Iranian Union of Students Islamic Association has produced a new videogame simulating the rescue of two Iranian nuclear experts from the clutches of American and Israeli troops, called Rescue the Nuke Scientist.
In the game, U.S. troops capture a husband-and-wife team of nuclear engineers as they make a pilgrimage to the holy site of Karbala,Players take on the role of Iranian security forces as they undertake "The Special Operation," tracking the scientists from Iraq to Israel. To successfully complete the game, the player will have to enter Israel, kill U.S. and Israeli troops, rescue the scientists and retrieve their laptops which contain secret information.
The student group that produced the game was also behind the 2005World without Zionism conference during which Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."
Save the Nuke Scientist took three years to develop. Its release comes close on the heels of the similarly-nationalistic Save The Port.Failure brings the message, "With resistance, you can battle the enemy," and the Iranian flag flies in the corner of the screen throughout the game.