Mobile version of EVE Online demoed for smartphones and tablets

No longer satisfied with completely absorbing the lives of its spacefaring businessmen via their personal computers, CCP Games recently demonstrated a simpler version of its MMO EVE Online that runs on Tegra 2-powered tablets and smartphones. CCP Chief Technology Officer Halldor Fannar explained that the application -- which was given absolutely no release details whatsoever -- could be used for "doing market transactions, managing your skill queue and, for instance, fitting your spaceship."

Wait, there's more to EVE Online than those things? Here we just thought it was a game about interstellar business mergers and hypergalactic corporate greed. You know: stuff like that seems like a pretty natural fit on a thing that could easily fit in the pocket of a tailored pair of business pants.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.