In fact, Sega is going to be stepping up things a bit this time around as they plan to release Sonic CD – a game that’s getting some much-needed updates to better fit the needs of mobile games. In addition to the usual gaming consoles, Sega plans to make it available with Windows Phone, Android, and iOS – so whatever smartphone you’re using, you can expect to see it.
Currently, the game is still in the development stage and is possibly on track for a release sometime this year. Some of the new improvements coming along for the ride include full widescreen support (since the original was in 4:3), the in-game music will be at loop during gameplay (as opposed to stopping at the end), and the option to select the type of spin-dash techniques and physics.
So if you were unable to experience the original title, you’ll soon have the opportunity of checking it out in full glory in the near future.