THE REVENGE OF SHINOBI IS A DISH NOW SERVED ON MOBILE Another classic joins SEGA Forever
Neo Zeed has (once again) returned…. as The Revenge of Shinobi, today joins the SEGA Forever collection as a free-to-play mobile title with ad support. Those who are up to the challenge can now download the game released by SEGA Networks Inc., for free from the App Store for iPhone and iPad and Google Play Store for Android devices.
Developed in 1989 with an original soundtrack by Yuzo Koshiro, this faithful emulation of the classic side-scrolling platformer lets players port back to the golden age of SEGA’s console games on a quest to get revenge and save protagonist Joe Musashi’s bride – you’re her only hope!
With added features including leaderboards, cloud saves, and controller support, The Revenge of Shinobi is the latest game to join SEGA Forever, a growing collection of classic SEGA titles from every console era that are available free-to-play (with ad support) for mobile devices. Additionally, players who wish to experience the games without ads can remove them for a one-time in app purchase priced at $1.99.
Stay tuned for more retro gaming goodness to come soon as the SEGA Forever collection continues to grow!
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About SEGA Networks Inc., SEGA Game Co., Ltd.’s mobile division in the West:
SEGA Game Co., Ltd.’s mobile division in the West has its headquarters based in San Francisco with dedicated studios across North America and the UK. Focused on creating fun, compelling and engaging games, SEGA’s games feature iconic intellectual property as well as original innovative content for mobile and tablet devices. Since 2008, it has been a leader in the smartphone and tablet space and continues to be at the forefront of mobile gaming. SEGA Networks Inc.’s internal mobile development studios include Hardlight and Demiurge Studios. For more information, visit www.mobile.sega.com.