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Deer Hunter is a series of games that simulate hunting. The first game had been released in November 1997. Up to the present time, the series has gotten a lot of entries added to it.

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  • Deer Hunter Interactive Hunting Experience
  • Deer Hunter Companion
  • Deer Hunter II: The Hunt Continues
  • Deer Hunter's Extended Season
  • Deer Hunter II: Extended Season
  • Deer Hunter 3: The Legend Continues
  • Deer Hunter 3 Gold
  • Deer Hunter 4: World-Class Record Bucks
  • Deer Hunter 5: Tracking Trophies
  • Deer Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting
  • Deer Hunter 2004
  • Deer Hunter
  • Deer Hunter 2005
  • Deer Hunter
  • Deer Hunter 2
  • Deer Hunter Tournament
  • Deer Hunter 3
  • Deer Hunter 3D
  • Deer Hunter Challenge
  • Deer Hunter Online
  • Deer Hunter: Monster Buck 4-Pack
  • Deer Hunter II: Monster Buck 3-Pack
  • Deer Hunter: Trophy Collection

Should not be confused with the music band or the film (even though the film does feature deer hunting).

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This Video Game series contains examples of:

  • Anti Poopsocking: The iPad versions have an energy meter that drains with each hunt. If it reaches very low levels, then you have no choice but to leave the game and do something else for an hour or so.
  • Artificial Stupidity: In Deer Hunter 5: Tracking Trophies, because of a bad AI bug, bears and elk always spawn running and never stop. If not killed, they'll just keep going until they reach the edge of the map and despawn.
  • Bears Are Bad News: There are Black Bears, Brown Bears, Grizzly Bears, and Kodiak Bears. All of them will maul you if they get the chance.
  • Instant Death Bullet: Shots to the vital organs result in instant death.
  • Invisibility: In Deer Hunter 5: Tracking Trophies, for some unknown reason, one map has a area with a shack next to a pond where deer may spawn invisible, but still making noise (and leaving hoof prints if snow is present). The game may also crash in or near this area.
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  • Misplaced Wildlife: Alas, 2005 also has Chitals in Australia...
  • Panthera Awesome: Cougars are present in 5, and huntable.
  • RPG Elements: The iPad versions contain experience levels and experience points that you get from hunting. You get money, improved skills and different hunts for each level you achieve.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: 2005 has Chitals (Axis Deer) and European Roe Deer, which you rarely see in games (if at all).
  • Stock Animal Behavior: Averted, since it's a hunting sim.
  • Vein-o-Vision: Noctovisor shows heart and lungs of animals.

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