As we announced a few weeks ago, SEGA has launched a pack of free games for Android under the name SEGA Forever, which sought to bring the best classics developed by the company throughout its history, Android smartphone users and iOS.
Although the availability of these games was initially limited, and only a few titles were available, today a new member has been added to this collection: Virtua Tennis Challenge, which can now be downloaded free from Google Play.
Virtua Tennis Challenge is now free on Android
Although the game was already available on Google Play since 2012, as they claim from Vandal, now, thanks to the SEGA Forever collection can be downloaded without having to pay a single euro, but that yes, with advertising.
If we look back, we will remember that, so far, the only titles available in this game pack were Sonic: The Hedgehog, Altered Beast, Phantasy Star II, Kid Chameleon and Comix Zone. Now it is the popular tennis game launched for the first time in the year 2000 for the console DreamCast, which adds to this pack.
Although it is the original version of the adapted game, like the other titles of SEGA Forever, the controls of Virtua Tennis Challenge is perfectly suited to the touch screens of our smartphones. However, it is possible to play with a remote controller without the significant problem.
The game can be downloaded from today for free on Google Play from the link we offer in these lines. Even if it is free, it will be possible to make a payment of 2.29 euros to make disappear all the publicity of the application. For their part, those who already paid for the game at the time will be able to download it for free, and will not see any advertisement.