Top five weed based party games
We are lucky to live in a world where weed is so accessible. It's a brand-new era. One where weed is less stigmatized and most importantly, legal. Now that people no longer have to worry if a nosy neighbor will be calling the cops, there are a lot more folks turning to cannabis as their recreational drug of choice. Weed offers a more relaxed environment than alcohol, with a lot less vomit involved. It can also be a cheaper alternative, as guests can be asked to bring their own to contribute or to make edibles to share. Unfortunately, legalization is so new there isn’t anywhere near as many board games dedicated to getting high, as there is to alcohol. Since finding these rare gems can be a challenge, we decided to compile a list to make things easy for you. Entertain and impress with these top 5 weed games.
Be the owner of your very own business. The game where you grow, buy, sell or trade your way up. While trying your hardest to keep up to the ever-growing demand for your buds, you will also be dealing with minor setbacks like being kicked out of your parent’s basement. The player that ends the game with the most money wins. This board game can be found here on Amazon and is well worth the price. Offering hours of fun at every unpredictable turn. This game is based on the stereotype of your average small-time dealer’s daily struggles.
Monopoly with a twist! This one can also be found on Amazon. Tractoryour way through marijuana fields with the goal being to be the first to reach the end stoned. While other players canslow your progress with hit cards that are full of challenging tongue twisters and questions like, name at least five slang words for marijuana. If you answer correctly, you might find yourself a weedopolist before you know it!
You can play this game easily, as long as you have anything to stack or regular Jenga blocks. Take each block and write little tasks on them. Like puff pass or take two hits. I love this one because you can get creative and set your own comfort levels. You can have tasks as small as take one hit, or as large as smoking an entire blunt. The same rules as regular Jenga apply, only for each block you pull you must complete the written task before moving on.
This vintage card game was first created in 1979. This one may be an oldie, but there’s a reason it's been around so long. In Grass, you are a black-market dealer. The object of the game is to make it to $250 000 by selling your bud. If you get there first, you win. Slow your opponent’s progress with cards like “search and seizure,” or by stealing their buds when they aren’t looking. Watch out as all players have these abilities. They will try to take your stash too. If you're looking for a good laugh and a fast-paced game this one is perfect for you. Find it here on Amazon now, and you could be dealing by tomorrow!
If dabbing is your thing, then you have to try Dab Out. Weed based board games are rare, but finding one specifically dedicated to dabbing is nearly impossible. This one can be purchased at http://www.daboutboardgame.comand is a blast to play. For this game, when told to dab you can choose how much to take. It’s more of a mental challenge than a challenge of the lungs. While it is a card-based game, it has a complete board and comes with the most comprehensive set of game pieces I have ever seen. The object of Dab Out is to collect skunk cards as fast as you can. The first player to obtain seven wins. To earn a skunk card, you must make your way around the entire board and pass the start square. Almost every other square is a dab square, meaning you have a 50% chance of having to take a dab every time you roll the dice. If you want to ensure everyone leaves feeling twisted, then this is the game for you.
Remember to check how high your guests are before you let them drive home. It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle under the influence of marijuana anywhere in Canada. Have fun and enjoy responsibly.