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The Atomic Games Legacy : V for Victory


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I'm pleased to announce that I have just published the first video in a series covering the incredible computer wargaming legacy left by Atomic Games. This first video covers the creation of Atomic Games in 1989 and the development and release of their first game in the V for Victory series, D-Day : Utah Beach. 

I spent a lot of time researching this video and believe there may well be some things in this video that you didn't know before. 

I hope that you enjoy this video and that you find it informative. I'm always trying to improve and so please let me know what you think either in the video comments section or by replying to this post. 



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