ArmA: Armed Assault

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ArmA: Armed Assault
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Basic Information
Video Game
Bohemia Interactive
505 Games, Atari
Tactical Shooter
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Technical Information
Real Virtuality 5089 - 5151
European Union European Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
February 232007
United States American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
May 12007
Australia Australian Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
March 82007
United Kingdom British Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
February 162007
Czech Republic Czech Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
November 102006
Germany German Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
November 302006
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
February 2007
New Zealand New Zealand Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
February 2007
Russia Russian Release
Microsoft Windows
November 282006
South Africa South African Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
February 2007
Taiwan Taiwanese Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
February 2007
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ArmA: Armed Assault (Worldwide) / ArmA: Combat Operations (US) is a tactical military First-person shooter and third-person shooter which was developed by Bohemia Interactive (BI), an independent game developer based in the Czech Republic. ArmA is the successor to Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis, featuring a game engine with enhanced graphics, physics, Multiplayer functionality, scripting capabilities, as well as a large selection of new units and countries.

The game is based on the fictional island of Sahrani (a lot larger and more detailed than Operation Flashpoint's islands). The island is divided in two parts with the larger, northern, part been the Democratic Republic of Sahrani - DRS and the smaller, southern, part being the Kingdom of South Sahrani (a monarchy allied with the USA).

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