Iranian developers defy huge odds to create acclaimed computer game
Washington Post / Thomas Erdbrink
21-Mar-2010 (one comment)

It might not seem that remarkable for a ragtag group of friends to come up with a computer game in a dusty back office.

But the Iranian engineering students, programmers and fantasy animators who created "Garshasp, the Monster Slayer" have not only impressed foreign companies with their product. They have also proved that young Iranians can carve out opportunities for themselves against a backdrop of international sanctions, domestic deterrents and anti-government demonstrations.

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