game where you grow weed

The Bud Farm series has been around since the advent of weed farming games and is widely regarded as one of the better ones. The loading screen consists of parody newspaper headlines such as “Stoners start their own country: Why didn’t we think of this sooner!?”. The gameplay is pretty straightforward; it’s a basic click and drag to plant your seeds, water, and trim. The game uses real strain names such as Northern Lights, Maui Wowie, etc., unlike the first game’s indica, sativa, and bush weed. Leveling up rewarded useful items, and you were not constantly coerced into buying them.

So, in the spirit of journalism, we played some of the most popular mobile weed games to separate the good from the bad, so you don’t have to. You’re welcome.

The growing in the game is more accurate than in other online weed growing games. Watering and caring for your plants requires more than just pointing and clicking on said plants; you have to actually make the motions to do so. You also have to deal with pests, such as spider mites .

Video games and weed are simpatico, but what about when you combine them? I’m talking, of course, about video games about weed. While you might not have much luck finding a weed-themed console game, there are plenty of other places you will find them.

Activities such as watering your plants, feeding them nutrients , etc., cost you energy (much like they do in real life). Pretty quickly, you run out and have to regularly replenish your energy; otherwise, the game will nag you until you do. Pretty early on in the game, you receive a fridge, which partially replenishes your energy bar. As your operation grows (pun sort of intended), it becomes more challenging to maintain your energy. If you do not want to wait the two minutes to recover what is probably one-sixth of your energy, you have the option of watching an ad (of which there are plenty) or purchasing it (real money, not in-game currency).

Weed Firm 2: Back to College iOs.

Can you smoke weed in this game : Yes, you smoke a ton of weed. This increases your respect among your clientele and helps add a couple points to your energy meter. Just like in real life!

Playability: This game is actually quite playable without ads. We only came across a couple of ads during gameplay, and they were by choice to avoid spending money. This game will not let you go idle, however. Your plants very quickly become infested with spider mites, which of course, ruins the quality of your plants and affects your progress. A particularly annoying thing with this game is that it can take a couple of minutes to update when you complete tasks. There were a couple of occasions where the job would not update as completed even after restarting the app, causing you to dismiss the completed job to progress.

As you progress through the levels, you are rewarded with more strains to try, earning you more money and more customers. Level 7 unlocks the dispensary, in which you can create your own custom sales and wait for people to buy them. Knowing how to price your herb is key to making sales!

Can you smoke weed in this game: No, there is no opportunity to smoke weed in this game, but that is not to say that you cannot smoke weed yourself while playing this game. Lord knows that I certainly did.

The game’s premise is this: your grow gets busted, and now you have to start from scratch to become the Tony Montana of weed. You start by growing your plants one at a time, regularly watering them, feeding them nutrients until you harvest your crop, and sell your goods to your friendly neighborhood potheads. Selling them weed and smoking joints with them earns you respect, which gets you better deals in the long run. If you want to get rid of a customer, you can “diss” them by flipping them off, but this loses you respect.

Playability : This game is unplayable unless you purchase an item to unlock the ad-free mode. Otherwise, you are relentlessly bombarded with ads. If you are playing in ad-free mode, the game is much more enjoyable but expensive. To purchase items like nutrients, you have to first actually buy them to unlock them after you run out of the initial supply the game gives you. I’m new to the world of online weed gaming, but I have played enough games to know when a game consists entirely of microtransactions, and this game is guilty as sin.

This game starts off very quickly. There is no tutorial. You are given a plant to grow and collect coins from. After you have gathered enough coins, you are given another strain to grow and collect coins from. A certain amount of coins is required to unlock the next strain. This game is not so much about the growing and more about coin mining.

Wiz Khalifa’s Weed Farm is all about collecting cash. It was a lot less hands-on than the other games. This worked out great because it let me multitask instead of spending the time with my eyes glued to my phone. This game rewards you with oodles and oodles of coins, and you can double or triple your profits by either watching an ad or spending gems. Water is unlimited, which is nice, if not unrealistic. You can play music for your plants which I always thought was nice, though I assume you are playing Wiz Khalifa’s music, which would not be my first choice.

If you are reading this page, we already have one thing in common: we think weed is awesome. You know what else is awesome? Video games.

Super Fun Weed Growing Games for your Smart Phone.

Few things pair together quite as well as smoking weed and playing video games. Sure, you could enjoy a good book, but pot can be a little distracting. Video games are also distracting, which is why they are great to play when you do not want to think too much. It’s also why many people can’t smoke weed without playing video games .

Being a noob to the world of free mobile weed gaming, it wasn’t clear what to expect. When searching “weed games” in the Apple store, Weed Firm 2 was the first option. The tutorial opens up with “this is my recipe for never being sad” by WF Project, a catchy tune to be sure. It was intriguing enough to Shazam it. Not off to a bad start Weed Firm!

Wait, are you talking about mobile games? Are there any weed games for iPhone and Android? Yes, there are tons of mobile games out there for both platforms. The market is absolutely saturated with weed growing games . This means that you have a lot to choose from. There are some good games out there for your smartphone. However, unfortunately, a lot of what you have to choose from is crap.

