Big Cat Week: Quest for Survival
Big Cat Week is coming to Nat Geo WILD – and now you can look through the eyes of nature’s fiercest big cat, the African Lion. In this free, exclusive “First-Person Predator” game, take on the role of lioness and hunt the African Savanna for prey. You’ll have to be stealthy, fast, and brutal.
Go up against Zebra, Wildebeest, and more. Can you bring down the towering Giraffe? Encounter seven prey-animals in all, each harder to hunt than the last.
• Innovative red-light / green-light stealth mode – sneak up on prey when you are downwind. If they catch your scent too soon, you’re in for the chase of your life.
• Strategically select prey who will give you the biggest energy boost. Manage your energy throughout the hunt – run out and your time as pride leader is over.
• Get into the action with claw-swiping attacks to knock your prey off balance. Go for the jugular with jaw-pinching kill moves.
• Claim bragging rights and share your hunt on Facebook.
Big Cat Week returns Friday, November 29 on NatGeo WILD!
Version 2.1 offers you some great new features to enhance your quest!
· Re-playable tutorial level
· Reduced load times
· Minor bug fixes
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- Nov 24, 2013
- National Geographic Society
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