"Forget miniature golf and puzzle games, Quake is going to take mobile gaming to a whole new level," announces Paul Trowe, president, Pulse Interactive., "Quake will not only satisfy hardcore players, but also create a whole new generation of fans around the world."
Originally released as a PC game in 1996, Quake, which was once praised for it’s advanced 3D graphics, is now going to be a 3D-enabled mobile game released later this year by id Software and Pulse Interactive and developed by Naked Productions.
"Quake Mobile takes all of the action, game play, and atmosphere of the groundbreaking original and puts it right in the palm of your hands," said Todd Hollenshead, CEO, id Software. "Quake pushes the envelope of today's mobile handsets, and offers gamers a fun and addictive on-the-go entertainment experience. We're already looking forward to the first mobile deathmatch."