Corona Labs and OUYA partner to create more opportunities for game developers on the big screen

From an action-packed arcade game to a turn-based RPG, some games look 10x more awesome on the big screen. To provide Corona developers with more distribution opportunities, we’re thrilled to announce a partnership with OUYA an innovative game console that’s made headlines for their developer-friendly approach to gaming.

Corona Geek Snippets – HID Support, Ouya, GameStick Support

During Monday’s Corona Geek Hangout we shared that Corona SDK now supports HID controllers, which means you can now target Ouya, GameStick game controller, MOGA Pro, PS 3 controller, NVIDIA Shield, along with Bluetooth keyboards and mice (all HID devices). Here’s a snippet from the Hangout where Snake Head Software Founder, Gerald Bailey, raised the important question of what do these controllers mean for mobile games. Roaming Gamer, Ed Maurina, responded with a answer that offers up some good perspective.

Corona Geek #51 – Ouya Support, Nexus 7 Tips, and 16bitLabs

During this week’s Corona Geek, we shared that Corona Simulator now has Ouya and GameStick ‘View As’ options, Corona SDK now supports all HID controllers, tips for side-loading apps on Nexus 7 and Andrea Zanetti from Italy shared his adventures as a 16 year old app developer.

Corona Geek #45 – Is NOOK Color Dead, Ouya Sells Out, Become a Corona SDK Hotshot

This week we hung out with Nevin Flanagan to discuss his new Corona SDK Hotshot book, which takes you beyond the basics of developing with a much larger look at game development concepts using Lua and Corona SDK. Nevin is credited as a contributor to the World of Warcraft user interface, so he’s been using Lua for a long time and has been using Corona SDK for the last several years. We also talked about the recent NOOK Color announcements and Ouya’s hot selling game consoles.