Since Hemp Inc. emerged on the digital gaming scene late last spring, reviewers have shared their enthusiasm about the game across the web. Chris Thompson, of Freedom Leaf Inc., was surprised at the game’s ability to integrate the basic functions of the legal cannabis industry with a user-friendly platform.
Thompson called Hemp Inc. the “marijuana tycoon mobile game,” in which players have the objective of creating their own marijuana grow operation and expanding upon it throughout the game’s many levels. He tried his hand at six levels of the iOS version of Hemp Inc. and suggested it to cannabis enthusiasts who are looking for both an informative and engaging mobile game.
Designed to mirror the growth of a real cannabis company, players begin their journey with Hemp Inc. is a small garage-sized grow space with an apartment-based dispensary. As they sell more of their own products, they are able to expand their businesses by adding more staff members, opening new locations, implementing cannabis technology, and obtaining different types and better quality cannabis seeds.
Within the game, players can interact with celebrity cannabis supporters, like Wiz Khalifa, Tommy Chong, and more than 30 others. These celebrity figures can serve as grow operation employees and customers, and players can even gain the opportunity to meet the celebrities and win free tickets to concerts and star-studded events.
While celebrity endorsement is a great way to attract players to Hemp Inc and keep them engaged., the involvement of organizations like NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) is a great way to keep players informed, too. Players can click the NORML banners seen throughout the game and be redirected to the organization’s “Take Action” page. Such support of cannabis education and legalization is a feature completely unique to Hemp Inc., Thompson wrote.
Thompson was not only impressed with the concept of the game, but also how well made it is. He credits the quality of the game’s features to the involvement of Danny Hammet, CEO of HKA Digital and a veteran in the gaming industry. Hammet’s name is attached to projects like Call of Duty, Tony Hawk, and many Disney video games.
With its educational platform, impressive design, and easy-to-use features, it is no wonder Thompson was happy to recommend Hemp Inc. for both Apple iOS and Android users. [Source.]