FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Epic space MMORPG now smaller, harder to read! MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, December 20th 2011. Independent game developer Guild Software, Inc has officially released Vendetta Online for Android phones. The long-running PC MMORPG first debuted on the platform back in March, when launched exclusively for the Motorola Xoom and other tablets. Thanks to new support for many Android-based phones and handsets, the same action-packed experience downloaded by over a hundred thousand tablet owners has been distilled into an even more mobile package. An all-new "condensed" user interface allows easy menu navigation, even on smaller screens. Other requested features, such as joystick support and integrated voice chat, help to round out the mobile release and bring the same features to the Android version that players have been enjoying for years on the Mac, Windows and Linux versions of the game. "We're thrilled to see Vendetta Online join the world of handset gaming," commented John Bergman, CEO of Guild Software "Thanks to our single universe, players can easily transition from their powerful gaming PCs to their phones or tablets when out of the house, picking their game up where they left off. This has been a great opportunity to witness the evolution of social and online gaming, and the incorporation of mobile into a traditionally PC segment." Vendetta Online is supported on Android handsets based on NVIDIA Tegra(tm) and Qualcomm Snapdragon(tm) processors, as well as the PowerVR SGX family of GPUs. Android 2.2 (Froyo) or better is also required. For more specific device requirements, see the "Vendetta Online" app description on the Android Market. For those without Market access, an official sideload install is also available on the Android Forum of the Vendetta Online website. About Guild Software, Inc Guild Software is an award-winning independent game developer based in Milwaukee, WI. Founded in 1998, the company has continually pursued the cutting edge in large-scale multiplayer environments. Developing a completely proprietary MMO engine from scratch, these efforts culminated in the 2002 public alpha debut and 2004 multi-platform retail launch of Vendetta Online(tm). Guild Software continues to expand upon Vendetta Online, using the title to further both the game and the NAOS Engine on which it is based, striving towards the next generation in unbounded, evolving worlds. To learn more, visit us at www.guildsoftware.com .