virtual weed growing game

Virtual weed growing game

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.

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).

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.

Weed Firm 2: Back to College iOs

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.

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!

Three fun games for your iPhone or Android

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 .

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.

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

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

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

Developer Response ,

Update v2.6.1:
* Bug fixes! Our new, scent-free formula is safe for indoor use.
* Updated third party software!

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

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

What’s New

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!

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