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Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl

Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download

Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl

Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl It seems like a lifetime ago now, but there was a time when I woke up before dawn, geared up in blaze-orange attire, and took to the woods of Maine in pursuit of the elusive whitetail deer. I was a freshman in high school and desperately wanted to fit in at our new school where hunting, not “playing Nintendo,” was the preferred hobby of my peers. It turns out I much preferred staying indoors and playing video games to standing outside in the frigid Maine autumn while nothing happened for hours at a time. Thankfully, Hunting Simulator 2 combines a hobby I didn’t enjoy too much as a teen with one I still love to this day. While I don’t go hunting anymore, almost everyone I know is obsessed with it (I still live in Maine), and I have been known to stalk whitetail with a camera rather than a loaded rifle. Hunting Simulator 2 scratches the primordial hunter-itch I didn’t know I still had, while allowing me to stalk prey from the comfort of my home office. Plus there are zero bloodstains to contend with, which is another bonus. As a simulation, it does a great job, and as a game, it also succeeds. It sacrifices some realism for the sake of quality of life, sure, and it lacks any kind of concrete goals, but at the end of the day, I found Hunting Simulator 2 a fun and oddly relaxing way to spend some time. I’ll just get this one out of the way immediately: you can pet the dog. In fact, it helps build your bond with the canine companions that venture out into the wilderness with you. You start off with a beagle, adept at sniffing out tracks and putting you on the path to a trophy, but you can add more dogs to your kennel as you progress. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl
Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl

Each dog breed is specialized for a task: pointers will “point” in the direction of a hidden animal, while retrievers do exactly what their name implies. There are zero bloodstains to contend with, which is a bonus. I found out the importance of bringing along a retriever (I named him Puppers and he’s a good boy) when I went duck hunting and discovered I couldn’t swim out to get my trophies. No respectable outdoorsman would leave carcasses like that, and I was appropriately fined when I returned to my hunting lodge. I really like how Hunting Simulator 2 requires you to bring along the right dog for the job. You can choose to hunt without any companions, but they’re super useful for small prey, and if you’re going to hit your bag limit, they’ll expedite the process by retrieving, pointing, and following scent trails. There’s more than just dogs to add to your hunting lodge: you can purchase gear, new guns, and even bows to spice things up a bit. The selection of hunting guns is huge, and Hunting Simulator 2 has officially-licensed firearms from companies like Winchester, as well as officially-licensed outdoor gear from outfitters like Browning. The licensed apparel and firearms make for a more realistic setting, with names instantly recognizable to anyone who hunts as a hobby. On top of guns and apparel, there are binoculars and range finders, as well as consumables like scent lures, scent-covers, and wind-direction indication sprays. They’re easy to use: pushing a button brings up your item wheel and it’s a simple matter of hitting the action button to use them.

Lots of trees but where are the animals!?!

They’re all really useful, particularly the wind indicators. Initially I didn’t think the wind direction made a difference, but after my virtual-scent alerted my presence to a trophy elk, I made sure my item list for the next hunt included a bottle. After you’re fully outfitted with your guns and gear (and dog, of course), you select from one of six different locations, grouped into three geographical areas. There are two Colorado locations, two in Texas, and two European hunting grounds. Each location has its own different geography and animals, although there is some crossover between them, as is the case in real life (for example, real whitetail deer are damn near everywhere in the US now). I found it relaxing, especially with the ambient sounds of the wind and birds chirping in the distance. Aside from the different animals to hunt, and different scenery and terrain, maps are tied together with campsites, a cabin, and different towers and blinds to discover. Campsites are fast-travel locations, only unlocked after discovery, and they’re spread out pretty well over the massive maps. My instinct was to run around the maps like a madman, but you actually get penalized for doing so: animals are much more likely to hear you running than walking, and you actually see fewer. Walking feels incredibly slow, almost to the point of frustration, but once I learned to zero in my patience, I was rewarded by finding more animals, and even finding more evidence of animals like tracks and droppings. Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition

Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl
Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl

It’s truly a walking simulator, but once I adjusted, I found it relaxing rather than annoying, especially with the ambient sounds of the wind and birds chirping in the distance. Since this is a simulator and not a “game,” the hunting is pretty realistic insomuch as it takes a lot of walking and waiting before you see anything worth aiming at. Hunting Simulator 2 also doesn’t allow you to just blast away at every animal no matter what the caliber rifle or gauge of shotgun you have. A .30-06, ideal for large game like deer, elk, and bison, would completely obliterate a bobcat or wild boar. If you aim at one with the wrong gun, Hunting Simulator 2 warns you you’re using the wrong caliber. If you fire anyway, you ruin your trophy and the prospect of collecting the credits needed to buy more gear and licenses. As fun as it is walking around the maps, I wish Hunting Simulator 2 had some kind of mission structure. There are achievements, sure, but what ended up happening is I’d grab two guns (one high-powered, one smaller-caliber), pack up my gear and wander the countryside shooting as many of God’s creatures as I could before I reached my license limit or ran out of ammo. A mode asking me to, say, bring home my bag-limit of mallards or hunt only whitetail deer would have narrowed down the focus of what’s currently a pretty open-ended experience. Waiting until just the right moment to fire off that perfect shot holds a lot of the appeal of the real thing. The license system works to prevent you from bringing home a Noah’s-ark’s worth of trophies, but you need to make sure you have the right licenses before you head out into the field.

One man and his dog

Each geographic location requires a license to hunt, with separate licenses for the different kinds of animals. For example, you can hunt whitetail with a Texas whitetail license, but you need to get a Colorado whitetail license to hunt them in Colorado. I learned that the hard way when I spent 20 minutes wandering the Texas backcountry only for Hunting Simulator 2 to warn me I was unlicensed when I finally aimed at a pronghorn in the distance. The actual act of hunting is thrilling. Stalking an animal through the wilderness and waiting until just the right moment to fire off that perfect shot holds a lot of the appeal of the real thing. Thankfully, Hunting Simulator 2 pumps the brakes a bit after you down your prey: you’re not required to gut it out or drag it out of the woods to your cabin. Just approach it, push a button, and it’s magically delivered there. I appreciate the quality of life touches, because hauling a deer out of the woods is, quite literally, a drag. Hunting Simulator 2 is set in three different locations each with two different hunting reserves. The locations are Colorado, Texas and Europe. From forests to meadows and wetlands, each area has the correct animals for the location and environment. There are 33 mammals and birds to hunt and the AI is designed so that they act as they would in the wild. Indeed if you are lucky you will witness the larger animals hunting their smaller prey. This makes both easier to kill but it’s not something I saw very often. The animals go from small birds right up to grizzly bears. HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED

Hunting Simulator 2 Free Download Unfitgirl
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Each of the 33 require different tactics and different weapons to hunt. Using the wrong calibre on an animal results in an instant fine so it’s not a case of blasting away at everything with the same gun. Planning is required and this is designed to make the experience as close to a real hunt as possible. You overall base for the game is the rather plush hunting lodge which seems to have a magic portal to all of the areas. At the lodge, you can purchase weapons, equipment and hunting aids and there is even a shooting range to try out your new purchases. There are over 160 weapons, accessories and items of clothing from all the well-known hunting brands such as Winchester, Browning and Kryptek. It’s also here that you can choose a canine companion to join you on your hunts. This is a new edition to the Hunting Simulator franchise. You can choose either a Labrador Retriever, a German Short Haired Pointer or a Beagle. Each dog has different skills and attributes. My favourite was the Labrador as not only was he cute he was also able to retrieve game that had fallen into water or other tricky to search areas. I named my Labrador Wilson after my own real-life four-legged friends as they kind of looked alike. There is no option to actually name your dog, I’m just a bit sad! The initial tutorial pairs you up with a trusty canine companion and takes you through how to track, kill and bag your first animal. It’s a good introduction but doesn’t be fooled that subsequent hunts will be that easy and quick.

