Transgaming announced that they would be delivering Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords to the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords for the iPhone and iPod Touch portable devices builds on an existing relationship between TransGaming and D3Publisher. "The iPhone and iPod Touch are natural extensions to TransGaming's existing Mac business and we are focused on bringing only the highest quality content to these devices. Puzzle Quest is an outstanding franchise and we have no doubt this game will have incredible appeal to a broad range of gamers", commented Vikas Gupta, CEO & President of TransGaming. "We have established a leadership position in bringing top tier games to Mac and we are now setting our sights on the Apple mobile market opportunity."

Puzzle Quest combines elements of a role-playing game with puzzle mechanics.

The game was originally published for the Nintendo DS and PSP in early 2007 and was well very well received.

Embedded is a commercial for the PSP version:

Thanks Adam and Ross

  • Oliver

    This would be great. I liked this game on the DS, but it was a little bit too repetive. There is (or will be) a successor based in spaced, which looks more promising. I hope, they will release this as well for the iPhone.

  • Fokion

    I want this now. If I could pay in advance, I would.

  • Oliver

    BTW: Puzzle Quest may look similar to Aurora Feint, but goes way beyond it, because with your puzzle combinations you plan your attacks. And of course you have more of a storyline :). Hopefully the iPhone version goes more into the direction of the PSP version than the DS version.

  • shad0w59

    f yeah

  • Bruno

    WOW! This is awesome... I've already got it on the PC, on the XBOX, on my PSP... it's one of the most addictive games I've ever played!

  • Pug

    Have so been looking forward for this...

  • bobcat

    Please take out Dugog - can't stand that bastard

  • transer

    I just hope this is more stable than the OS X version...I've never had an app crash so much. Was fun when it worked, though