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- Flashout 3D6.8
A Wipeout clone for the OUYA. Contrary to most clones however, this game looks good and has a very good soundtrack. It is missing a multiplayer mode which would make Flashout much better. The devs are working on it though.
- Vendetta Online8.3
Vendetta Online is a space simulation similar to EVE Online but differs greatly from it in one very decisive aspect: combat and flying. VO is a nice change from the other casual games that are currently in the majority on OUYA.
- The Ball8.4
The Ball is a brilliant combination between puzzle and action game. Fantastic looks complete the whole package and make The Ball one of the best games for the OUYA so far.
Bomberman style of game. As far as Multiplayer games are concerned this could very well be one of the first big hits on the OUYA.
- Knightmare Tower9.1
The OUYA team loves this game and so do we. Play a little comic knight, trying to free 10 princess from the grip of evil! Fantastic gameplay, combined with awesome graphics! The line between “I’ll just play a few minutes” and “Oh shit I played 3h?” is pretty fine with this game.
- Saturday Morning RPG7.1
A game that derives its name from Saturday morning cartoons can’t possibly be bad! A lot of nostalgic/retro/hipster cartoons and movies found their new home in this awesome game.
Fantastic Hack and Slay game set in a fantasy world of deadly gladiator matches with monsters.
- Frozen Endzone7.5
Frozen Endzone is the game, that EA should have created 10 years ago when Madden NFL turned stale.
Set in a future where the (American) Football players are robots Frozen Endzone delivers a gaming experience that could actually be more fun than any NFL simulation out there.
Who hasn’t dreamed of setting a police car on fire? Most of us are probably sane enough not to do it in reality but nothing is sweeter than destroying stuff in video games right?
Riot is a game about nothing but destruction. We love it and have both backed it already on Indiegogo.
- Zombies & Trains6.5
Keep Zombies from breaching into the middle of your screen but squashing them with your trains. However, it gets more demanding as the game progresses and has a very challenging steep learning curve.