Shadowrun Online coming to Ouya, Linux

New video released explaining gameplay systems.

August 2, 2012 / 11:23 AM EDT / (@salromano)

Shadowrun Online, Cliffhanger Productions’ Kickstarter-funded turn-based online RPG for PC, smartphones, and tablets, is adding two more platforms to its release schedule: its Kickstarter cousin Ouya, and Linux-based systems.

“Adding these platforms will make Shadowrun an even better cross-platform experience! We are very happy to be able to add Linux, which has a dedicated following amongst gamers, and connect all our players into one base,” said Michael Peck, co-founder of Cliffhanger Productions.

“You can now easily play the game on your tablet, switch to your desktop PC and then later enjoy it on your Ouya-connected TV – without ever having to switch your account or character or suffer from restrictions based on your device! One of the advantages of our fluent turn-based system is the ability to engage in a multiplayer session with or against others without the usual frustrations when different players have different connection or input speeds!”

Additionally, Cliffhanger has released a new video explaining gameplay systems in Shadowrun Online. Watch it below. And if you’re interested in Shadowrun Online and want to fund the project, visit the game’s Kickstarer here.

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  • Fez

    man my investment in ouya is so paying off!
    cant wait for my console in march

  • KingOptimusOrigins111

    Really interested with OUYA.