Dubai Police launches the Expo game on the “Apple Store” and “Google Play” platforms

Dubai: «The Gulf»

In line with the launch of Expo 2020 Dubai, and under the directives of Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, the General Department of Artificial Intelligence launched an introductory game on the Expo “Expo Game” on the “Apple Store” and “Google Play” platforms, which was developed by Emirati national cadres at the Center Virtual technology in public administration.

Brigadier Khaled Nasser Al-Razuqi, Director of the Department, explained that the game was designed in cooperation with “Expo” and a number of educational and community agencies and specialists in this field, in the interest of Dubai Police to support the first historical event in the region, and to enhance local and global awareness of the educational facilities included in the event. Recreational, commercial, cultural, and unlimited creativity that reflects the future vision of the participating countries.

He stressed that the awareness-raising electronic games launched by Dubai Police through its smart application are very popular, noting that the number of games downloaded exceeded 33.7 million on various electronic gaming platforms, which represented a strong incentive to participate in the promotion of Expo 2020 Dubai, and to raise awareness of its events, events and pavilions.

Brigadier Al-Razouki said that the game offers the participant introductory tours about the Expo, according to the tasks the player performs through which he gets points, and the game contains many stages such as the stage of solving puzzles, the stage of spacecraft races, in addition to visiting the smart police station, and the game is available with 6 Languages: Arabic, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Chinese.


Dubai Police launches Expo game Apple Store Google Play platforms

For Latest Updates Follow us on Google News

PREV Iran announced the resumption of nuclear talks at a preliminary meeting in Brussels; Diplomatic source: This is a distraction – Haaretz
NEXT Millions of “Android”, “Windows” and “iPhone” users may lose access to the Internet