Sun Sep 18, 2011
Iran’s National Foundation for Computer Games has unveiled the country’s latest computer game Tag and Vee in Mithra Planet during a ceremony in Tehran.
Iran’s computer game productions have been warmly received by many European, American and East Asian countries, ISNA quoted the foundation’s director Behrouz Minai as saying during the ceremony which he attended along with a number of experts on September 18, 2011.
Iran’s computer games participated in the 2011 edition of the biggest European game industry fair, Gamescom and gained great acclaim from the European, Russian and American experts and distributors.
According to Minai, India has requested Persian computer games and five Iranian productions will enter the Indian market after negotiations are over.
Turkey has also asked for Iranian computer games for its home media networks, he added.
To meet international demands, the games will be dubbed into English, French, German, Russian and Spanish.
The Garshasp computer game will also be dubbed into English, Arabic, Turkish and Azeri to enter regional markets, Minai explained.
Mir Mohanna, Hidden Treasure, Mountaineer, Black Gold, The story of the Island, The Heart of Simorgh and Dream Farm are some of the 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.