Santiago Gonzalez has been working on the kind of indie game we don't normally expect from an indie developer: a real-time strategy game set in the present day.
Called Bloody Desert, things are looking a little rough in the demo video above, but hey, it's an indie game, so you shouldn't be expecting World In Conflict: Modern Warfare. You should be expecting a novel twist, and in this case it comes in the form of playable vehicles.
We've seen this in some games of this ilk - Toy Soldiers comes to mind - but not in a game of this scale or setting (at least that I can think of). Looks fun!