretty open platform upon a light approval process. An added plus: once the game is up, you are able to update your title free for life.

Here are some relevant links:

Content Guidelines (Important for getting your game approved)

Dev Portal (Download the OUYA Development Kit here)

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