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Ars Technica reports that Sega will release retro games for free on iOS and Android through the new Sega Forever service.

There will also be leaderboards for players to compete against one another and Bluetooth controller support for those who want more than just their touch screen.

Classic games are often the ones nearest and dearest to gamers hearts, with their achingly familiar themes that defined the time we spent obsessing over them through our childhoods. The company says "SEGA® Forever™ is a free and growing classic games collection of almost every SEGA game ever released from every console era - Master System, Genesis/Mega Drive, Dreamcast, and more".

Sega will launch the rumored project of Sega Forever starting tomorrow.

In the end, Sega gets another incredibly viable revenue stream, larger awareness and excitement around its strongest IPs, and fans get to enjoy their nostalgia overload.

If Mario coming to mobile still doesn't satisfy your longing for yesterday's gaming heroes on your morning commute, then a raft of re-released retro titles from Sega might help get the job done.

Some of these games were already available on mobile, such as Altered Beast, Phantasy Star 2, and Sonic The Hedgehog.

Sega Networks is launching a collection of classic video games as mobile titles in a bundle that the Japanese company calls Sega Forever.

SEGA is bringing some of your favorite games to mobile in new, free-to-play formats that include ads as a way to drive revenue, support offline play and other more modern features like cloud saves.

You might have some of the Sega Forever games on your iOS or Android device, as some of them were released individually before. The selection of games can come from any of Sega's game consoles from the past, meaning everything from the Sega Master System right up through the Sega Dreamcast. Many classic titles have received mobile versions and spin-offs over the past decade, while Mega Drive game collections have been released for nearly every PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo console.

The games will feature non-intrusive ads, and this is how Sega is going to make money. The download links for the Google Play Store are below.


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