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You're one of an an elite band of soldiers pitted against an overwhelming enemy who controls most of the world. Take on various missions ranging from assassination to demolition in an effort to defeat the enemy within a time limit.

Fully 3D, you have the choice to go anywhere you please during any mission. A focus is put on freedom of choice; there's no one way to complete a mission. You can take control of any vehicle in the game, and these range from riding pedal bikes and windsurfing, to vans and ambulances, to tanks and armoured cars, to battleships and helicopters. Your arsenal includes grenades, explosives, various gadgets and a handgun, though deadlier weapons are mounted on some of the vehicles. Or if you prefer, you can acquire an enemy uniform and sneak in rather than blast your way through.

There are also many structures to be found, many containing regular citizens who may be interacted with (talking to them, bribing them...), though there are also more specialised structures which may contain vehicles, ammo, or anything you might find useful to your mission.


Hunter Atari ST Your first mission
Hunter Atari ST Driving a tank
Hunter Atari ST Title screen
Hunter Atari ST Travelling by boat

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Computer and Video Games (CVG) Amiga Jul, 1991 95 out of 100 95
Datormagazin Amiga Jul, 1991 95 out of 100 95
Retro Gamer Atari ST Oct, 2004 92 out of 100 92
CU Amiga Amiga Aug, 1991 89 out of 100 89
Amiga Action Amiga Jul, 1991 89 out of 100 89
Amiga Format Amiga Mar, 1991 86 out of 100 86
Play Time Atari ST Oct, 1991 54 out of 100 54
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Amiga Sep, 1991 6.2 out of 12 52
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Atari ST Dec, 1991 6 out of 12 50
Power Play Amiga Sep, 1991 46 out of 100 46


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1001 Video Games

Hunter appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.
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