Indian telecommunications giant Reliance Jio teamed up with Japanese game company SEGA (Sonic)to bring new games to the Jio Games Store.
As a result of the cooperation, Jio will soon introduce two popular SEGA games Sonic Hedgehog 2nd and Streets of Rage 3rd to its platform.
Jio Games To add Sonic Hedgehog 2, Streets of Rage 3 for Jio Phones Users.
Jio Games is currently available on Jio TV and Google Play Store. The partnership allows users to play these two games on smartphones, tablets, and TVs through Jio TV. Initially, JioFiber users will have access to Sonic Hedgehog 2 and Streets of Rage 3 games, many of them. Sonic Hedgehog 2 is a classic SEGA game released in 1992.
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It is worth noting that it was one of the most popular games at the time. The game prevents Dr. Robotnik stole the Chaos Emerald to power the “Death Egg” space station. If we talk about another name for the game, “Angry Street 3”, it was released for SEGA Genesis in 1994.
SEGA’s Sonic Hedgehog 2 Classic and Streets of Rage 2 Classic are currently available on Android and iOS platforms. There are currently no plans to release the graphics and game details of Jio Games’ Sonic Hedgehog 2 Classic and Streets of Rage 3.
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How to use Jio Games?
In particular, Jio Games is a platform that allows users to play hundreds of games without having to install each game separately. All you have to do is install the JioGames app from the Google Play store on your device. Once they open the app, a list of games is displayed, and they must click on each game they want to play to enjoy the game immediately.
Using the JioGames platform, you do not need to separately install games that take up the internal storage space of your phone. All you have to do is install the JioGames application. Now that the above SEGA games have been provided to Jio Games, all you need to do is to open the “Games” application and start playing these games directly from the platform.
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