The UK government has unveiled a video game based on the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The game, which was developed by a 21 year old student of the Abertay University, was chosen after a video game competition for the Commonwealth games in which several people took part.
William Rountree, who developed the game with the help of 4JStudios, a gaming studio in Dundee, also received a cash prize of £2,014 for his game titled ‘Your Moment’.
'Your Moment', which allows people to play 10 of the 14 tournaments that take place in the Commonwealth games, can be played on the Commonwealth games website. Some of the sports include table tennis, cycling, and gymnastics.
"It's great to see the Scottish government embracing its video game industry and game development students with this unique competition to help promote the Commonwealth Games,” Rountree said.
"I still can't quite believe I actually won. However, I have had an amazing experience working with the team at 4JStudios and seeing my design develop, change, and become a reality," he added.
According to a BBC article, the background scenes in the game feature some of the popular landmarks in Glasgow.