Ouya has announced the first devkits for the Android-based console will start shipping on December 28. The SDK will be made available via its web portal when the kits ship. A team is also working on optimizing search and discovery, and on the kit’s UI. The dev consoles are an early version of the Ouya console and controller designed for developers to test their games on Ouya. The firm’s Kickstarter developers will be the first to get the consoles in the post. More on the official blog. Thanks, Gamasutra.
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Ouya Dev Kits