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#ActualKhatharr

Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:40 PM

*Looks in wikipedia*
 

(developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or $1,337 will come pre-rooted)


LMAO

Props to Google for allowing rooting without voiding the warranty. Looks like they're gearing the whole console toward indy developers. Best thing since Pandora.

Ah, it says the dev release was yesterday... Let's mosey on over to their site and have a looksie...

http://www.ouya.tv/devs/

Looks like they're just adding an additional API to the Android kit. They seem to be targeting Unity developers primarily. There's mention of Eclipse. C++ is also mentioned.

 

C# also mentioned.


#8Khatharr

Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:29 PM

*Looks in wikipedia*
 

(developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or $1,337 will come pre-rooted)


LMAO

Props to Google for allowing rooting without voiding the warranty. Looks like they're gearing the whole console toward indy developers. Best thing since Pandora.

Ah, it says the dev release was yesterday... Let's mosey on over to their site and have a looksie...

http://www.ouya.tv/devs/

Looks like they're just adding an additional API to the Android kit. They seem to be targeting Unity developers primarily. There's mention of Eclipse. C++ is also mentioned.


#7Khatharr

Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:27 PM

<p>*Looks in wikipedia*<br />
&nbsp;</p>
<blockquote class="ipsBlockquote">(developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or <strong>$1,337</strong> will come pre-rooted)</blockquote>
<p><br />
LMAO<br />
<br />
Props to Google for allowing rooting without voiding the warranty. Looks like they're gearing the whole console toward indy developers. Best thing since Pandora.</p>
<p><br />
Ah, it says the dev release was yesterday... Let's mosey on over to their site and have a looksie...</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p><a href="http://www.ouya.tv/devs/">http://www.ouya.tv/devs/</a></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Looks like they're just adding an additional API to the Android kit. They seem to be targeting Unity developers primarily. There's mention of Eclipse. C++ is also mentioned.</p>

#6Khatharr

Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:26 PM

*Looks in wikipedia*
 

(developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or $1,337 will come pre-rooted)


LMAO

Props to Google for allowing rooting without voiding the warranty. Looks like they're gearing the whole console toward indy developers. Best thing since Pandora.


Ah, it says the dev release was yesterday... Let's mosey on over to their site and have a looksie...

 

http://www.ouya.tv/devs/

 

Looks like they're just adding an additional API to the Android kit. They seem to be targeting Unity developers primarily, there's mention of Eclipse, so perhaps Java is also supported. C++ is also mentioned.


#5Khatharr

Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:17 PM

*Looks in wikipedia*
 

(developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or $1,337 will come pre-rooted)


LMAO

Props to Google for allowing rooting without voiding the warranty. Looks like they're gearing the whole console toward indy developers. Best thing since Pandora.


Ah, it says the dev release was yesterday... Let's mosey on over to their site and have a looksie...

 

http://www.ouya.tv/devs/


#4Khatharr

Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:16 PM

*Looks in wikipedia*
 

(developer models ordered during the Kickstarter campaign for $699 or $1,337 will come pre-rooted)


LMAO

Props to Google for allowing rooting without voiding the warranty. Looks like they're gearing the whole console toward indy developers. Best thing since Pandora.


Ah, it says the dev release was yesterday... Let's mosey on over to their site and have a looksie...


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