Well, almost. A project headed by Robert Pelloni, the nD is a new handheld gaming console "designed from the ground up to be as fair as possible to all involved- gamers and developers alike." According to the system's website, there are two games confirmed to be in development for the nD- the infamous "bob's game" and a puzzle game called Greyout.
While there's no set release date, once the nD has launched you'll be able to order it directly from the nD website or a third party's website, preloaded with the third party's game. The nD will also be sold in stores with games preloaded onto it.
The nD's Game Store is being worked on by industry professionals from Silicon Valley. To develop a game for the nD, you simply need to download the SDK and create an account to pledge your game.
This kind of sounds really dumb. But only because it involves Bob's Game, and I think that guy has a lot of issues he needs to work out before he can try to be connected to something that is all about fairness and good vibes and all of that jazz.
It's a good idea in theory... I don't know how many people will buy into it other than the artsy indie community. IF bob's game actually gets released I'll probably buy one just so I can finally play it.