The lights are on
Arma III developers Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar from Bohemia Interactive are free on bail and will return home to the Czech Republic after spending 128 days in a Greek jail.
The pair were arrested last September on charges of spying around a military complex on the island of Lemnos. Bohemia Interactive says they were simply on vacation and were tourists.
Fan support site www.helpivanmartin.org says the pair's bail was 5,000 Euros each. They get to go home, but their legal entanglements with the Greek government will continue.
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about f***ing time
finally. nice to see they get to go back to their family. that whole ordeal never need to happen.
Good to hear. Hopefully things will only continue to get better.
Maybe next time on vacation stay away from facilities that look military or government property...? Well, even though they're not fully free from the situation, they at least are able to go home. Good for them. :)
They were probably spying to get a better look on how to develop their game better.
I'm extremely glad to hear that they are finally out. It's about time.
Yes! Finally! I am really glad to hear this, made my day.
i'm not saying that it was aliens, but it was aliens. they took pictures of a flying saucer.
This is good news, I am happy that this news has happened and is good
It's about time.
They're only just now getting out?
Who knew being a game developer was such a dangerous line of work!
Sing it with me; SECRET....AAAAGENT DEV!