The SEGA Forever classics collection is the best thing that has happened to the gaming sector in smartphones in recent months. Thanks to the popular developer of video games and consoles, Android users can enjoy some of their best titles for free, in exchange for seeing another ad.
Now, after adding two iconic titles in the company’s history, such as Virtua Tennis Challenge, and more recently, The Revenge of Shinobi, another SEGA classic comes totally free to Android: Ristar.
Ristar, the last classic of SEGA that arrive free to Android
This title, which first appeared in 1995, puts us in the shoes of the shooting star who shares name with the title of the game, and our mission is to explore 6 different planets, each with its different enemies and final bosses, In order to free the leaders of each of them, enslaved by an evil galactic tyrant named Greedy.
The game, like the other titles that are part of SEGA Forever, is a version adapted to mobile, with intuitive controls and compatible with external controllers. In addition, this adaptation has exclusive features such as the possibility of playing without staying connected to the Internet, and the ability to save games in the cloud to resume the game where we left.
Alongside this renewed classic, we can already find in Google Play other SEGA titles such as The Revenge of Shinobi, Virtua Tennis Challenge, Sonic The Hedhehog, Altered Beast, Phantasy Star II, Kid Chameleon and Comix Zone.
Ristar can now be completely downloaded for free from the Google Play Store. The game shows ads in some parts of the menu, although it will be possible to delete them through a single payment of 2.99 euros.