10 Best Wii Hunting
Updated on: March 2023
Best Wii Hunting in 2023
Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013 - Nintendo Wii
Cabelas Dangerous Hunts 2013 with Double Gun | Nintendo Wii
Wii Cabela's African Adventures Bundle with Gun
Bass Pro Shops - The Hunt Bundle - Nintendo Wii
- Enhanced achievements and rewards
- Explore 8 different regions and 3 different seasons
- New and improved mini-games
- 100,000 Dollar tournament with real prizes
- Improved game mechanics, graphics and lighting
Wii/Wii-U Cabela's African Adventures Game w/Top Shot Elite Set 2-GUN BUNDLE
- Features vast hunting areas 5x the size of any other Cabela’s console game
- Highly memorable “Big 5”; challenging and fun boss animal fights. All-new, exciting storyline to explore.
- Enter and leave your vehicle anytime, anywhere while you take on large herds of stampeding buffalo, packs of predators, and dream prey across 5 different biomes!
- There are two exciting modes: Safari Mode: mission-based career progression; Shooting Galleries.
- A wide selection of firearms and load-outs to stalk, dodge, and grapple with the most ferocious beasts alive
Cabela's African Adventures - Wii
- Vast hunting areas 5X the size of any other Cabela's console game.
- Highly memorable 'Big 5'; challenging and fun boss animal fights.
- All-new, exciting storyline to explore.
- Take on large herds of stampeding buffalo, packs of predators, and dream prey across 5 different biomes.
- Enter and leave your vehicle anytime, anywhere.
- Wide selection of firearms and load-outs to stalk, dodge, and grapple with teh most ferocious beasts alive
Cabela's Hunting Expeditions - Nintendo Wii
- Majestic terrains from North America to Africa
- Discover and decipher the best way to take down the wide variety of animals
- Rewards will be granted for an accurate shot
- Inaccurate shots will leave gamers walking away empty-handed
Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013 with Gun - Nintendo Wii
- The World's Deadliest Animals - Face the world's deadliest predators in boss battles that will test your will to survive
- Shooting Galleries - Over 30 shooting galleries that will take cunning instinct and expert skill to make it out alive
- Multiplayer - Take on your friends in head to head and 4 player turn based multiplayer
- Includes Fearmaster gun for game
Cabela's North American Adventures
- North America’s Best: Travel from Mexico to Alaska for record trophies in the adventure of a lifetime!
- Star in a Hunting TV Show: A cameraman will film your exploits and at the end of your hunt, your actions will be captured in an episode of the show
- Custom Gun Builder: Customize your firearm for each hunting adventure
- Introduces new arcade-style shooting galleries designed for use with either the Wii remote and nunchuk or the Wii Top Shot peripheral (sold separately)
- Take on your friends and family in head to head simultaneous multi-player
Remington Super Slam Hunting North America - Nintendo Wii
- Only hunting game to allow cooperative play start to finish
- Four Person Multiplayer
- Only hunting game with online leaderboard with medals and achievement awards
- 20 plus real, licensed weapons and accessories
- From the publishers of the best selling game, Deer Drive
Apartment Hunting: Seven Things You Should Keep in Mind
A list of things you might forget to consider while touring apartments, especially if it is your first time on your own.
1. Electricity Outlets
Make sure electricity outlets are in appropriate places. Imagine furniture in the room and determine if the outlets are convenient, especially in the living room. Another place you may not consider to look at the outlets is the bathroom. Do you need to plug-in your razor, hairdryer, etc.? Make sure that there are outlets in the bathroom, or right outside of it.
Another caution is that some older buildings may have outlets without the third prong; this could be quite a shock when you try to plug in your microwave on move-in day!
Chances are that if you are moving from a dorm, you do not have many belongings to worry about. One thing you should keep in mind, however, is that you will accumulate knick-knacks, winter clothes, summer clothes, furniture, etc. Storage space is a premium in an apartment, and not just for your clothes in the bedroom closet.
You will need a place to store your cleaning supplies, including a vacuum, brooms and mops. A closet in the kitchen can also serve as storage for dry foods, spices, Tupperware, pots and pans. The bathroom also requires storage for towels, facecloths, make-up, soaps, shampoos, toilet paper, etc. Make sure there is a closet for the bathroom, or sufficient space for a storage unit.
3. Kitchen Space
Storage is important, but so is counter-top space. Even if you do not cook often, you will need space to prepare a sandwich and store your toaster, microwave, coffee maker etc. If there is not enough counter space, the kitchen should have enough room for a microwave cart, a hutch, or even a portable counter island. You will also need enough cabinet space to store your dishes and glasses, as well as food and lesser-used appliances.
If the apartment has baseboard heating, be sure to note how many walls the heating lines. For instance, if the living room only has heating on one wall, it will take longer to warm up than the bedroom with three walls of baseboard. While this may not be a huge concern, you might want to consider how cold it typically gets in the winter and where you spend the most of your time, especially if heat is not included in the rent.
Make sure the windows in the apartment close tightly and open easily. In the winter you'll want to minimize any chances of a cold draft; in the summer, you won't want your air conditioned air escaping. Windows should also open easily in case of an emergency.
Another aspect to consider when looking at the windows of various apartments is knowing which direction they face. Will the sun be streaming in at dawn or during the afternoon? You may have to buy dark, heavy drapes to keep the sun from overheating your apartment, so make sure curtains can be installed around the windows.
Check to see if the apartment has overhead lightning. Some apartments do not, so you would need to buy standing lamps and desk lamps in order to sufficiently light the rooms. Make sure light switches are in convenient places. Also make sure that there is sufficient light outside the apartment to get from your car to the door safely.
One of the most important aspects of an apartment is the neighborhood around it; you do not want to feel unsafe or unhappy in your own home. Call the local police and ask them about the neighborhood and their recommendations on living in the area. Local police should also have a listing of sex offenders in the area on their websites, or you can visit .
Is the apartment close to any schools, or a school bus stop? You may not want to be stuck behind a school bus every morning or hear loud children walking to the bus stop, etc. Drive by your potential apartment at different times during the day if you are able to. Make at least one trip while it is dark outside to see if the street is adequately lit.