Playability: This game allows you to progress in idle mode, which I value in a mobile game. While mobile games can be very addicting at first, after a certain point, it’s easy to get bored and stop playing if you cannot play the game on idle mode. If you want a good weed farming game to play on idle, this is a great game. Other than the coin mining, there did not seem to be a lot to it.

Bud Farm iOs.

Now your digital tomato is stored immutably on a distributed ledger, provably yours and just like other digital assets, it’s free to trade.

Earning SEED will be directly linked, just like in real life, to your FLOWERs. Once your planted FLOWERs have completed their life cycle, Flowerpatch have planned that your FLOWERs can be harvested for SEED, and sometimes NUG.

But let’s not be coy, we’re all friends here. Some virtual crops are more fun than others. Sure, that wheat makes great bread. Your corn is as sweet as they come. But some prefer Cannabis over cucumbers. It’s just one of those things.

Nugbase.

The tokenization of virtual property and items on the blockchain can turn your little vegetable patch, or huge agricultural empire, and all the rare and wacky crops which come with it, into a real world asset in the form of a non-fungible token, a digital representation of a unique item.

With the taboo around one of the oldest cultivated plants on Earth eroding, and the medicinal benefits of cannabis extracts being scientifically recognized, it seems like there’s never been a better time to virtually grow cannabis. And the developers at Nugbase are inclined to agree.

Nugbase’s SEED tokens are going to be the tokens of the Flowerpatch economy. SEED will be an ERC20 token, which will be spent by players within the Flowerpatch world for things such as new FLOWERs and farm upgrades, functioning as the games only currency.

In traditional farming games, the virtual farm you spent hours and hours building, and your precious crops, are all stored either on a console hard drive, or if it’s an online game, they’re simply on a centralized server. Despite you working hard for them, they’re never actually yours. But what if there was a way to turn your virtual ranch and prized tomato into an immutable and scarce digital asset? That’s where blockchain comes in.

Farming games are fun, because unlike other genres where you mindlessly blast your way through alien hordes or fill the boots of a WWII G.I. Joe, farming sims keep your creative cup flowing, a constant source of inspiration for players who like to take time perfecting their little patch of paradise.

Nugbase’s answer to decentralized cannabis farming is centred around ‘FLOWER’ cards. Each FLOWER card represents a unique and collectable cannabis genome, with many of them found in real life.

W hilst it takes a whole load of effort to be a real farmer (hats off to them), with farming games, you get all the warm fuzzy feelings associated with a bumper harvest, without waking up before sunrise to defrost your tractor. Bored of tending those fava beans? Don’t want to milk the cows? Save and log off, and you’re done for the night — perfect.

The Flowerpatch.app Game World.

Flowerpatch players can trade FLOWER cards between each other, provably and immutably on the blockchain.

But what about a whole farming game on the blockchain, with it’s own decentralized marketplace, digital asset crops, and virtual world? That’s what Nugbase are building.

And game developers worked this out early-on. The first farming games were pretty simple. The first real dedicated farming simulator which gained widespread recognition was Harvest Moon, a SNES game released in 1996, which let players, well… farm.

Players can access the Flowerpatch game world through their web browsers, but they’ll need some FLOWERs to plant! At the moment, early game adopters can buy and trade their FLOWERs on the OpenSea network, a peer to peer marketplace built specially for cryptographic collectables.

In addition to their intrinsic value derived from their scarcity, like the cryptographic cats and dogs of CryptoKitties or Tron Dogs, players can plant their FLOWER cards, and breed different strains.

Why is Blockchain Good for (Virtual) Farmers?

Farming games have existed throughout the history of gaming, but just as mechanization changed the face of real agriculture, blockchain is promising to change the way we play farming games, starting with cannabis cultivation.

So in addition to FLOWER tokens being digital assets which are provably yours, like CryptoKitties, you can plant, harvest them and breed flowers together to get great rewards both in game and in real life.

Breeding has the potential to yield new and unique strains of FLOWER, each with different visual appearance, stats, and even the chance to be of a high rarity.

Want to find out more about the Flowerpatch game?

Nugbase are an independent blockchain gaming company based in the Mountain View area, California. Like the open, blockchain based world they’re building, Nugbase have a self-management philosophy to game development.

Why would it, there’s only so many ways you can virtually farm, right? Wrong.

I’ve been playing the game for the past year and thought I was progressing nicely, until someone in my enterprise showed me the highlights of trading in the dispensary and global market. After upgrading and maxing your factories and houses, and trailers. upgrade the town. it starts to get boring. until the trading was introduced to me! The other players used a different term, but I call it GROWTH with STRATEGY! Grow your strains, do City Hall Tasks, sell your goods in the dispensary and buy goods in the Global Market! This is where you can spend more game time, and GROW to one day reach Hemperor status! The Enterprise is great to trade with your team, but again. boring, and too limited. Has potential, but Hempire is not focused on making the Enterprise better for gameplay. Suggestions have been sent and ignored. Customer Service is touch and go! They are currently rooting the answers, which is so not cool. They are currently no addressing the issue submitted, so it is either someone that can’t read or a robot! Service used to be stellar – but it has dwindled tremendously and I have to rise to Hey – I’m not stupid and this isn’t the first time on a computer or this game! Then, I get attention by a brain! Other than that, the game has great potential to be even better – if they listen to the players input! Not for children!

