It didn't break the record for amount (That goes to the Pebble
.) or the most percentage, but it topped the Games division in Kickstarter. OUYA
has finished its Kickstarter campaign
with just shy of $8.6 million. That's a whopping 904% of what they were asking for.
To compare, Double Fine's much publicized venture
into video game funding using Kickstarter netted 834% of what they were asking for.
So where does OUYA go now? Well, they have to get the product out to market now, of course. Developers who opted for the $699 tier and up are expected to get one in December, while the rest of the folks should get it in March. Now, that's barring any delays and I expect there to be some, just because that's how things seem to go these days.