Bohemia Interactive developers arrested in Greece

Arma III

Two of the creators behind the realistic military shooter series “ARMA” have recently been arrested, here in Greece, for “spying” on a military base on the island of Limnos. Their new, much anticipated game ARMA III is to be set on one of the Greek islands, and that was most likely the reason they were there – it only makes sense.

However, the two Czech citizens were caught with photos and videos of the location in their possession, which, under Greek law, is illegal without permission. Thus, the authorities have charged the two with espionage, and what remains to be seen is how this plays out.

Bohemia Interactive boss Marek Spanel confirmed that the whole story is true, but told the people to not discuss it on the forums “at least until we know more specific details about the case…”

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Author: Christos Chatzisavvas View all posts by
Gaming lover, web developing graduate, founder and developer at Starblind Entertainment. Keep your eye out for news, reviews, previews and opinion articles, as well as game projects. Follow me on Twitter @CrashOkami.

4 Comments on "Bohemia Interactive developers arrested in Greece"

  1. narwall14 September 11, 2012 at 9:01 pm -

    hey christos were you going to email me the steam account info

  2. nick September 12, 2012 at 5:57 am -

    LMAFO!
    if your going to create a military game set on a military base you would think they would of been in discussion with said organisation well before research even began!

  3. narwall14 September 12, 2012 at 10:08 am -

    wtf makes you think they were spying? They may have just went on vacation,just because you have a camera does not mean you are spying

  4. nick September 13, 2012 at 7:49 am -

    dude, read the article!

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