And he's given $10,000 to the Kickstarter drive.
Robert Bowling has thrown his wait behind the Ouya Kickstarter campaign, announcing that his studio will give the Android console its first exclusive.
Bowling's new studio, Robotoki, is currently working on Human Element – a zombie survival game due for release in 2015 on PC, next-gen consoles and mobile devices. Today the Ouya Kickstarter page revealed that Robotoki will also make a Human Element prequel, exclusively for the new console.
Bowling also revealed that he is one of the six people who have given $10,000 to the project. This means that his username and Kickstarter backer number will be engraved on the first production run of consoles.
At the time of writing, the drive has raised $5,232,555. Ouya has been pitched as an affordable home console, based around Android and a free-to-play business model.