Mon Jan 30, 2012 5:19PM GMT
Iran’s National Foundation of Computer Games has released a new game which features the country’s eight-year Sacred Defense against Iraq.
Breaking the Siege of Abadan is inspired by the Iraq-Iran war when the Iranian city of Abadan was under siege by the enemy.
The game narrates how Iranian forces did their best to break the siege and released the city during an operation in 1982.
Breaking the Siege of Abadan was unveiled along with three other productions during a ceremony held in October 2011.
The Black Gold and Speed in City are other computer games which will be released in near future.
Iran’s computer game productions have been warmly received by many European, American and East Asian countries so far.
The games had been earlier presented in several international expos such as the renowned European game industry fair, Gamescom, where they won great acclaim by visitors and experts.
Mir Mahna, Hidden Treasure, Mountaineer, Black Gold, The story of the Island, The Heart of Simorgh and Dream Farm are some of the renowned Iranian computer game productions.
Ancient Persian tales and characters have inspired most of the games, while traditional Persian music and modern motion capture techniques have provided them with more natural scenes.