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With over 706 games already available on the Ouya, the little console that could has shared with the public a sneak peak of their upcoming indie games coming to their console with  a grand total of 11 titles. These titles should be ready to play during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco starting tomorrow from March 17th-21st and boy these are some games worthy to play and eventually purchase.

Ouya on their official website stated:

 “Many of the developers themselves will be at our booth too, so if you’re interested in getting hands-on with any of these games, check us out on the show floor at BOOTH 316.”

(excerpt for Ryan Green and Josh Larson of That Dragon, Cancer)

Below you will find Youtube videos containing trailers for all the indie games available.

  • TOTO TEMPLE DELUXE — Juicy Beast
  • DUCK GAME — Landon Podbielski
  • THAT DRAGON, CANCER —Ryan Green and Josh Larson
  • CASCADE — Fayju
  • REAGAN GORBACHEV — Team2Bit
  • LAZA KNITEZ!! — Glitchnap
  • NEVERENDING NIGHTMARES — Infinitap Games
  • THRALLED – Thralled Team
  • BROKEN AGE — Double Fine
  • WHISPERING WILLOWS — Night Light Interactive
  • KNIGHT & DAMSEL – MK Ultra Games

MK Ultra Games didn’t get their trailer produced in time for this press release so they stated;

“We’re the only team who didn’t manage to get a trailer together apparently, but we’re proud to show off the new Knight and Damsel logo. Expect to see a lot more of the game soon!”

So, here is a description of the game along with the games logo for visual effect…

Knight & Damsel

Not every damsel is actually in distress, and not every knight is good at rescuing! This clever and innovative 2D side-scroller from MK-ULTRA Games pits two players in a split-screen race to rescue the other from danger. While a knight journeys toward an evil castle to save a damsel in distress, said damsel escapes from said castle and heads the other way. Who will rescue who? Find out by playing the game’s first demo at GDC before the game launches exclusively on OUYA this summer.

So, if you haven’t already and are in the the San Francisco area and plan on spending a hefty price tag on the passes, you should hop on over to GDC 2014 website and score them before they all are all sold out. If you already have your passes please make sure to stop past Booth 316 to experience the power o the Ouya. I’m sure you will be pleasantly surprised.