Jailed Bohemia Interactive Developers Return Home [VIDEO]

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The gaming gods are looking over this pair as Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar, two game developers jailed in Greece last September on suspicion of espionage have returned home to joyous scenes at the Czech Republic Airport, 128 days after their incarceration.

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Devs still have to face a trial.

The two, who work for ArmA developer Bohemia Interactive, found themselves in a spot of bother with Greek police while on holiday in the country. They were charged with spying on sensitive Greek military installations and still have to face a trial, which if found guilty could see them face 20 years in jail.

The story of their arrest has sparked tension between Greece and the Czech Republic, which could have been a factor in their release. You can see their emotional return in the video below and leave any thoughts in the comment section as always.

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James McDonald
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