Wiz Khalifa's weed farm out today
"I play the shit all the time. Better than Pokémon."
So says Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa about his Weed Farm game, set for release on April 20. You know, 4/20. Get it?
Anyway, the premise of the game — which will be available on Apple App Store and Google Play — is to grow and harvest pot and then reinvest, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
According to a press release, it will "offer a glimpse into the future of legalized cannabis, and the opportunities it has already created for a new generation of entrepreneurs and marijuana enthusiasts alike. The game strives to create an authentic experience, capturing the state of the marijuana industry by seizing opportunities in entrepreneurial fashion, reinvesting into business, and compounding returns. In subsequent releases, the player will be able to expand their operations across the US and eventually the entire world as weed is legalized within the game."
Fans can get a sneak peek of the game by visiting weedfarm.wizkhalifa.com/.
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