So was the game. The war ended, the world wounded so would the colonialist parades, one would assume. Though cold war was just around the corner, and more or less the game remained the same. The countries with power played, the rest were bought and sold. So was Iran. What is presented here is a game, meant to be played. The player can choose the country they want to be and roll the dice. Only the scene is set; it is 53 and USA is debating whether to buy Iran or not, whether to set up the Coup in the countries first democratic move or not. History turned as it did, still today could be different.