Foundation of Computer Games in Iran Protests against Rovio Entertainment

Foundation of Computer Games in Iran Protests against Rovio Entertainment

Foundation of Computer Games in Iran announced that they have sent a formal letter to Finnish entertainment company, Rovio, to protest against anti-Iran levels in “Fry Me To The Moon”, extension levels for Angry Birds Space.

In level 9 of this package, players must target a planet look like Iran’s map. And in level 10 the objects include a building like Tehran’s Milad tower. The foundation says these levels inspire anti-Iran sentiments to players and this governmental organization believes the  game is a part of United States cyber war against Iran. Foundation of Computer Games asked for formal explanation from the designer and producers of Angry Birds Space.

Battlefield 3 (BF3) was the last most successful anti-Iran game developed by EA Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts. Iranian officials banned Battlefield 3 in Iran over its scenarios taking place in Tehran. Computer stores are prohibited from selling this game.

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  1. miss.neda says:

    ma az farda roo dare dasshooimoon mizanim b amrika khosh amadid :D




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