ARMA II: Editor Basics Dev Diary Available Today!

Prague, Czech Republic, July 16th 2009 - Bohemia Interactive, creators of award winning military simulator games Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis and ArmA: Combat Operations and IDEA Games announced today the release of the second video from the series of dev. diaries for ARMA II: this one focused on the game's mission editor.

The eagerly anticipated sandbox PC military shooter smash hit of 2009, ARMA II, has released worldwide and is available for all who want to visit the post-soviet republic of Chernarus and enjoy the many fantastic features of this monumental war simulator.

Jan Prazak, Bohemia's PR manager explains the basic workings of the ARMA II mission editor, again using comprehensive video footage captured in-game.

"ARMA II includes a very easy to use editor, yet it's one of the most sophisticated mission editors available in a PC title. It allows players to create their own missions, or even whole campaigns in just a few minutes." introduces Jan Prazak and continues "Working with it is very easy and quick. In the ARMA II mission editor, players can use every one of hundreds of game's object and models such as weapons, vehicles, aircraft or characters and place them anywhere in the ARMA II game world which has a size of 225km2. The main goal of this dev. diary is to introduce the basic workings of the editor to casual players and allow them to enjoy the infinite possibilities and unlimited gameplay of this, the most sophisticated military simulator on the market."

ARMA II offers the ultimate realistic combat simulation experience in a modern day setting. With unprecedented freedom of movement, actions and tactics, the game allows players to immerse themselves in battle as never seen before.

Join the duty in ARMA II, this ultimate military simulator, and get a taste of what it takes to be a soldier in a modern warfare conflict!

Visit www.arma2.com for more information!

ARMA II is rated 'M' for Mature, ages 17 years and up.

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About ARMA2

ARMA 2 is set in a near future, year 2009, in a fictional state of Chernarus, a post-Soviet country where civil war raged for over 2 painful years. As a leader of USMC Force Recon team, you are sent with your squad to prevent further civilian casualties and ensure ongoing stability in Chernarus.

ARMA 2 is based on the latest generation technology, offering a large-scale game world, authentic and extremely detailed modern units, weapons, vehicles and environments, challenging single player and a vast array of multiplayer options. http://arma2.com

ARMA 2, developed by Bohemia Interactive, is available on

www.sprocketidea.com now.

About Bohemia Interactive

Established in 1999 in Prague, Czech Republic, Bohemia Interactive is an independent game development studio that focuses on developing original state of the art computer entertainment and simulation software, including the research of proprietary advanced real-time 3D graphics, artificial intelligence and physical simulation technologies for real-time interactive environments.

Operation Flashpoint, Bohemia Interactive's debut game published by Codemasters in 2001, became the No. 1 bestselling PC game around the world and has won many international awards, including "Game of The Year" and "Best Action Game." Over 2 million copies of Operation Flashpoint have been sold since its release. Bohemia Interactive's second major release, ArmA: Armed Assault (also known as ArmA: Combat Operations), followed in 2007 and sold over 400,000 copies on PC through various local publishing partners.

The research anddevelopment team of Bohemia Interactive has more than 50 experienced developers at studios in the Czech Republic and Australia. Bohemia Interactive won the Best PC Game Developer award for 2001 at London's ECTS exhibition and Rookie Studio of the Year award at GDC 2002. http://www.bistudio.com

"Operation Flashpoint"T is a trademark of Codemasters.


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