While Iran is roiled by sanctions, a plummeting currency and intrigue surrounding its nuclear program, at least the children of the Islamic Republic can now distract themselves by laying virtual waste to the first Hebrew city.
A new video game unveiled in Tehran Saturday depicts Tel Aviv as the center of “events,” according to an ominous report in the country’s semi-official Fars news outlet, though it gives no clue as to what type of events those might be.
In December, a number of programmers from the country said they would develop a game called “Attack on Tel Aviv” in response to an installment of the popular American “Battlefield” video game franchise that depicted a US assault on Tehran.
It is not clear whether the two games are linked.
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