Ristar Classic

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.1
15.5K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Travel the galaxy in SEGA’s classic platformer Ristar, now available on mobile. Play free and rediscover this SEGA gem!

Galactic tyrant Kaiser Greedy has enslaved the Valdi star system. Leaders of every planet have been brainwashed, and only you, Ristar, can free them. Use Ristar’s extendable limbs to swing, climb, grapple and grab your way across six planets and end Greedy’s grip on the galaxy!

Ristar joins the SEGA Forever classic games collection, a treasure trove of free SEGA console classics brought to life on mobile for the first time!

FEATURES
- Six planets to rescue, spanning every corner of the galaxy.
- Use Ristar’s extendable arms to smash, grab, and grapple Greedy’s minions
- Battle unique bosses across all six planets
- Grab enemies to destroy them or use them to pivot through a level
- Perform ‘shooting star’ attacks to kill multiple enemies at once!

SEGA FOREVER FEATURES
- PLAY FREE
- SAVE YOUR GAME PROGRESS
- OFFLINE PLAY
- GAMES RELEASED EVERY MONTH
- DOWNLOAD THEM ALL
- CONTROLLER SUPPORT - HID compatible controllers


RISTAR TRIVIA
- Ristar was originally intended to be a rabbit with extendible ears
- The working titles for the game included ‘Dexstar’ and ‘Feel’
- The soundtrack was provided by Tomoko Sasaki, the composer of NiGHTS into Dreams...

RISTAR HISTORY
- The game was originally released in 1995
- Developed by: SEGA
- Designer: Takumi Miyake
- Lead Artist: Yuji Uekawa

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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 http://www.sega.com/mprivacy#3IBADiscolure for more information)​ and may collect "Precise Location Data" ​(please see http://www.sega.com/mprivacy#5LocationDataDisclosure ​for more information)​.

© SEGA. All rights reserved. SEGA, the SEGA logo, Ristar, SEGA Forever and the SEGA Forever logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. or its affiliates.
Updated on
Jan 18, 2021

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4.1
15.5K reviews
mortified penguin
December 16, 2021
Ristar is a great game, excellent platformer, and a lot of fun. I've beaten it several times in the past, including all the bonus areas. That said, this port can be unbearable at times due to the touch screen controls. The issue is Ristar requires the use of two buttons, all eight directions on the D-pad, and serious dexterity. You will get hit and die. A lot. And it will be incredibly frustrating. Do yourself a favor and play this game with an actual controller.
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blueblur98
December 3, 2020
Nothing short of a platforming classic. A great example of how an engaging moveset can go a long way for interesting and fresh level design. The vibrant and colorful graphics still hold up well, and the bouncy and memorable soundtrack is still a joy to the ears. Touch controls don't go super well with it, so I'd recommend picking up an Android compatible controller or playing it on one of the several SEGA Genesis collection titles it's been included on over the years, but still, this is great.
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A Google user
February 1, 2020
It does recognize a handheld controller, but the moment you start the game itself, it recognizes button inputs like a, b , and c. Not the d-pad, or control stick. I like the feed back a controller provides rather than the flat lifeless surface of a touch screen button. Other than that. It's Ristar. What's more to enjoy than good platforming?
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Bug fixes and refinements