Despite having more than 30 years behind them, SEGA's classic games never go out of fashion. Titles of the likes of Sonic, Ghosts'n Goblins or this Altered Beast still offer us plenty of fun and the possibility to spend great moments with genres that adapt perfectly to mobile devices.
And the good news is that we can forget about having to download ROMs to emulate them, jailbreaking our device or anything else because the legendary Japanese video game company has released its SEGA Forever collection where we can find games such as the above-mentioned Altered Beast for iPhone and iPad.
One of the classic beat'em ups
This video game genre became tremendously popular in the 80s' on video consoles and arcade machines. It's a kind of arcade game in which the main character advances along the scenario facing up against loads of enemies that they have to kill with more or less effort. Games of the likes of Shinobi, Double Dragon or Streets of Rage or some of the most noteworthy ones.
And this one is also one of the most representative titles with a plot that places the action in Ancient Greece and its mythology. Our mission is to rescue Athena, Zeus' daughter, from her captors. And for such purpose, we'll have to face up against all sorts of undead and other beings from the Hades that will try to stop us.
- Five levels with different scenarios, enemies, and final bosses.
- Transform into different beasts such as dragons, tigers, wolves or bears.
- Earn power-ups that boost your strength and attacks.
- Run the codes from the original game.
- Play online without requiring an Internet connection.
- Compatible with wireless gamepads.
Throughout different levels will face up against all sorts of enemies, including final bosses just like in the classic arcade games in which you have to hit out at anything that moves.
This game has been released for Android and iPhone within the SEGA Forever collection, although you can also download it to your PC. So, if you want to play on Windows, there's no need to download its APK and get messy with an emulator of the likes of BlueStacks.