With more than 28 titles on the Google Play Store, Sega has done a pretty great job of introducing a variety of casual or even Dreamcast ports to Android gamers. If we had to guess, we’d bet Sonic the Hedgehog exists in some form or another on your device.
If you’ve been looking to build up your collection, you might want to do it fast. Sega announced today that they’ll be removing a handful of select titles that no longer meet their “standards.” They didn’t specify exactly which titles, only that the removal span across app stores like Google Play, Amazon Appstore, Samsung app store, and the Apple App Store.
They did mention that the games could always make a return in the future in an “updated form,” so nothing is set in stone. Also, any titles you’ve already download/paid for will still be available to you even after they’re removed, that is until they’re no longer compatible with a future Android version or new hardware.
Since we don’t know which titles could possibly be taken down forever, you just might have to download all of them or miss out on some of Sega’s classics.