The controversial free game ‘Weed Firm” rocketed to the top of Apple’s App Store charts. It sat at first place on the UK’s free apps chart before it was pulled by Apple.
In the game, players grew and sold simulated cannabis in order to fulfill a number of tasks and ultimately accrue an enormous personal wealth. Along the way, gamers had to bribe the police and fox gangsters; there were also sexual undertones with certain customers – one of which offered a lap dance for cash.
The game was also previously known as Weed Farm, once available on numerous unofficial Android markets until it was also removed. Some of them still offer it, but you will obviously have to turn off the protection option in your device’s security before it will download and install. It’s not available on Google Play although rival marijuana growing simulation game Weed Farmer is, along with many other related apps.
Developer Manitoba Games presented a disclaimer that said: “The creators of this game do not encourage the cultivation or use of cannabis. The plot of this game is solely a work of fiction and should be viewed only as such”.
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