I entered it, but guess it's hard to be popular
Will tweet again, anyways!
My game is Maze-a-holic. It's a 2D game with a The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past style, which means it's a tiled world but movement isn't restricted and you can move in any direction. It will have a maze editor which will make the best of the users and their brains and customizable textures for those designers out there! Mazes will be multilayered, which means there will be some decoration like vines or grids but it will let users create some hidden passages (oh, fun!). We could say it's somehow a "sandbox" game.
Oh, one of the funny things! The game is starred by a cowboy olive! (why not?) This character is the main character in my previous Android game, and will be the main character for the next ones!
The game is already under development and is about 80% finished in its first version for Android. It will be adapted to OUYA to be controlled with the joypad, and have some special stuff only for OUYA players! So OUYA will have its own tailored version of the game.
The most important thing about the game, after the maze editor (which I bet it's the core of the game) will be its release model. Similar to Linux or Minecraft it will follow this phylosophy: "release fast and update frequently". This means the first version will have the minimal functionality, and frequent updates (fixed time, for example every 2 sundays) will be populating the game with new stuff. This stuff will go from coloured keys for coloured doors to iced floors or enemies! Even the Maze-a-holic's community will have something to say for future updates! (if any community!). One thing I can confirm: it will have achievements!
I can't show you any trailer or gameplay since I'm still using dummy textures and audio from other games, but I hope this description helps you imagine it!
I'm an IT student about to finish his studies, and I will be making this game for OUYA even if I don't get a DevKit (which will be the case, I guess). I'd want to be a game developer after all! I already pre-ordered my OUYA so it will be there ASAP (hopefully about a month after I receive it and begin developing!).
Thanks for reading everybody! Keep the great ideas coming!