Home News From The 'Verse Gaming Classic SEGA game BEYOND OASIS joins SEGA Forever mobile collection

SEGA announced the next game to join their SEGA FOREVER collection would be the classic BEYOND OASIS. The game was originally released in 1994 for the SEGA Genesis system and will join their mobile (iOS/Android) collection of games. Some of the other games available as part of the SEGA Forever collection include SPACE HARRIER IIGOLDEN AXE, and more.

More details are below courtesy of SEGA, along with screens and artwork.

 

STRAP ON YOUR GOLD ARMLET, IT’S SOUL SUMMONING TIME

Beyond Oasis Joins the SEGA Forever Collection

Ali, I am calling to you. Please pick me up… Today Beyond Oasis* joins SEGA Forever, a growing collection of classic SEGA games from every console era that are free-to-play (with ad support) for mobile devices. All games in the SEGA Forever collection are available to download for free from the App Store for iPhone and iPad or Google Play Store for Android devices. Players who want to experience the games without ads can remove them for a one-time in-app purchase priced at $1.99/ €2.29 / £1.99.

Beyond Oasis is an action role playing game that garnered critical acclaim for its vast game world and strong plot twists when it was originally published in 1994 for the SEGA Genesis (Mega Drive)*. Players battle enemies as protagonist Prince Ali, who has uncovered an ancient gold armlet and is on a mission to save the world from the evil wielder of a silver armlet. Like the rest of the SEGA Forever collection, Beyond Oasis boasts added features like leaderboards, cloud saves, and controller support.

Download Beyond Oasis now!

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*Beyond Oasis was released as The Story of Thor: A Successor of The Light in Europe
*Beyond Oasis was released in Japan in 1994, with other regions following in 1995

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