SAN DIEGO, CA– December 18, 2007– mmolecule, Inc., a web-based game services company, today announced the mmolecule Guild Services Beta, scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2008, and beta promotion. mmolecule Guild Services will be the newest addition to the mmolecule.com site, which already offers a custom-built social network and seven game portals each featuring game-specific news, original articles, reviews, and dedicated forum support.
Services provided in the beta will include guild hosting, membership management, forums, raid calendar, and other tools that are essential for daily management of guilds. mmolecule will add new Guild Services features during the beta phase based on feedback provided by beta participants.
To encourage beta participation, mmolecule is offering the first 100 guilds that submit a beta application at http://www.mmolecule.com/gsbeta free access to internally developed Guild Services for as long as they are continuously hosted at mmolecule.com.
“This is a great opportunity to find out exactly what our customers want in guild services support,” said Bryce Ashey, CEO and co-founder of mmolecule.“It will significantly enhance our efforts to bring together all of the functions and features that MMO gamers want into one comprehensive game services site that’s fun and easy to use.”
In addition to adding features to its Guild Services, mmolecule plans to release patches throughout 2008 to enhance mmolecule Community Services. Its latest release of patch 1.1 earlier this month added a host of communication enhancements, including full private and public messaging support.
About mmolecule, Inc.
mmolecule, Inc., headquartered in San Diego, is a web-based game services company dedicated to enhancing the gaming experience for Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game players. The Company’s wide range of online services, including seven game portals, a customized social network, real-time news updates, original articles, and reviews, makes it a premier resource in the MMO gaming community. For more information, visit www.mmolecule.com.