All five games appear are available now on the Google Play Store. IOS to be confirmed.
A new initiative by SEGA will allow players access to "nearly every SEGA game" on Android and IOS phones, as reported by Gematsu.
The service launches tomorrow, with more games releasing each month from Master System, Genesis/Mega Drive, and Dreamcast systems.
Many old games relied on password systems keep your progress, however SEGA Forever will use cloud saves. Other features include leaderboards, controller-support via bluetooth, and offline play.
There will be in-game advertisements, though users can pay $2.00 USD each game to remove the ads.
The games available at launch tomorrow will be:
Sonic the Hedgehog
Phantasy Star II
Kid Chameleon is already available on the NZ Google Play Store, which should hopefully assuage any fears the service isn't coming to our shores.