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Towerfall by Matt Thorson is a local multiplayer archery combat game. When you start it with up to 3 friends, just don’t have plans for the rest of the day. There is no leaving!
Radiant Defense is a colorful tower defense game with your world invaded by countless alien hordes. Build your own path for incoming waves of enemies!
Super Killer Hornet8.5
Super Killer Hornet is a shoot ’em up with a little twist. To raise your multiplayer or to level up your ship you have to answer math problems which appear between the various opponents and bosses.
Ultionus: A Tale of Petty Revenge8.9
In this shmup, autoscrolling shooter and jump-n-shoot arcade game you star as busty space heroin Serena S. You get trolled on Spacebook by a guy named the ‘Space Prince’ and so you’re off to visit his planet to teach him a lesson.
Pizza Boy is another Mario clone, but one from the heart. OMG! Somebody has stolen the pizza! A nightmarish experience for every gamer. The story of Pizza Boy is told partially in comic strips and trough game animation.
The Lost Souls8.3
The Lost Souls is the first horror game on the OUYA and it’s scary as hell. Set in a haunted house, its atmosphere is very convincing and worth every second of playing time. It’s also free to play.
Love the concept of Donkey Kong but are done with good old Jumpman/Mario? Now you’re spoilt for choice! Do you want to save the cat with Ripley, free Melinda as Hauser, reunite with C3PO and R2D2 as Luke or rescue Chewbaca as Han Solo?
Amazing Frog is a real phenomenon. You run around, throw yourself into cars, jump off of buildings, into giant fans or fire yourself out of cannons. The more spectacular the stunt the more points you can earn. In multiplayer split-screen you also may shoot at your opponent with various weapons or simply throw things at each other.
Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition8.6
When a game is over 20 years old and it still has its appeal you know you’ve got a great game that doesn’t rely on fancy graphics or other marketing gimmicks to entice you.
Switch polarity between red and blue to pass through barriers and steal three data cores in every level to gain access to the last stage. If you like 3D first person puzzler like Portal, give Polarity a try.