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Pictures created by Shernas, edited by RoÅ¼ek 15 years ago, on 22th of June, 2001, Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis was released. Since that time some interesting events have taken place. The series is now titled ARMA and has been sold in over 10 million copies. OFP was re-released as Arma: Cold War Assault on its 10th anniversary. In May (effectively in June), 2014, GameSpy servers were closed that caused multiplayer browser for OFP/CWA and hundreds of other games to stop working. Eventually, Poweruser overcame the issue with his Powerserver and OFPMonitor. Polish Flashpoint Community (PFC) supports the community with its community masterserver. In January, 2015, an open letter on further CWA support was started. On April Fools' Day, 2015, Kondor released his showcase of OFP/CWA in internet browser (using HTML5). There was a significant flooding on Nogova recently A year ago I shared with you a collection of the best pictures I gathered from all the OFP Photography threads. This year I would like to share it again but in a bit different way. I prepared the best of the best pictures from that gallery. What is more, I uploaded it on a different hosting server (Imgur) which is way more user-friendly than the one I used a year ago. Thanks to BIForum engine you can easily browse them from here :) http://imgur.com/a/Fy0v6
Bohemia Interactive, the creators of the award-winning ArmaÂ® series and DayZÂ®, are proud to celebrate its 15th anniversary. Founded in May 1999, Bohemia Interactive released its debut title Arma: Cold War Assault in 2001, and has since then developed more than 15 games and expansions. The studioâ€™s birthday celebration is accompanied by an Arma 3 Free Weekend and a Bohemia Interactive Weekend Sale on Steam, plus a free game for everyone. From 15th May until 18th May, all Steam users are able to play Arma 3 for free, with access to all content except for the second and third campaign episode. Those who would like to continue playing afterwards can pick up Arma 3 with a massive 40% discount. Bohemia Interactiveâ€™s other released games are also on sale â€“ and while the studio does not usually offer discounts on its Early Access games, for its 15th anniversary Bohemia Interactive made a special exception, and has included DayZ and Take On Mars in the sale with a fitting 15% discount. Furthermore, as a birthday gift for everyone, Arma: Cold War Assault â€“ Bohemia Interactiveâ€™s debut title â€“ is available for free from now until the end of the weekend, and will stay in peopleâ€™s Steam Library afterwards - providing them with the opportunity to experience where it all began. In addition to the free game, Bohemia Interactive today also announced that people who have previously bought a non-Steam version of Arma 2, including the expansions and DLC, are now able to redeem their product on Steam using their original Arma 2 or Arma 2 expansion gameâ€™s CD Key (often found inside the box or provided by the reseller via e-mail). Last but not least, Bohemia Interactive published a brand new video. Looking back at 15 years of making games, the showcases the games which the studio has developed during the past one and a half decade. For the people who are interesting in learning even more about the studioâ€™s background and future direction, Bohemia interactive also deployed a new company brochure."Iâ€™d like to thank everyone who has contributed in any way to the amazing 15 years at Bohemia Interactive. The journey so far has been exciting, often challenging, sometimes hard - but, ultimately, always rewardingâ€ , said Marek Spanel, CEO and co-founder of Bohemia Interactive. "While the games industry has fundamentally changed since the early years, our community continues to stand at the heart of everything we do, and together we will continue to create incredible games." For more information about Bohemia Interactive, please visit www.bistudio.com. To keep track of all the latest news, be sure to follow Bohemia Interactive on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.