Ok, this is a little complex, but I did manage to get this working on iOS.
Wait, wait, before you go bananas, realize that this isn't an ideal situation, but it does work.
First, you need to get Wasteland! Duh! Here's the abandonia link to the PC version that you can download for free (http://www.abandonia.com/en/games/436/Wasteland.html
). Then get it running via DOSBox (http://www.dosbox.com/
). Set your DOSBox preferences so that the upscaling will make Wasteland take up most of your screen at 1024x768 (3x works well).
Now, you're going to need to buy SplashTop Remote (http://www.splashtop.com/remote
) for your phone. I picked it up for a cool 99 cents. It's really useful for all kinds of stuff, and is worth the buck. It works passingly well for this too.
Got that installed? Good.
Next, install Splashtop Streamer (http://www.splashtop.com/streamer/download?from=remotedesktop
) on the PC that is running Wasteland in DOSBox.
Set up Splashtop Streamer with your google login info so that you can discover your PC over the internet. This is in the settings for Splashtop Streamer in your system tray.
Start Wasteland in DOSBox on your PC.
Pull out your trusty iOS phone (or Android--I don't see any reason this won't work as well for android), and pull up your PC via the SplashTop link.
Whoa! There's wasteland, running on your home PC, but you can play it on your phone via the remote connection. Now you'll see why You set the scaling so huge. You can't run in fullscreen, unfortunately, but you can get close with scaling. Wasteland for PC's mouse-enabled interface is what makes this a viable way to play the game. Just tap the map to move, and the buttons or character records to issue commands. The buttons could be larger, but you can always pinch-to-zoom if necessary.
Not an ideal setup, especially when your 3G/LTE connection isn't the best, but this is at least a way to play until somebody bites the bullet and ports the game to native iOS/Android.