Get the Shot. Get the Game. Experience fast-paced hunting action in pursuit of the biggest trophy bucks throughout North America, Canada and Now the Bavarian Forest! Wilderness Madness! Free Hunt Mode drops you right in the action with game a plenty, or for exacting hunting adventures try Challenge Mode. Calling All Predators.
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Get the Shot. Get the Game.

Experience fast-paced hunting action in pursuit of the biggest trophy bucks throughout North America, Canada and Now the Bavarian Forest!

  • Wilderness Madness! Free Hunt Mode drops you right in the action with game a plenty, or for exacting hunting adventures try Challenge Mode.
  • Calling All Predators. Track and hunt 18 of the most prized big game animals including Moose, Mountain Lion, Mule Deer and NOW the Red Deer.
  • Get Armed! Choose from a vast arsenal of 32+ weapons including shotguns, rifles, crossbows, and more. Buy binoculars, hunting scents, rifle scopes and more to lure and track your prey.
  • Call of the Wild. Encounter the fiercest animals on earth, including lions, grizzly bears, jaguars and more.
  • Command the Outdoors. Trek through and seek out savage animals in 11 of the world's most expansive and challenging locations including North America, Canada and NEW this year the Bavarian Forest.
  • Take aim at the Target Range before heading out into the wilderness.
  • Choose from 32+ weapons and accessories. Compound Bows, Shotguns and Rifles - Decoys, Blinds, Bait, and more.
  • Take on 110+ hunting missions that span the most remote and challenging habitats hunted today.
  • Design and customize the most realistic and perfect hunt using the Mission Editor – even replay your favorite missions.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® XP/Vista
    • Processor: Pentium® IV 1.4 GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64 MB DirectX® 9 graphics card
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB of free space
    • Sound: DirectX 9 compatible Sound Card
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 2
Pros:

-Realistic shots. Shoot the legs, that'll disable and/or slow 'em down. Shoot the head? instant kill. There's lung-shots, heart shots and much more. The animals can also bleed out!
-A truckload of already-available guns for you to use in your leisure.
-Heavily customisable maps, weather, types of animals that spawn, and more!
-Tents! 'nuff said.
-Would make a great game if it was ported to mobile/tablet devices.
-Bullet-cam!

Cons:

-Minor bugs, though they barely affect gameplay and are almost unnoticeable.
-Graphics are a bit dated. Again, this isn't much of a problem.


In short, if you enjoy hidden gems like these, I'd say give it a try.

9/10
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
I feel like a true hunter now.
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42 of 50 people (84%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 10
Savannah is black, horse is twice as fast as quad bike and it takes 14 rifle shots to kill a baby elephant from point-blank.
All my yes.
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29 of 42 people (69%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2013
I bless the rains down in Africa.
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22 of 33 people (67%) found this review helpful
6.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2013
one of the missions is to ride a tiny cart until you find a bear and then shoot it with a pistol
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 27, 2011
This game is amazing. On the surface it may look like a simple, boring game where you spend ages walking around ugly scenery trying to find a specific animal, like a video game in which one searches for a needle in a haystack the size of a planet, BUT THIS IS NOT THE CASE!!!!

This game is really an epic story of love, betrayal, retribution as well as deer slaughter. The main character is actually a deep well thought out character who's constant silence is reflective of the inner turmoil within his very soul, who's feelings are expressed subtely and beautifully in his every step and every slight shake of his constant companion - his gun. This story is expressed through a series of well thought out missions in which the player has to accomplish goals as part of his quest through the in depth world in which this epic is set.

I cannot recommend this game highly enough, it is so good it is the last game you'll ever need to buy with it's never ending replayability. 10/10
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2013
This is a good game the only issue I have with it is that it takes for ever to move around the maps looking for animals unless your in a vehicle. Maybe the developers could look at increasing the rate of movement when running. :-)
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10 of 16 people (63%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 11
It was 82 degrees on the afternoon of October 10th, 2011. I was debating if I should go out deer hunting or not. There was a particular stand set that my friend Dave and I hung in June that I had not been to yet this season. Most of the times the wind was not right or it rained and I did not feel like getting wet. I don't like the heat either but I knew cooler weather will be coming in the near future. I still had to attach a pull rope to this stand because I forgot to when my friend Dave and I put the stand up. Even though it was pretty warm out and it is still early in the season the wind was perfect for this stand setup. We had an east wind.

I decided to go. I jumped in the shower and used my unscented and bacteria killing soap. Then I got dressed and sprayed down each layer of clothing. I drove out to my hunting spot and sprayed down my outer layer of clothing quite liberally. I have always wanted to put a stand in this spot over the years but never have due to the walking distance. I know the big boys are in here but I just didn't want to take the time and put a stand here. Times have changed. I get more serious about my hunting every year and strive to shoot only mature bucks. I carry an extra bottle of cover scent with me at all times. Even though I took my time and tried not to work up to much of a sweat walking in, I pretty much was dripping with sweat by the time I got to my stand. Once I arrived at my stand I sprayed down very liberally again to try and cover the stench of my sweat. I then climbed into my stand, attached the rope and then hoisted up my bow. I then sprayed down a third time. Now, it was 4:30pm and finally time to start hunting.

