are giving you the opportunity to fire your questions about Arma3
, and get an personal answer from Bohemia Interactive
. On LimnosRadio new upcoming show
'the Dirty Dozen'
Limnosradio goes up close and personal with your questions.
On the show, conveniently called 'the dirty dozen' Jerry will select questions, submitted by the community and fire them at the ArmA3 dev team. Unlike any other 'interview' you will be able to hear the the dev-team aswering your questions.
This unique opportunity give you the chance to get real answers right from the source. Not only can you ask your question to Ivan Buchta, but almost every expertise is present as almost all developers are available to answer your questions.
LimnosRadio is giving you the oppertunity to fire your questions about Arma3, and get an personal answer from Bohemia Interactive. In our new upcoming show 'the Dirty Dozen' Limnosradio goes up close and personal with your questions.
Submit your question via skype or our webbased voice-recorder, where you have 1 minute to ask your question about arma3. Please be so kind to introduce yourself politely, so both we and the BIS team can personally address you.
Although it is possible to submit your questions thru email or the BI-Forums, voice questions are preferred for this show. We will collect and review all questions and in each episode we will select 12 of your submitted questions, and get some input from the following people who are available for answering the questions:
- project leader
- lead mission designer
- lead systems designer
- designers / scripters
- GUI design team
- mastering / config designers
- lead artist
- animations supervisor
- lead environment artist
- sound engineer / musician
- marketing specialist
- creative Jay
- creative Ivan
- some programmer(s)
How to submit your question?
There are three way's of submitting your questions.
By Skype, Call our 24/7 hotline via Skype name : limnosradio
By our 'Raise your Voice' Web-recorder, Use our flash based recorder .
By Email, Send us your audio-file ( max 1 minute ) in MP3 or WAV format.
For all of the above, please review your recording where possible. Check your microphone settings to ensure your questions will be accepted because of the audio quality. Try to introduce yourself in the start of the recording. You could use a starting line like 'Hello, my name is John Doe from the USA, ....'
The airing date is around June, so you have quite some time to think of a good question ... or buy a microphone.