Solus Games has posted a gameplay video of Funky Punch, an upcoming fighting game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. According to the developer:

FUNKY PUNCH is a amazingly accessible, uniquely entertaining, and surprisingly challenging fighting game that mixes old and new for a truly unique fighting experience.

The gameplay video (embedded below) shows off training and fighting. Controls are implemented with virtual buttons on the screen. No word on release date:

[via iPodTouchFans]

  • Mac Spec

    Interesting game. I question the use of the on-screen d-pad to make game selections. That's like imagining a virtual click-wheel on a touch-screen iPod. Why not just make those items selectable via direct touch. Otherwise, looks interesting and fun!

  • Mac Spec

    Interesting game. I question the use of the on-screen d-pad to make game selections. That's like imagining a virtual click-wheel on a touch-screen iPod. Why not just make those items selectable via direct touch. Otherwise, looks interesting and fun!

  • Omar

    I don't see this in the app store, is it out yet?

  • Omar

    I don't see this in the app store, is it out yet?

  • arn

    not out yet.

  • arn

    not out yet.

  • Phil

    does anybody know when this is coming out?

  • Phil

    does anybody know when this is coming out?

  • http://www.chuckssmith.de Chuck Smith

    I completely agree with Mac Spec. Seems strange to see a D-Pad for the menu when you have a touch screen. Hopefully they'll change this before launch. This game looks like an ideal candidate for the iControlPad!

  • http://www.chuckssmith.de Chuck Smith

    I completely agree with Mac Spec. Seems strange to see a D-Pad for the menu when you have a touch screen. Hopefully they'll change this before launch. This game looks like an ideal candidate for the iControlPad!

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  • brennen

    Responding to mac spec and chuck, I think the developer made the controls on the home screen the way they were to gibe it a kind of classic console fighting game feeling.
    This game also needs to add multiplayer over a wifi network.

  • brennen

    Responding to mac spec and chuck, I think the developer made the controls on the home screen the way they were to gibe it a kind of classic console fighting game feeling.
    This game also needs to add multiplayer over a wifi network.

  • http://iPodTouchScene.com iPodTouchScene.com

    Looks awesome, can't wait to try it!

  • http://iPodTouchScene.com iPodTouchScene.com

    Looks awesome, can't wait to try it!