The U.S. military operation which culminated in the death of Osama Bin Laden already has a videogame version, released by the company Kuma Games, and promises precise digital recreations of the house of the leader of Al Qaeda.

Developed in just one week, KUMA \ WAR II: "The death of Osama Bin Laden" is the last episode of the video game series that has as its theme the struggle against terrorism.

"Since 2003 we have recreated the military conflict in a changing world. The defeat of the Taliban, the fall of Saddam. But KUMA \ WAR II was a never-ending story (...) so far," the company said in a statement.

Starting this Saturday, the Internet can download the 3D video game in which they can become part of the SEALs, the elite commando unit of the U.S. Navy who carried out the attack.

"When the smoke clears, your ultimate goal, Osama Bin Laden murderer of thousands of innocent Americans around the world, lies dead," the promotional sheet.

The player must neutralize enemy, gather intelligence and ends with stockpiles of weapons.

"Using video games, we have offered critical history to a generation raised on digital media," said Keith Halper, CEO of Kuma Games, the statement said.

Kuma Games is specialized in the design of games based on real military conflict