Beyond Oasis Classic – Race in mini games to give you even stronger power ups

[Game] Beyond Oasis Classic

Beyond Oasis Classic  The sprawling, lavish, action RPG Beyond Oasis is now available on mobile! Play free and rediscover SEGA’s timeless adventure.

Embark on a timeless journey of discovery and adventure in one of SEGA’s most epic action RPGs. Summon elemental spirits with the power of a magical ‘Armlet’ to battle an ancient evil that has risen in your land. From mountain fortresses to the dark shadow lands, danger and adventure await at every turn…

Beyond Oasis joins the ever-increasing line-up of ‘SEGA Forever’, a treasure trove of free SEGA console classics brought to life on mobile for the first time!

FEATURES

Four elemental spirits to discover, each with their own powers to aid your quest
Gigantic bosses, from rock monsters to ferocious red dragons
Encounter ogres, zombies, wizards and more, in a world crammed with fantastical creatures
Discover rare and valuable secret weapons to give you the upper hand in combat!
Race in mini games to give you even stronger power ups!

MOBILE GAME FEATURES
PLAY FREE with ad-support or ad-free via In-App Purchase
SAVE YOUR GAMES – save your progress at any point in the game.
CONTROLLER SUPPORT: HID compatible controllers

RETRO REVIEWS
Definitely one of the best adventure games ever! [97%] – EvilLights, Diehard GameFan Vol. 3 Issue #3 (March 1995)
Sets new standards in Mega Drive adventures. [93%] – Gus Swan, Mean Machines SEGA #29 (March 1995)
An action-packed isometric hacking death-a-thon, and one of the most original action games to date. [89%] – Rad Automatic, Computer & Video Games #160 (March 1995)

BEYOND OASIS TRIVIA
Look out for the Omega Sword, Atomic Bow, and Hyper Bomb – these are the three strongest weapons in the game.
Near Enemy Camp, there’s a secret race track. Finish the race in under 1 minute and 10 seconds and be rewarded with a Fire Bow!
A prequel was released in 1996 called ‘The Legend Of Oasis’ and told the story of the creation of your ‘Armlet’ weapon

BEYOND OASIS HISTORY
Originally released in Japan in 1994
Developed by: Ancient
Designer: Kataru Uchimura
Composer: Yuzo Koshiro

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Game apps are ad-supported and no in-app purchases are required to progress; ad-free play option available with in-app purchase.

This game may include “Interest Based Ads” (please see www.sega.com/mprivacy#3IBADiscolure for more information)​ and may collect “Precise Location Data” ​(please see www.sega.com/mprivacy#5LocationDataDisclosure ​for more information)​

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Beyond Oasis Classic user reviews :

Pretty fun game that takes you back to the good ol’ days. A little difficult to use the D-pad on the screen that can get somewhat annoying, especially during boss fights where you need to be more precise but after you get the hang of it, it’s manageable. You only have to watch adds when you want to use the save feature so no annoying interruptions in the middle of playing. All in all, pretty good platform crossover.

I love it but can’t sign to save and therefore I always start the game all over again. If this is not fixed I will stop playing and uninstall it

A good game! What is it? Some kind of brawler, loosely comparable to Streets of Rage; you look down on the scene and beat others up, you can roam the entire world, although not everything may be easily accessible. No deep story, but it is alright for what it is. In addition there is the armlet with its spirits and useable weapons that break. There are secrets and challenges, even a secret weapon that does not break.

had never played this one until this port. Personally from what I can tell it is a solid port with amazing visuals, music, and the touch screen controls (which I am still forced to use) are serviceable after adjusting. I however had hoped that with this being a proper port the in game save would, you know, save. However it did not. I don’t know if this is an oversight or if it is just something to force me to have to watch an ad to save via cloud. Which in its self is a problem seeing as it barely signs in as it is. Apart from the tedium that is saving and forcing me to sign in without paying I love what I have played

This game would be great. The only problem is the controls. And this is were it gets annoying my controller won’t work. And I know sega isn’t going to fix it which is a disappointment.

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