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The Ouya, stylized as OUYA, is a video game console running its own version of the Android operating system. Over 1224 games are currently available to play on the system. Its software assets were sold to Razer Inc., who announced the discontinuation of the Ouya console in July 2015.

Company History

Julie Uhrman, a game industry veteran, founded the project in 2012. She brought in designer Yves Béhar to collaborate on the design of the project, and Muffi Ghadiali as product manager to put together the engineering team. Development was funded via Kickstarter, raising $8.5 million and becoming the website's second-highest-earning project in its history. Units started to ship to Kickstarter backers on March 28, 2013. After some delay the console was released to the general public on June 25, 2013 but still many backers of the Kickstarter campaign have not received their consoles or the extra controllers.


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