More trees but still not animals!!!

Tracking alone can take a considerable amount of time and even then if you mistime the shot the animal will leg it most often never to be seen again and you are back to square one. On my first play, I accidentally bypassed the tutorial and made the mistake of spending pretty much all of my credits buying all of the licences for Colorado. This left me with hardly anything with which to buy a weapon. The only thing I could afford was a crossbow. My second mistake was to run around the forest basically crashing through the trees and generally blundering about. This scared off pretty much every animal within a hundred-mile radius and made my initial time with the game dull and frustrating. The correct way to play is to track the animals via their footprints, droppings or other signs of their presence and patiently stalk them until you are in a position to take a shot. Your canine companion can help you track but will need to develop his or her skills. Early on your trusty mutt can be easily distracted by passing butterflies or just simply lose the trail. Practice does eventually make perfect although I found myself to be quicker at tracking than my faithful Lab. However you do it, it takes time and requires a lot of patience. Hunting Simulator 2 is designed to make the experience as realistic as possible. In that regard you are fined if you kill an animal you don’t have a license for, use the wrong calibre weapon or shoot a female animal. This can be frustrating as it takes time to bag animals to earn credits so any deduction will hinder your progress. HUMANKIND

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With each animal bagged you have the option to sell it for credits or keep it to (I believe) turn into a trophy to display in the lodge. I didn’t exercise the latter option as I wanted to earn more credits to buy a better weapon and get more licenses. The licenses are not unlimited and will need to be renewed when you have reached the limited number of animals allowed per licence. Credits are needed to upgrade all your gear including clothing. You can also buy hunting aids such as animal calls and scent masking sprays. One area where the game is lacking in realism is that wind and distance don’t seem to have any effect whatsoever on your shots. Having played a fair few Sniper games I am quite used to having to take distance and wind speed and direction into account. This simply not appear to be a thing in Hunting Simulator 2 which is a shame. With the need for different calibre weapons for different animals, you aren’t able to have a multiple loadoutss to cover all eventualities. Hunting cabins act as a mini-hub area where you can change your weapons, refill ammo and claim the animals you have killed. If you don’t claim the animals at the cabin before returning to the hunting lodge you will lose them and not get any credits for them. Each area is a fairly big open-world area. Cabins, tents and various hunting hides are discoverable across the map and enable fast travel. You can also mark the locations of different types of animal on your map to assist you when returning to an area.

This ties in with the animals only being found in their correct habitats. This is useful if you don’t have the correct licence at the time as you can mark where the animals are found making it easier when you return to the area with the correct licence. Hunting Simulator 2 was built using the Unreal 4 engine and therefore you would expect it to look good. The locations are stunning in their own right so you would think they would easily translate digitally however, in all honesty, I found the graphics to be a bit off. Parts of the scenery can be blurry and the draw distance is surprisingly poor. Things tended to pop into existence which was a bit off-putting. My hunter also seemed able to walk through tree trunks both big and small. This was all a little bit disappointing and detracted from the realism Hunting Simulator 2 is obviously striving for. This might just be me but I found the abundance of butterflies to be a bit annoying and distracting and some of them were a little bit out of scale (i.e. massive). I often mistook a butterfly for a bird, especially as they appeared rather large in the sky. There is also an abundance of daisy-like flowers which from a short distance away look like animal tracks. Their presence became annoying when I was looking for my next target. This will sound a bit strange but to me, the whole environment whilst pretty was a bit lifeless despite the plague of butterflies. I suppose however that if it was teeming with huntable animals the game would be rather easy. The lighting effects were very good however and overall the graphics are solid rather than spectacular.

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Storage: 17 GB available space
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  2. At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
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  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
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