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Background: The Ouya was an Android microconsole that began development by Julie Uhrman, Yves Behar and Muffi Ghadiali in 2012. It was funded via Kickstarter and became the second-highest-earning project in its history, gaining $8.5 million. Units shipped to Kickstarter funders in 2013. However, after release, the Ouya was shot down with negative comments over its lag, poor build quality, connectivity issues, and many more problems. The failure of the console led to it being discontinued only 2 years after it was officially released.

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Logo: On a black background, TBA.

FX/SFX: The forming of the logo.

Variant: There is a version in full color for Kickstarter editions.

Music/Sounds: A warbling pose, then a chanting voice.

Availability: Seen when a Ouya is turned on.

Editor's Note: None.