Tank T-72 Demo

An English playable Tank T-72 Balkans on Fire! Demo is now available, offering the chance to sample the armored combat game based on the Yugoslavian Civil War. The demo offers three levels and a resource on Russian military gear for a 192 MB download, available on 3D Gamers, FileFront, Gameguru Mania, Gamer's Hell, and Worthplaying.
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I'd like to thank Kegel for being by FAR the biggest ASSH_LE in this thread. I would imagine it would be hard to be THAT stupid, but Kegel, you make it look easy. Congratulations buddy. Oh yeah, one more thing - go kill yourself.

As for the rest of you, I'm going to have to go against the majority here and side, somewhat, with SG22 ... Yes, there have been many PC games based on WWII, but they came out DECADES after that war had ended. The Balkans' conflict isn't exactly ancient history. To me, that makes it a little different ... Most forms of popular entertainment based on specific conflicts don't appear until years later, mostly because the death and suffering and controversy surrounding those conflicts are still too raw to be sanded down into "entertainment" (This was why there were virtually no Hollywood movies made about the Vietnam War, for instance, while that war was still being waged. "The Green Berets" was a rare exception.)

As for those of you who might want to downplay Serbian atrocities - yes, the Croats and Muslims killed some innocent people as well, but by far the most blame rests with the Serbs. It is the Serbs we have to thank for the term "ethnic cleansing." And just as many ordinary Germans were complicit in the Nazi horrors, so too were many of the Serbian people. In fact I'd argue that a majority of the Serbian people think their countrymen did nothing wrong in that conflict, and continue to blame everyone but the Serbs for what happened ...

"No Mans Land" is a good movie, and demonstrates how utterly useless the UN was when it came to doing anything, but it certainly doesn't absolve the Serbs for the majority of the responsibility.


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