Source Pravda.Ru

Start Smashing Terrorists At The Age of 3

Children at the age of over three years will get a chance to fight with terrorists. In a table game “Catch A Terrorist” which recently appeared in the Russian city of Vladivostok. The game is very much like computer strategies; the idea of the game is to fight with terrorists developing a plan of a terrible terrorist act, and players must prevent the attack.

The game involves two players, a soldier of the Alfa special forces unit and a malicious terrorist who can realize terrorist plans in 28 countries of the world. The development game was designed by the Astrait company. The new game is expected to become a popular present for children on the New Year’s eve.

Svetlana Malakhova Yezhednevnye Novosti newspaper Vladivostok

Translated by Maria Gousseva

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