I was quite surprised by the number of squirrels I saw. They appeared to be out in record numbers. I sat in the stand watching and listening to the squirrels until about 6:00 pm. Out of the corner of my right eye, I caught movement that was not a squirrel. It was a nice big doe. I talked to my son Mitchell (Deer Slayer on BGH) and told him I will not be shooting a doe tonight unless it was an albino or a piebald. We have seen an albino doe on the property in years past so we know the genes exist here to see another albino sometime. This doe and her 2 fawns were coming from a pond that is down over a hill. They must have got up from their beds, got a drink then proceeded to come up past my stand which is in a corner of a large oak grove. There are multiple trails coming and going in every direction in the corner where my stand is and there is water down over the hill and acorn and hickory nut trees that litter the hillside where my stand is. The doe and her fawns walked past my stand on the right. I had an easy 25 yard shot on her but chose not to take it. They then walked on and came up the trail 15 yards right in front of my stand. As the big doe was walking up the trail it looked as if her eyes caught mine and I thought I was busted. She only looked at me for about 5 seconds then continued on without any signs of worry. The doe turned broadside again and I chose not to take her again. This second opportunity was very tempting but I was able to hold off. I was there to see what would come out of the bedding area just as the light was fading, if anything at all. She walked down the trail a little way and she gave me a perfect quartering away shot. Again, I chose not to take the shot. By this time 15 minutes had passed and it was now 6:15. The next 45 minutes except for more squirrels was uneventful.

It was now 7:00 pm. The canopy of leaves in this area is still pretty heavy. Light was fading and I was going to give it about 15 more minutes. At 7:02 I heard a loud snap of a branch straight out in front of me. It sounded to be about 50 yards or so away. I intently was looking for what made the sound of that branch snapping. I was hoping it would be one of the big bucks that I know lives in this area. I saw a glimpse of brown passing through the trees. I now knew it was at the least a deer. I kept an intense stare on the area I knew the deer was at. It moved again and this time I saw antlers. At this point in time though I was still unsure if it was a shooter or not. The buck was continuing towards and about 30 yards away I finally had a full view of his rack. I knew at this point he was definitely a shooter. Right now he was walking straight at me and was about to walk up the same path the doe and her fawns took earlier. When he came up the embankment he stopped short of the top and looked in both directions. He decided to turn left and walk around to my right side. There was a number of trees lining the embankment so I could cautiously turn and hope he would not catch my movement. There is a large double tree off to my right and I would position myself for when he stepped out from behind this tree I would let him have it.

He kept slowly walking and stopped right when he was behind that tree. I was thinking to myself I need you to take two more steps and stop. The buck must have read my mind because that is exactly what he did. I didn't have to stop him or anything. I couldn't have asked for a better scenario. I had my crossbow up and pointed already and now it was just a matter of making a small adjustment until I had the crosshairs of my scope on the kill zone. The buck gave me a 15 yard, slight quartering to shot. I pulled the trigger on my Horton Legend crossbow and let the Easton XX75 arrow tipped with the Rage 2 blade broadhead fly. I watched as it hit it's mark. I thought ahh yes!!! It was a perfect shot. I watched the buck take off like a freight train. He ran down the embankment across a flat little area back up another hill then out of sight.

Once he was out of sight I began counting until I heard him crash. One thousand one, one thousand two, one thousand three. Crash, crash, thrash, thrash, I heard the buck now rolling around on the ground and then I heard this deep aaaarrrrrgggghhhh. I call that the death growl. I knew he was dead. I shot him at 7:05 pm. I texted my son Mitchell at 7:06pm and wrote BBD BABY BBD JUST NAILED HIM!!!!!. My son immediately called and asked me the details. I told him at the time I think he was a big 10 pointer but I didn't look at the rack too much and I wasn't sure but I definitely knew he was a shooter and I heard him crash and he was down. I told him I would find the arrow and then call him back. I then called my friend Dave and told him and he asked me if I was sure I wanted to pursue him or wait until morning. I said I heard him crash and I heard the death growl and I knew he was down. I got down and went to the point of impact and could not find my arrow or see any blood. I walked the way the buck ran and looked for blood and any part of the arrow but I did not see any at all.

My son called me back and was wondering why I didn't call him back. I said I couldn't find the arrow or any blood and I was starting to second guess myself on pursuing the buck any farther. He asked me again what happened and I told him the details. I was positive the buck was down but just in case I was wrong I did not want to push him. My son said wait and he would be out to help me find him.

