However, there’s great news today for all of those who were shunned away when the first came to fruition on the platform. Specifically, Sonic 4 Episode II is now available to download on all Android devices – so you don’t need to have a Tegra 3 device anymore to experience it. Sega announced the great news today that the game is now playable on all Android devices, which can be purchased through Google Play.
For a mobile game, the $6.99 cost attached to Sonic 4 Episode II might still be perceived to be a premium by most gamers, but nevertheless, it’s a quality game made by a reputable veteran in the gaming sphere. And on top of that, it brings along all of the classic gameplay of all the Sonic games during the 16-bit heyday. So why not give it a shot and relive the classic style of Sonic games from long ago?
source: Google Play via Android Central