Digital Legends's hack 'n' slash iPhone game Kroll will have a version available for the Samsung H1, one of the launch handsets on the new Vodafone 360 service.
It will be the first time the game has been released for a non-Apple handset, although the developer also has a Symbian version in the works.
How do we know about the Vodafone 360 release? Well, we've just hot-footed it from Vodafone's 360 bus, which is parked in central London today for demonstrations of the new service to journalists.
Slap bang in the middle of the Home screen was an icon for Kroll - next to an icon for Gameloft's Asphalt 4. We also had a quick squizz at the 360 Shop - Vodafone's new app store - and spotted Tetris and Brain Challenge among other games.
Vodafone's marketing planning manager for internet services, Simon Ryder, told us that the operator expects to have 200 apps available when the H1 goes on sale this week, with more on the way once developers get to grips with the Vodafone 360 SDK.