Digital board game Armello is coming to iPhone and iPad as a free-to-play title later this year.

The engaging strategy title was originally announced for iPad back in 2011, and versions for iPad, Android and PC were crowdfunded in 2014.

However, the game has only been released on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 so far.

According to developer League of Geeks, the iOS version will come with all of the content that's been pushed to the other platforms.

"The DLC will be available in some form or another on launch!" the studio tweeted.

It's not yet clear how microtransactions will work with the game, but we do know that (unsurprisingly) there won't be crossplay between PC and iOS.

An Android version is slated for release next year.

Armello turned two on September 1, and has expanded substantially since its debut.

Last month its latest update on PC, version 1.9 ("From Below"), added new sets of dice, a new level cap, new world textures and effects, three new cards, and more to the game.

We enjoyed Armello a lot at its release in 2015.

"A slower-paced wee gem that not only invents a pretty decent board game out of nothing, but also generally maximises the advantages of making that board game a digital one, Armello is a lovingly crafted debut that hints at good things to come for League of Geeks," wrote Gameplanet's Ben Allan at the time.

Here's touch arcade with a preview of the iOS version at PAX: