Open you eyes! Open your ears! Control your hands! The forest surrounds you, the leaves tremble because of your breath, rainy sound is heard everywhere Hmm, what is it? Just an idyllic spring walk alone with only your thoughts and dreams? Almost. It is just an idyllic spring walk alone with your thoughts, your dreams, and your BIG GUN. Because it is Deer Drive! Its a real hunting Drive, and the leaves tremble because there are young, fast deer you can hunt.
Deer Drive is a photo- and physically-realistic hunting simulator. Look at those pretty landscapes and fearful animals running all over them. And your goal is to make those graceful creatures being dead trophies. The level of realism in the game amazes; its not only about the realism of landscapes or deer moves other natural conditions, like little squirrels (you can shoot them too) or huge grizzly bears (ok, you can hunt them also, but THEY can hunt YOU as well), make the picture really natural. Even deer are different: there are does that you may not kill (yeah, there is room for some humanism in the game). Many other cool things have place in the game, like arcade elements (you collect bonuses upon completion of levels or per-level «missions»).
And, finally, lets say a word on the humanism: playing Deer Drive is much more HUMANE than the real hunting (while having almost the same fascination)!
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