By the time my son and I got back to the stand site 45 minutes had passed and it was now completely dark. But, with the help of the flashlight I won in a BGH grand slam contest I knew we could find the buck. This flashlight is awesome. It lights up everything. We walked the way the buck ran. Scanning back and forth looking for blood. Finally about 60 yards from the point of impact I spotted a drop of blood about the size of an apple seed. The blood was bubbly. The further we walked the drops were getting closer together and bigger. We reached the top of the hill where I last seen and scanned the area. We walked about another 10 yards on the blood trail and I scanned the area again. I said I see brown. My son said be careful but I knew he was dead.
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11 of 18 people (61%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 29, 2013
Easily one of the best hunting games for the next gen.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 11, 2013
GET READY FOR THE MOST REALISTIC HUNTING GAME EVER MADE.

GET ON YOUR ATV AND PUMP SHOTGUN, MOTHER NATURE WANTS YOUR ♥♥♥♥ING GUTS AND DEERS WILL SHUNT YOU OFF YOUR ATV AND GUT YOUR FACE OFF!

BUT ♥♥♥♥♥, YOU HAVE A MOTHER ♥♥♥♥ING SHOTGUN. SO USE IT DUMMY!
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9 of 16 people (56%) found this review helpful
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2013
Many of the good critics you can see on this page are ironical...
The game has bad graphics , lots of bugs, no scenario, weird challenges and so on...

But the game still fun to me.

I bought it 2 bucks during the christmas sales and i dont regret it at all !

10 bucks is a bit expensive for this game but it will worth it if you love hunting games.
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 5, 2013
This is the best game I have ever played. The ultra realism makes this game just so much better than all the other hunting sims on the market. I almost forgot I was playing a hunting sim, and found myself often looking for places to display my trophies. The voice acting is a 10/10 and the story is amazing.
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8 of 15 people (53%) found this review helpful
85.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 9, 2013
This is the best game ever; I am surprized this game has not won game of the year yet! Without a thought this game is the best. The story line tells one more epic then Fallout,Skyrim,Assassins Creed,and Runescape put together. There are more guns in this game then I think were ever created by man. This game would make your great great great grandfather turn over in his grave. I cant even come close to tell you how well this game makes me horny. I am not sure how I went to bed at night before without this game. I love this game. If you dont like this game you should not be alive. I love you Hunting Unlimited 2010.... I love you.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
6.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 20, 2011
ENG:

The best hunting game on Steam!

FIN:

Paras metsästys peli, steamissa!
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 2
so bad its good the ai is soooooooo bad you can run up on a bear and you don't die
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14 of 29 people (48%) found this review helpful
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 9
Pros - Definitely the best, most realistic hunting simulators out there. The gameplay is very enticing, the physics work, and most importantly, it feels like I am actually hunting.

Cons - Has some (MINOR) glitches. VERY MINOR stuff. For example, the framerate can sometimes max out at 30, 45, or 60 depending on how the game feels. THIS IS OKAY and let me tell you why. It's okay because the human eye can only see about 24 frames per second.
Also, you cannot swim in this game, but who needs swimming? IT'S A HUNTING GAME. Whoever does not like this great simulator can go suck PETA's ♥♥♥♥ some more cause this game is here to stay.
10/10.
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12 of 25 people (48%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2013
The biggest piece of crap I've ever seen.

If I was in a room with this game and a fully fueled chainsaw and had to pick between cutting my toes off or playing this game, I'd ask for a second chainsaw and saw off both feet to save time.

Don't let this game near me ever again.
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 16, 2012
This is a decent hunting game but kind of has the feel of previous hunting games. The graphics look old, but the gameplay is there. Its fun if you like to explore different lands in different scenarios. The lions really get you jumping in your seat, you just got to wait for the prime time to shoot. There are a wide variety of guns and weapons to choose from, all have their strengths and weaknesses. This is a fun game to play around with and mess around with the animals. I do recommend this game to any hunter just looking to play around for a bit because you will be satisfied as to how simple it is to hunt the specific animal you are searching for. As in the previous games you have various modes of transportation while traveling across the terrains. This is a great casual game and I recommend it for and old school shooter that wants to hunt animals for fun.
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16 of 34 people (47%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 5
game from 2009 with the name 2010 and the graphics from 2000...

for someone who grew up with duck hunt for the NES, this might be a good game, (ok if i think about it, duck hunt was actually more fun...)
but for everyone else its probably outdated and boring after a short time.

positive is that it has a good tutorial, a bunch of weapons to choose from, different gamemodes and also a wide range of animals, different environments to play.
the arcade like music is also good.

the hitbox seems a bit weird to me... you can shoot down several birds in a mission, without proper aiming, but its easy to miss a grown deer.

what could be a reason to buy this game? well you could say a steam sale, or the desire to get a computer hunting game! -> BUT:

unfortunately we live in the year 2014, and if you want to play a great and entertaining hunting simulator, there are much better and free alternatives. ( for example: www.thehunter.com).
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3 of 8 people (38%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 12, 2013
Best. Game. Ever.
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