ArmA is an ongoing-developed, military simulation video game series, developed by Bohemia Interactive Studio, an independent Czech computer and console game developer based in Prague, Czech Republic, and published by various publishers since 1999. The goal of the series is to simulate real life military experience.
After the first installment Operation Flashpoint, Bohemia Interactive Studio parted ways with their publisher Codemasters. BIS retained the engine, while Codemasters retained the name. BIS rebranded their series as ArmA, while Codemasters developed their own mil-sim sequels to Operation Flashpoint.
Expansion Packs and DLCs
Operation Flashpoint: Resistance
(2002), expansion pack for Operation Flashpoint.
ArmA: Queen's Gambit
(2007), expansion pack for ArmA: Armed Assault.
ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead
(2010), stand-alone expansion pack for ArmA II.
ArmA II: British Armed Forces
(2010), DLC for ArmA II.
ArmA II: Private Millitary Company
(2011), DLC for ArmA II.
ArmA II: Reinforcements
(2011), DLC pack for ArmA II.
ArmA II: Army of the Czech Republic
(2012), DLC for ArmA II.