In brief, here's how it works. You select a weapon. A deer appears on the screen. The animal can be rotated to simulate various shot angles, and even made to stand or walk. As the deer is manipulated, comments appear on the top of the screen reflecting whether the deer is standing in a "great", "good" or "too narrow" angle. The user makes his decision and shoots the deer. Then the hit is evaluated. The program allows the user to peel back the whitetail's skin, skeleton, even the organs, to view how the arrow or bullet entered and exited the deer. If you're dissatisfied, you can "reload" and try again.