The developers of Android-based gaming console, Ouya have said that they have tied up with online gaming firm OnLive for offering its games on the platform.
Los Angeles-based Ouya said that games form OnLive will be available at launch and the partnership is part of the company’s commitment offer the best games on the platform. Ouya will allow the users to begin a game in the console and then continue it up on the PC, smartphone, or tablet.
Bruce Grove, general manager of Ouya said, “We are pleased to announce that OnLive will be available on Ouya at launch, extending and building on our commitment to make the best games available to everyone, everywhere.”
OnLive will provide on-demand access to the games from more than 80 publishers after the Ouya console is launched to the customers. It will also offer 30-minute demos for nearly every game from its library.
The company, which had secured more than $5 million in funding from Kickstarter, said that the campaign at Kickstarter was aimed at developing Android-powered video game console that offers free-to-play titles that would be priced below $ 100. The initial plans were to raise about $950,000 in 30 days but the amount exceeded $1 million on the first day and has now crossed $5.6 million with 12 more days of the raising.