In your quest for hunting's greatest
accomplishment, the Diamond Medal, you'll have to be your best if you are going
to bag all 32 different species and complete the GrandSlam.
Set your hunting strategy and map out the
area of choice as you pursue the ultimate dream of every hunter...the Safari
Club International's GrandSlam trophy! So whether you're tracking a gigantic
black bear in the Appalachian Mountains or the elusive Dall sheep in the
Northwest Territory, get ready for a hunting experience unlike anything you
have ever seen or played!!!
32 different species!
vast regions for endless gameplay!
track and hunt your prey with 1000s of authentic gear options!!
points for violations can be extremely costly
Minimum System Requirements:
98/ME/2000/XP Operating System
II 300 MHz or higher processor
MB Free Hard Disk Space
CD-ROM drive (600K/sec. Sustained transfer rate)
Accelerator compatible with Direct3D7 (8MB RAM)
November 27, 2021 Subject:
Works on RECENT machines!!
'Only works on older machines'... No! This game also works on recent machines. On condition that you delete the file 'Mssa3d2.m3d' which is in
the 'Miles' folder of the game! It is this file, and only this file, which is incompatible with recent Windows, not the game. DELETE THIS FILE!!
'Mssa3d2.m3d' is used to manage the old Aureal A3D 2 audio standard not used by our audio systems.
First run 'CabConf.exe' for the recognition of your hardware. In 1600x1200, on my Windows 7-64 bit, there is a bug with the bottom toolbar. No
problem. Turn 1280x1024 and it works, no more bug! If the first 2 lines of the graphics options in the game are blocked (another bug!), go to the game
folder, open 'CabelaGS2.cfg' (with Notepad) and set the resolution on the 3rd and 4th lines.
Cabela’s GrandSlam Hunting 2 was a very nice game for the time and even now. If you like hunting, this is a game to play.