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The most realistic hunting game

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by H34d5h07, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. H34d5h07

    H34d5h07
    No money, no team racing.

    Hey all. I have been very inactive here lately. I grew bored of driving games. (and other games as well) So I decided to take a break. But now, I feel it's coming back to me again. So soon I will join the casual races.

    Anyway, I would like to give an tip about an incredible game I discovered a few weeks ago.
    It's an hunting game, and a very realistic one. It's called theHunter. It's completely free to play.

    If you sign up, you will get an guest license. With this guest license you will be able to hunt Mule deer's for an unlimited time. However, I really recommend to get an membership license. With this license you will be able to hunt everything in the game. Mules, Elf, Feral Hogs, Coyotes, Turkeys etc etc. (not possible with the guest license) Also, more areas will be available to you. The environment and the sounds is incredible.

    So, if you are into hunting, get this game now :D

    Website: http://www.thehunter.com
     
  2. Can you hunt people on it? Hide in a tree with a sniper rifle and pick off people one by one.

    How about dinosaurs? That would be cool: "Dino Safari. Kill or Get Killed".

    :)
     
  3. H34d5h07

    H34d5h07
    No money, no team racing.

    Lol no. Not yet anyway. So far only animals can be hunted. Other half of 2011, there will also be mulitplayer.
     
  4. thanks for sharing this! gonna try it later :D
     
  5. looks very realistic
     
  6. I've tried it and its fun! haha

    though the second mission is abit tough track the same deer 3 times!

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  7. it was fun :D
     
  8. A game where I can hunt Christoffer's. :p
     
  9. You might want to look into the Carnivores games. I only ever played the first one and didn't look at the sequels so I can't really say that much except that your quote is accurate.