Live your dream of running a marijuana empire and become a pot-savvy plant tycoon. Make partnerships, new friends, and most of all, become the Hemperor in the dopest game on mobile. What are you waiting for? Do you have what it takes to build a Hempire? Let’s get growing!

Grow a cannabis empire. Your pot-ential is limitless.

Updated: Hempire is adding new content to the game! It’s updating now! Can’t wait to see!

Compete Against Your Friends •Join the Hempire Cup and compete against other players •Create an enterprise, invite your friends to chat and play •Shoot up leaderboards with your customized strains •Fill orders and ship products at the Train Depot.

Developer Response ,

For full Update notes, visit the Cafe in-game! Follow @hempiregame on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram, and stay lifted!

Please note Hempire is a free-to-play experience, but some game items are available for purchase using real money. A network connection is also required.

Build a Marijuana Enterprise •Upgrade and repair your grow equipment •Invest in your city with cool, fun decorations and special items •Fix and clean up your town •Sell items and products to earn more money •Make deals, grow your pot farm, expand your business.

Update v2.5.0 * Bug fixes! New formula is 50% more effective on spider mites. * Updated game plugins!

Let’s Grow! •Grow weed and popular strains like Northern Lights, Hindu Kush, Jack Herer, and many more! •Prefer Indica? Sativa? Why not grow both!? •Breed new strains and hybrids in the Lab •Customize your favorite strains and grow some tasty buds •Turn your weed farm into a thriving cannabusiness.

I got into this game because I have become bored with Wiz Khalifa‘s weed farm which I still play but it became to be a bit repetitive and I wanted a cannabis growing game that was more detailed in involved with the cab is growing process. You know Jessica something a little different. I happen to see an ad about the game and downloaded I was really excited and enjoy did it first I get the wording on plants select your strain breed strains clean up the city increase net worth various other things. I did get a little frustrated with the game after a little bit because being that the game is structured like a cannabis version of GTA there are certain things that you have to do before you can progress to other levels and do other things being a novice at this I wasn’t aware of how to get around it but once I read the guide which is easily accessible directly from the game it was much easier to learn what to do. The challenge and nature of the game I like because I don’t like Wiz Khalifa‘s weed farm is not a simple love pick a strain have to get some coin harvest them and start over this game actually takes thought and strategy to play which is why I like it especially since I’m starting to really get the hang of it now. Empire is a really good game for those that want to play weed growing game where you have to strategize and you want to game that’s a little bit more involved in terms of building an actual cannabis business.

Edit; I emailed Andrew, and he was super helpful and kept in communication the whole time he was trying to resolve the issue. I feel that he went above my expectations to make sure I was satisfied with the resolution and I deeply appreciate it, considering the bad taste I had in my mouth for the support efforts. Overall, I’m glad that I decided to stay!

Create Cannabis Products •Bake cookies, brownies, and other weed infused goodies! •Craft hash, kief, shatter, rosin, oils, and other marijuana concentrates •Breed hybrid strains to make strong, high yielding tasty buds •Push your goods, trade and sell weed for profit.

Make Money & Generate Profit •Manage the dispensary and sell your hemp products •Supply your exclusive clientele or fill orders at Weed on Wheels •Grow net worth, invest your earnings in local businesses and real estate •Renovate buildings, fix the streets, build your cannabis empire.

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Ratings and Reviews.

Hey Bud, we appreciate all feedback from our players, and we do take it into account when planning future changes for Hempire. However, not all ideas, as great as they are, are viable for the future of our game. When writing into Support the first thing they do is to triage the issues. The troubleshooting can seem a bit mundane for players with more tech experience, but we do our best to make sure everyone gets the assistance they need as quickly as we can. Sometimes the problem is not clear from our end, or it requires further help from our tech team, so all I can say is we appreciate your patience and understanding while we try to resolve issues.

I used to love this game! I mean in all actuality the game itself is great, but imagine putting months of time into something and then one day, because of an update, it’s gone, including the money you spent on in app purchases. and no one will help you get it back, they won’t even return the messages. Imagine how frustrating that can be before you download this game because it could happen. My game got stuck during the update(I updated it and it didn’t ever actually update, causing an error) and I wasn’t able to access it. I was instructed by support to uninstall the app (no one told me it would delete all game progress) after FOUR days, I get a generic response from Dan, the support guy, who was absolutely NO help and even now, as I decided to rebuild my Hempire, I’m still getting no assistance from support, not even an I’m sorry. What kind of customer service is that. so, all in all, if you can live without contacting support, or needing any kind of assistance at all, download it! It’s fun! Definitely keeps you busy.

I really like it although it’s very challenging.