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Cabela's GrandSlam Hunting: North American 29 is the first to be released in the GrandSlam series. It was developed by Activision and released in the year 2000. The game was published by Activision, in conjunction with hunting supply company Cabela's. There are a few minor biological inaccuracies that occur in the game. Generally, the density of game is unrealistically high.
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