Submitted by Nineball2112 1426d ago | interview

Gamasutra Interview: 'The Prince of Persia' - Profiling Iranian Indie Bahrami

Jason Johnson sits down with Iranian independent developer Mahdi Bahrami in order to discover how the teenager has overcome geographical and cultural boundaries to present his independent games to the world.

The city of Esfahan is renowned for its beauty. Lavish palaces, glowing minarets, and lush gardens give it an Oriental mystique. Its architectural heritage can be traced back to antiquity, but not everything is old. Modern structures help define Esfahan as well. There’s the oil refinery, textile mills, and, of course, the Uranium Conversion Facility, the oft disputed yellowcake conversion plant that is the heart of Iran’s nuclear program. (Culture, Mahdi Bahrami)

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