Stoner Games Company Partners for 3D Weed Game
There’s no violence or gore in Haze Invasion; the player’s task is to get the invading aliens high enough that they must return to their ship. It’s harmless fun.
After 2 years developing marijuana-themed video games based in Flash, MarijuanaGames.org has published its first 3D video game. The company’s newest game was designed in Unity 3D and was developed by David Richard of HooDoo Development. The game, titled Haze Invasion, has been published on MarijuanaGames as part of a collaboration between the two developers.
An alien attack is the straight-forward plot behind Haze Invasion. The aliens advance through a massive cannabis crop while players mount a defense by burning marijuana plants near the extraterrestrial beings, thereby getting them “high.” When each alien is too high to proceed, a mother ship collects them by beaming them back up to the ship.
But if more than 2-3 aliens reach the player’s position in a wooden bunker, the beings will overwhelm the player using mind control in the form of bright blue beams of light.
The game’s creator, David Richard, said that he wanted to create an intense “thriller” style marijuana-themed video game, without all of the gratuitous violence attributed to many other video games.
“There’s no violence or gore in Haze Invasion; the player’s task is to get the invading aliens high enough that they must return to their ship. It’s harmless fun,” Richard said during a recent interview.
Haze Invasion is a “forever” video game, which means that there are no levels and there isn’t an “end” to the game. Aliens continue to advance on the player’s position, and as the game goes on there are more and more special events that occur.
For instance, a player can acquire an asteroid strike, which sends a huge ball of flame directly into the path of multiple aliens, ridding the field of these invaders in one fell swoop. At other times the player is bestowed with a burst of E-adrenaline and for a short period becomes faster and more accurate.
Russ Hudson, Editor-in-Chief of MarijuanaGames, stated that Haze Invasion’s Unity 3D format will allow more users to play the game on the site considering that all of the other games the company has designed are based in Flash. Flash was retired from Adobe support years ago, which means that most mobile devices cannot render the code.
“Our games are popular but they are not available to most mobile users due to the Flash format,” said Hudson. “Haze Invasion reaches a larger audience and provides our users with yet another awesome marijuana game to play with no strings attached. In fact, after collaborating with David Richard for this launch, we’re planning to release all of our next upcoming weed games in Unity 3D or similar mobile-friendly format.”
Hudson also mentioned plans to re-release previously published games - like Crop Defender and Stoned Mario - in Unity 3D format.
Haze Invasion is available at no cost in all formats; the game can be played for free on PC or Mac at MarijuanaGames.org, or it can be downloaded and played as an app on iOS and Google Play.
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