High West Distillery will donate $ 1 for every game played this month.
Strictly speaking, you can play “Prairie Dash” completely sober. But the dexterity and concentration required make it a lot more fun. with an adult drink in hand.
Like many online games for your mobile device, Prairie dash is simple to learn, highly addicting, and an easy way to spend hours of your day being unproductive. Well, at least that would be if High West Distillery didn’t pledge $ 1 for every game played this month (up to $ 50,000) to the American prairie reserve, a nonprofit organization committed to creating a 3 million acre protected habitat in northwestern Montana.
“We are committed to celebrating and conserving the beauty and nature of the West, the place we call home,” said Daniel Schear, General Manager of High West. “American Prairie is truly one of the most amazing projects of our time, and it has been an honor to work alongside their team to protect Western habitats today for future generations. We invite our community to join the movement as well, while enjoying a little friendly competition and sipping on one of our favorites, the American Prairie Bourbon.
Plus, one lucky player will win a trip to Park City, Utah, where the High West Distillery is located.
In the game, players help their pronghorn avatar navigate a series of rudimentary, yet deceptively difficult obstacles and tasks. This includes navigating both man-made and natural obstacles, as well as running through the landscape with the goal of reaching 61 mph – the antelope’s maximum speed.
Prairie dash only takes a few minutes, but those minutes quickly turn into an hour or more. Believe us, we have “tested” the game a number of times to see. And with a bourbon scoop, the stakes, the excitement, and the frustrations would only be higher.
The game is free and will only remain available during the month of June. In July, after the game ends, High West will select a player to receive a personalized visit to Park City.
Best of all, every time you play, you help support the ecosystems of the American prairies. Find out and enter to win here.