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Ouya is a different type of game console. We wanted to bring gaming back to the television by making it accessible to gamers," Julie Uhrman, the founder of Ouya, told ABC News in an interview. "All the games are free to try, and we allow any developer with the creativity and passion to build a game for the television to do so.

The Ouya is designed to appeal to game makers themselves. Since it is based on open-source Android software, anyone can tinker around and build games for it, which is the opposite of how it works on big consoles. There, developers often need millions of dollars to build a game and have it succeed. Ouya is thus hoping developers take to its device in the same way they've jumped onto mobile phones and tablets.

The console is premised on all games being free, with players only paying for full versions or, in some cases, relying on an honour system if they like the game after trying it. The device itself is now available to Canadians through Amazon.ca and is modestly priced at only $99, a far cry from the $399 and $499 price tags, respectively, on the upcoming PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

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The OUYA is amazing for its size and portability alone, and the console's short stature is a surprise to everyone who encounters it. The team even had to add extra weight to improve its physical stability. The HDMI port, USB port, micro-USB port and Ethernet provide everything you'll need, though its singular USB port means you'll want to invest in a USB hub.


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Stylized OUYA, is a video game console running its own version of the Android operating system. Julie Uhrman, a game industry veteran, founded the project in 2012. She brought in designer Yves Behar to collaborate on the design of the project, and Muffi Ghadiali as product manager to put together the engineering team. Development was funded via Kickstarter, raising $8.5 million and becoming the website's second-highest-earning project in its history. Units started to ship to Kickstarter backers on March 28, 2013. After some delay the console was released to the general public on June 25, 2013 but still many backers of the Kickstarter campaign have not received their consoles or the extra controllers.

The Ouya will feature an exclusive Ouya store for applications and games designed specifically for the Ouya platform. Out of the box, Ouya will include the TwitchTV application and access to the OnLive video game streaming service. Initially it is expected to run on a modified version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and be open to rooting without voiding the warranty (developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or $1,337 will come pre-rooted). The console's hardware design will allow it to be easily opened up, requiring only a standard screwdriver to allow easy modding and possible hardware addons.

All systems can be used as development kits, allowing any Ouya owner and gamer to also be a developer, without the need for licensing fees. All games will be required to have some kind of free-to-play aspect, whether that be completely free, has a free trial, or has purchasable upgrades, levels, or other in-game items. The Ouya is competing against the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U.