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Use the to ensure the section follows Wikipedia's norms and to be inclusive of all essential details. (June 2014) () America's Army United States Army Doyle W. Donehoo (v4.0) / (dropped) Release: July 4, 2002 (v1.0) June 17, 2009 (v3.0) (Open beta) August 29, 2013 (v4.0) Mode(s), America's Army is a game technology platform used to develop (FPS) video games published in 2002 by the. The game is branded as a strategic communication device, designed to allow Americans to virtually explore the Army at their own pace and according to their interests to determine if soldiering matches their needs, interests and abilities. America's Army represents the first large-scale use of game technology by the U.S.
Government as a platform for strategic communication, recruitment, and the first use of game technology in support of U.S. Army recruiting.
The America's Army concept was conceived in 1999 by Casey Wardynski; the Army's Chief Economist and Professor at the. Wardynski envisioned 'using computer game technology to provide the public a virtual Soldier experience that was engaging, informative and entertaining.' America's Army was managed by two other U.S.
Army officers serving with Wardynski at the Office of Economic and Manpower Analysis (OEMA): Major Chris Chambers and Major Bret Wilson. Wardynski approached Michael Zyda and at the (NPS) MOVES Institute in Monterey, CA to make this video game vision a reality.
Zyda and Capps took a unique approach for developing a major software project in DoD by assembling a team of professional game developers with experience developing major titles and creating a development studio on the campus of NPS. The version 1.0, subtitled Recon, was first released on, 2002.
Tablets supported by verizon. As of January 2014, there have been over 41 versions and updates released, including updates to America's Army: Proving Grounds which was released in August 2013. All versions have been developed on the.
The game is financed by the and distributed by free download. According to game historian Carrie McLeroy America's Army has 'grown in ways its originators couldn't have imagined'. Dozens of government training and simulation applications using the America's Army platform have been developed to train and educate U.S. Army soldiers. America's Army has also been used to deliver virtual soldiering experiences to participants at events, such as air shows, amusement parks, and sporting events around the country. The America's Army series has also been expanded to include versions for and,, and applications published through licensing arrangements. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Gameplay [ ] America's Army is, a round based team with the player acting as a soldier in the U.S.
Army, with combat at -level with three. Admires the game's authenticity: 'It's pretty realistic— you take one or two shots and you go limp, you take one more and you're done.' Another game review describes America's Army as 'the most realistic portrayal of weapons and combat of any game'. America's Army [ ] America's Army promotes adherence to the U.S. Army's seven core values.