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People can now play your Ouya games without having to buy an Ouya
People can now play your Ouya games without having to buy an Ouya
July 1, 2014 | By Alex Wawro




Newsbrief: Ouya's game catalog goes cross-platform today, as owners of the Mad Catz MOJO Android-based microconsole can now grab an Ouya app and download games through the Ouya store.

This marks the first step of the Ouya Everywhere program, which the company announced back in March as an effort to get the Ouya catalog of games on as many devices as possible.

"Fans of the M.O.J.O. can now access hundreds of OUYA games, which not only extends our platform, but helps developers continue to grow their audience and community," stated OUYA founder and CEO Julie Uhrman in a press release announcing the Ouya app's MOJO debut.

The company continues to experiment with new business models in an attempt to get more people to play Ouya games, most recently by launching (and quickly closing) an "all you can eat" subscription program.



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