OUYA Kickstarter Closes at 8.5-Million Dollars, Meets Funding Goal

Posted by | August 9, 2012

Given that funding goal was less than a million, they did pretty well. The OUYA is an Android-based video game console system designed to run games downloaded from the internet, playing them on a television. There’s also something about open hardware that users can play around with, but the big deal is that the internet really, really wants this thing. The OUYA Kickstarter has proved itself among the most successful projects on the crowd-funding site, and has managed to enlist an impressive roster of backers and designers who are ready to support the console system. This might be the real deal. Kickstarter has the story.

1 Comment so far
  1. Nelson Williams
    August 9, 2012 9:56 am

    This Kickstarter thing seems to be doing its job, bringing to life what people want. People really want this OUYA console. I didn’t know Android games were so popular. Either way, the OUYA folks look like they’re getting some big names lined up behind them, so it will be interesting to see what they can do with all that cash.

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