Over the course of the hunt, in Trophy Hunter 2003 the skills of the hunter progressively develop. From the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of New Mexico to the Alaska Peninsula, players track elk, mountain goat, bighorn, mountain lion, wolf, caribou, moose and bear. Providing the ultimate hunting experience, Trophy Hunter 2003, developed by Southlogic Studios, allows players to use a variety of skills including tracking, hardiness and stealth among others.
In Bird Hunter 2003, developed by Sunstorm Interactive, virtual hunters use a sophisticated GPS/ mapping system to hunt 24 species of birds including turkey, upland birds, and waterfowl. Hunting in all types of weather conditions, players will have a wide variety of equipment to choose from such as vehicles, bird calls, decoys, blinds, binoculars, different gauged guns and shell types. Players can even create their own firearms.
Slated for an October release, Bird Hunter 2003 and Trophy Hunter 2003 will ship at a suggested retail price of $19.99.
About Sunstorm Interactive
Sunstorm Interactive, founded by Anthony Campiti who serves as the company's president, is a privately owned entertainment software developer, located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since its founding in 1995, Sunstorm Interactive has produced more than 45 games and is best known for creating the Deer Hunter series. For more information on Sunstorm, visit their website.
About Southlogic Studios
Southlogic Studios is a limited liability company based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The company was founded in 1996 and the following year produced, Guimo, a 2D platform game. Guimo was published in Europe and South America. Since then Southlogic Studios has been developing its own proprietary 3D technology, the Aspen Engine. Trophy Hunter 2003: Rocky Mountain Adventures will be the first published title to use that technology.