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Beat the Army at their own Game

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12 01 09 - 08:12
Good news for any gamers living near the Franklin Mills shopping mall in northeast Philadelphia. Now you can play as much as you like for free - just as long as you "can't make up your mind" to join the army. The games are variants of old favourites: Kabulmageddon, Pakiman or the SAMs for example. But don't be fooled into thinking that a career fighting in Afghanistan or Iraq will simulate the excitement of this recruiting office. Real war is much slower and literally nothing happens for days until, just as you can't take any more heat, your head gets blown off by someone whose name is as likely to be Joe as Muhammed. Enjoy!

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