Sat, Aug 03, 2013 | 19:42 BST
Polarity coming to PC with Oculus Rift support, lands on Steam Greenlight
Polarity, the first-person puzzler originally intended as an Ouya-exclusive, will be released on PC, according to BlueButton Games. It will even have Oculus Rift support if that’s your thing.
According to the firm’s Craig Littler, he wanted to make the game exclusive to Ouya, but in order to that, he would have needed more funds, but was quick to say he didn’t ask “for much” on that front.
“I tried to negotiate with Ouya to remain exclusive but they were fairly resistant to change and as such I think there will be plenty of devs who just use them as ‘another platform’ rather than committing to them exclusively,” he said to Eurogamer.
“We discussed it and didn’t really work for either of us. I understand their motivations, my game is hardly a blockbuster but by the same token I want as many people to play it as possible so I can fund my next project.
“I always thought the Ouya was an exciting platform, and something I wanted to support and the best way to do that would be to make an exclusive game for it.”
The game is currently up on Steam Greenlight.