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Artworks from GAME2, old Bohemia Interactive project

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Thanks to the project I'm currently working on, Bohemia Interactive gave me five artworks from GAME2, old project especially known thanks to Marek Spanel's 10 year summary http://www.bistudio.com/english/company/developers-blog/233-from-flashpoint-to-arma (thanks again). I think that they have never been published.

Yes, we can say that it's just equipment later used in Arma and Arma 2, but I think it's still interesting, mainly destruction, buildings and vehicles. You can see the source and my original article in czech language on http://www.zing.cz/novinky/15265/omrknete-artworky-ze-zruseneho-projektu-game2-od-bohemia-interactive Actually I am working on something big related to Bohemia Interactive and its history (first part will be released tomorrow), but it will be available only in czech language, so I hope this can satisfy anyone.

http://www.zing.cz/gamefiles/filesystem/743/74369.jpg (1884 kB)

http://www.zing.cz/gamefiles/filesystem/743/74370.jpg (3389 kB)

http://www.zing.cz/gamefiles/filesystem/743/74371.jpg (2460 kB)

http://www.zing.cz/gamefiles/filesystem/743/74372.jpg (2318 kB)

http://www.zing.cz/gamefiles/filesystem/743/74373.jpg (1487 kB)

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Nice! I remember a preview/report on this way back in I think it was PC gamer mag..I remember the BF2 review was in the same mag so that gives you an idea of how far back it was. I was soooo looking forward to the destruction that they described as "blow up legoland"

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Nice read/watch :)

btw: you say are working on something special, you might wanna contact me - as i have been working on something BI/history related too.

we could help eachother :)

Cheers!

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I remember this! It used to be advertised on the FileFront Arma 2 mod website way back - It was supposed to be a sequel to OFP2 before Arma was out.

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I remember a cheesy by todays standards laptop interface website for game 2.

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