Bow Hunter 2015
The most realistic bow hunting simulator
“In Bow Hunter 2015, players are thrown into a 3D detailed world where realistic bow-hunting techniques are utilized to hunt down deer.”
– Julie Morley (IndieRoot)
iEntertainment Network’s Bow Hunter 2015 Now Available on iOS
The most realistic bow hunting simulator arrives on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
CARY, N.C. — July 14, 2015 (OTCBB:IENT) — Tired of “hunting games” more akin to tedious shooting galleries? You’re in luck: iEntertainment Network’s latest game, Bow Hunter 2015, is now available for iOS devices after a successful Android launch earlier this year. Offering hunting enthusiasts a fully-realized 3D world where real bow hunting techniques can be used to maximum effect, Bow Hunter 2015’s realistic gameplay includes lifelike terrain, camouflage, special arrows, optics, powerful bows — and more than 200 hunts in locations all over the United States.
In Bow Hunter 2015, players compete for both in-game and real-life cash prizes against some of the top hunters in the world. The game incentivizes players to rely on smarts and advanced bows to hunt a variety of deer — both for venison and trophies.
Early on, players are equipped with modest upright bows — and as they gain experience, they can upgrade their gear. Players will also have access to real-world accessories essential to bow hunting — including rangefinders (used to measure distance), optics, special arrows, and a variety of camouflage. Just like in real life, arrows are affected by the wind speed and will sink after a certain distance — so hunters will need to be patient to line up the perfect shot!
Some missions require hunting a variety of white tail, mule and blacktail deer for venison — so any shot is fair game; other missions are for trophies — where players are forced to hit behind the head. If players are feeling confident, they can participate in competitions against other players for real cash prizes.
The Android version has now been updated to the same 2.0 feature set found in Bow Hunter 2015 iOS.
“Bow Hunter 2015 for iOS includes everything we learned from the Android release,” says JW “Wild Bill” Stealey, CEO of iEntertainment Network. “Arrows are cheaper and more plentiful, and both animal behavior and positioning have been greatly improved — resulting in more exciting hunts all around. If you ever wanted to stalk deer with 360 degrees of movement and realistic locations and ballistics, then Bow Hunter 2015 is for you.”
- Large, detailed 3D terrains that allow players to roam or stalk hunts from treestands
- Not an arcade game; it takes time to learn how to stalk and shoot
- Real-world ballistics, with realistic damage models for weapons and arrows
- Four U.S. hunting regions: Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, and Southwest
- Real prize tournaments for top hunters
Pricing and Availability
Bow Hunter 2015 is a free-to-play title for iOS and Android. The game is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and Android devices (tablets and phones) with at least 1GB of RAM and a dedicated GPU.
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About iEntertainment Network
iEntertainment Network Inc. (IENT), founded in 1994, develops mobile and desktop games — hosting its online games for subscription and microtransaction revenues. IENT also sells single-player versions of its online games on Steam and other download sites. IENT staff and management have developed more than 500 successful games since 1982, when JW Stealey founded MicroProse Software. Many of these games have sold more than 1,000,000 copies including the world famous Civilization, F-15 Strike Eagle, Gunship, and Pirates. To learn more about iEntertainment Network, please visit www.IENT.com
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