Deer Avenger

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Deer Avenger 3D
Deer Avenger (series)
Publisher(s)Simon & Schuster Interactive
ReleaseDeer Avenger: 1998
Deer Avenger 2: Deer in the City: August 31, 1999
Deer Avenger 3D: September 29, 2000
Deer Avenger 4: August 27, 2001
Mode(s)Single player

Deer Avenger is a series of video games about a deer who hunts humans. It was developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive and Hypnotix. It is a parody of the Deer Hunter series of games.


  • Deer Avenger
  • Deer Avenger 2: Deer in the City
  • Deer Avenger 3D
  • Deer Avenger: Open Season
  • Deer Avenger 4: The Rednecks Strike Back


The protagonist of the game is a deer named Bambo, a portmanteau of the action hero Rambo and the Disney character Bambi. He is a bipedal deer who hunts humans in a fashion similar to typical deer hunting in order to avenge all deer hunted by humans. Bambo mounts the heads of humans he kills on a wall in his cabin. He can tote a vast array of weapons ranging from slingshots to machine guns. He is voiced by Brian McCann, who frequently appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

In the first three games, Bambo had a sleek physique with a bandana tied around his forehead, a forest green hunting vest, and an ammo bandolier. However, in the fourth game, Bambo was given a broad-shouldered, muscular physique. The cause for this change was never explained.

Bambo is very crude and crass, often farting, and yelling obscenities and stereotypical jokes at his prey. He also is very sexually inclined, and is often portrayed having sex with a doe.

Starting with Deer Avenger 3D, polygon characters are used.

In the fourth edition of the game, as Bubba, now an angel, floats to Heaven he states will be back in Deer Avenger 5. However, a fifth game has yet to be made.

Deer Avenger: Stag Party is a box set containing the first two games in the series.

Deer Avenger: Open Season is a compilation of the first three games in the series.

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