Sonic The Hedgehog - naturally - is the first game to be made available for free, with Comix Zone, Phantasy Star and Altered Beast also being made available.
Sega has begun releasing mobile versions of classic titles from its vast catalogue of games with the arrival of the first five games in its Sega Forever service. Sega Forever is available now for both iOS and Android for free, with players having the option to turn off advertising forever with a $1.99 in-app purchase.
Fans of the game have been taking to social media commenting on the release of these classic games.
While the games is free, the company will still make money, as it plans to get some revenue through short adverts that play before you start a game. You can go download the app now and there will be a new game every two weeks, not including the five titles already mentioned. It's certainly a better solution than selling every game for a couple of dollars, and there are many ways to pay for and play these games anyway.
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A few new features bring in some modern tech to enhance these games, including online leaderboard and cloud saves.
The slow roll-out of the games gives SEGA enough time to adapt them to mobile devices. Additionally, you can find the games directly on the Google Play store. Are you planning to play the Forever series on your mobile or tablet?
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The move by Sega comes after gamer nostalgia reached new highs in 2016 with the launches of 'Pokemon GO' in July and 'Super Mario Run' in December. Let us know in our discussions and join us on Discord, on our Facebook page, or Twitter!
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