We’ve already talked all your ears off about the SEGA Forever initiative: a line of classics from yesterday and today from the Japanese company, that we can now find for free on Android. While there are already plenty of games available (Sonic the Hedgehog, Dynamite Headdy, Shining Force, etc.), the truth is that there are still so many games in the SEGA catalog that we think are are worth bring to Android. We know that the vast library of the company that brought us Sonic could provide us with enough games to create an enormous wish list of games. That’s why we’ve narrowed down the selection to five games that need to appear on Android through the SEGA Forever initiative. 

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The musical adventures of Ulala deserve to have representation on mobile devices. It’s a title that would adapt perfectly to the medium thanks to its simple controls and it would also bring some funk to Android. The gem from Tetsuya Mizuguchi has two installments, with the second being a port for Windows, Xbox360 and PlayStation 3. This is worth mentioning since many of the SEGA Forever games have representation in these formats.

We like to give Android rhythm games some love every chance we get, so here you have a few examples that you don’t want to miss.


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