OUYA to have 104 titles on offer at launch

Tuesday, 2nd April 2013 20:50 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

OUYA has been hitting mailboxes of Kickstarter backers, and while the rest of the world won’t be able to pick up the Android console until June 4, potential customers should start saving up: there will be 104 titles at launch.

That’s according to a list compiled by 30plusgamer (thanks, EdNorton), which we have pulled below.

Back in February, OUYAForum started keeping track of the titles confirmed for the console (at the time it was 481), which may or may not change depending on business decisions, and the like. In no way is it official, but it’s a damn long list.

OUYA Launch titles:

Abbigale and The Monster
A Fist of Awesome
Around the Rock Disc Golf
A Space Shooter For 2 Bucks
Beast Boxing Turbo
Bunibon 2
Chomper Deluxe
Combat Demonstration
Command Crisis: Callsign
ConSoul – x86 PC Emulation
Deep Dungeouns of Doom
Donut Get!
EMUya – NES Emulation
Escape F2P
Farm Invasion
Final Fantasy III
Fist of Fury
Flying Car
Forsaken Planet
Gamius Type IV
Giana Sisters
God Of Blades
Guns N Glory WW2
Happy Vikings
Highway Rally
Ice Rage
iMech Online
Jelly Bounce
Jsidd Code Factory
King of Booze
King of the Hill
Kinito Ninja
Knightmare Tower
Lemming Rampage 2
Lord of Portals
Maze City
Monocle Man
Multi Space
Mupen64Plus – N64 Emulation
Natural Soccer
One Tap Hero
Organ Trail
Paper Wings
Phoenix Revival
Pinball Arcade
Pingo: Puzzle Poker
Pixel Pig Deluxe
Pix n Love Rush
Powerups That Kill
Proton Pulse
Puzzle 2
Rage Runner
Regular Ordinary Boy
Riding Rhodri
Saturday Morning RPG
Save the Puppies
Shuttle Rush
Skymaze 3D
Sophia’s World
Space Buggers
Space Repair Inc
Space Sokoban
Space Tech Quality Assurance
Spin Wars
Square Off
Stalagflight (Julie Uhrman’s favorite game)
Star Shipping
Striker Soccer Euro 2012
Stupid Zombies 2
Subatomic Kangaroo World Tour
Super Daddio 2
SuperGNES – SNES Emulation
Syder Arcade
The Amazing Frog
The Ball
The Little Crane that Could
The Secret Universe of Alpha
The Vestibule
Tower Master
Word Shaker
Zombies & Trains



  1. OlderGamer

    Trip A or not, that is a lot of games.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Djoenz

    I love android I really do, but this casual gaming device is not worth my time or money.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. SlayerGT

    People seemed pumped for this machine when it was announced. Where’d they go? I never see anyone commenting on this stories.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. monkeygourmet

    XBMC and Mame emulation in a box the size of a Terry’s Chocolate Orange?!

    What’s not to like?!

    #4 2 years ago
  5. Kabby

    The price. Probably.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. monkeygourmet


    Price seems pretty solid for an XBMC device?

    The Rasberry Pi doesn’t quite run XBMC smoothly and I can’t think of many more devices for £100 that work that well for XBMC?

    #6 2 years ago
  7. Richenbaum

    @#3 I don’t think all the casual tech-illiterate smartphone gamers that want this really come to sites like this so much. no offense to the few that do.

    #7 2 years ago
  8. ohms

    What is the big deal about being able to run MAME and XBMC, anyway? I can run those apps on the other devices; like my PC or phone. Why do I need to buy $100 device just for using the apps that I can use elsewhere?

    As for the article, it doesn’t matter how many games this console will have at launch. I only need to know how many of them aren’t garbage. I still don’t see any name in that list that tempts me to buy the console.

    #8 2 years ago
  9. Gemma Fullard

    FF3.. yes please, I need to relive some childhood up in here :) 104 seems like a good start hopefully they will triple it before June when I intend to move the Ouya from WishPlz list ( ) to home theater.

    #9 2 years ago

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