PanARMENIAN.Net - The Iranian Army’s first produced video game titled “Battle in Gulf of Aden” was unveiled in a ceremony in Tehran on Sunday, June 10, with Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari attending, Fars News Agency reported.
The computer game features the Iranian Navy’s presence in the international waters as well as anti- pirate activity in the Gulf of Aden.
The “Battle in Gulf of Aden” is now ready for marketing and it is expected to attract many game lovers due to its good quality, FNA says.
The player of the game will take the role of an Iranian commando who should fight and kill pirates in the Gulf of Aden and then find and destroy their hideouts in a bid to find and kill the buccaneers’ ringleader.
Iran released its first three-dimensional video game, the Age of Heroes, in 2009, which was designed based on the stories narrated in the Persian epic poet Ferdowsi’s magnum opus, Shahnameh.
Tehran is scheduled to host the Second International Computer Games Expo and Festival this summer.
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