In June, 1942, SS death squads took bloody reprisals against the Czech village of Lidice for the murder of a Nazi leader by local partisans. Every adult male in the village was killed. Women were shipped to concentration camps. Aryan-looking children were sent to foster homes in Germany; the remainder, to concentration camps. The village itself was flattened.
64 years later, a memorial website employs a wargame-like interface to educate viewers about the atrocity. When players arrive at Total Burn-out a banner describes the site as "The hottest new wargame."
Clicking through brings the "player" to a mission screen with the assignment "Burn down the Lidice village as fast as possible." A scoring system promises 10 points for each Czech shot or 50 for burning down a house. 300 points are deducted for accidentally shooting a German soldier...
Play the game and see what happens. Not only an implicit riposte to games like JFK Reloaded, Kuma\War or Super Columbine Massacre that claim to help you understand events through playing them, but also, perhaps, a come-on to neo-Nazi gamers.