Social cloud gaming service Hatch has teamed up with Sega to bring a selection of its games catalogue to mobile.
The first titles include Sonic Jump, Sonic 4 Episode 2, Sonic CD, Crazy Taxi and Virtua Tennis.
The Finnish streaming company has previously partnered with other games developers recently to bring titles such as Bandai Namco’s Pac-Man CE DX and Ubisoft’s Rayman Fiesta Run to the service.
A beta for Hatch is currently out on Google Play in 17 countries within Europe and is free, although users that pay a fee can enjoy additional features such as ad removal.
“We are excited to be part of Hatch’s pioneering effort to deliver entertainment in a new and frictionless way,” said Sega Networks COO Naoki Kameda.
“With Hatch, we see an excellent opportunity to allow players to engage with five of our classic games in a new way.”
Hatch CEO Juhani Honkala added: “Sega is a gaming industry legend that stands for the highest level of passion and creativity, setting new standards in interactive entertainment. We are thrilled to welcome Sega to the Hatch family.”