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Wild West Sheriff Game

Prairie is the French word for meadow from the original Latin word "pratum" and was used to describe the vast lands of long grass the mid-west of America that had hitherto been unseen by settlers more used to hills, mountains and forests. The prairies straddled the lowlands of Canada and most of middle northern America. Despite providing lush and fertile ground the prairies caused problems for the first settlers as their wooden ploughs struggled with the dense soil. This was later overcome with the introduction of a steel plough. In this wild west sheriff game you need to maintain law and order on the prairie. Don't worry too much about maintaining your local jail, just shoot the baddies dead on sight (they knew the risks!). Collect as much money and bounty as you can from the outlaws. To play this wild west sheriff game use your WASD keys for movement and hold down your spacebar to run.




 
 
 
 
 
 


 

Wild West Sheriff Game

 
 
 


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