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Atomic Games is a video game developer, specializing mostly in war games. The company has developed titles such as the Close Combat series, the World at War series, as well as the V for Victory series. Atomic Games was acquired by Destineer Games on May 6, 2005 while collaborating on Close Combat: Red Phoenix and Close Combat: First to Fight. Atomic Games was developing an upcoming third-person military shooter/Survival Horror hybrid, Six Days in Fallujah, depicting The Second Battle of Fallujah. Konami, the publisher of the title, then dropped the game due to controversy surrounding the Iraq War. They released the game called Breach, which is a multiplayer-only downloadable first-person shooter.
- Close Combat series, well known series of games developed by Atomic Studios.
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