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Deer Hunter 2005 Fast Facts
- Deer Hunter 2005 was released in September 22, 2004
- The game was developed by Southlogic Studios
- The game was published by Atari, Inc.
- The game was released for Windows only
- Deer Hunter 2005 is part of the Deer Hunter series of hunting simulation titles. Other games in the series include Deer Hunter (1997); Deer Hunter 2: The Hunt Continues (1998); Deer Hunter 3: The Legend Continues (1999); Deer Hunter 4: World-Class Record Bucks (2000); Hunting 5: Tracking Trophies (2001); Deer Hunter 2003 (2002); and Deer Hunter 2004 (2003)
- The Deer Hunter series is considered by many to be the most realistic hunting simulation available
- A level editor was included that allowed map customization and new maps are available for download from the Internet
- The original developer of the series was WizardWorks Software, which commissioned Southlogic to work on the series in 2003
- The Deer Hunter franchise was acquired by Glu Mobile in April 2012. The company is known for porting games to smartphones and tablets
- Outside the Deer Hunter series, Southlogic Studios has developed only a couple of titles, most notably Trophy Hunter 2003
- Atari, Inc. is one a major publisher of video games. Popular series include Alone in the Dark, Backyard Sports, Dragonball Z, Neverwinter Nights and the RollerCoaster franchise
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