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"This was entirely Apple's decision, not ours," Manitoba Games wrote on Weed Firm's web page. "We guess the problem was that the game was just too good and got to number one in All Categories, since there are certainly a great number of weed based apps still available, as well as games promoting other so-called 'illegal activities' such as shooting people, crashing cars and throwing birds at buildings."

At least, not this specific game. Weed Firm, a popular app that allowed players to experience "the vicious and lawless career of Mr. Ted Growing," was recently pulled from the app store according to the developers , Manitoba Games.

You can find places to buy weed on the app store. You can rate different strains of weed. You can download apps that teach you more about marijuana, or get apps that will give you various cosmetic weed changes to your phone. You can even roll fake joints. You can't, however, download a game where you grow marijuana.

The developers say they're going to bring the game back, with some alterations.

Other games, such as Weed Farmer and Weed Tycoon, remain active on the app store for now—but these games weren't as popular or as well-rated as Weed Firm was.

"The Apple version might need to be censored a bit to comply with Apple's strictest requirement since they are going to be looking very attentively at what we submit from now on," they say.

Game where you grow weed

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.

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.

The Game World

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.

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.

Except instead of tomatoes, players can grow and trade ‘FLOWERs’ — representing cannabis buds, in the Flowerpatch game world.

Why is Blockchain Good for (Virtual) Farmers?

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.

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.