New Iranian computer game to hit the market
A new Iranian computer game produced by the Education Ministry will be unveiled on July 16.
It will be demonstrated for the first time for a group of officials and students at the cinema hall of the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults, which is located on Khaled Eslamboli St.
The main character of the game enters several countries in eight stages.
In the game, two nuclear physicists, Saeid Kusha and his wife Maryam, are detained by U.S. troops during their journey to Karbala, Iraq.
In order to win the game, Iranian security officer Bahman Nasseri, who is a friend of Kusha’s father, must free Maryam and Saeid. He also finds out that several other Iranians are imprisoned in Iraq’s prisons.
The game will be sold at a discounted price compared to other cultural products so that it will be accessible to all children.
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