Dope Wars (Weed Edition‪)‬ 17+

Ian Wall

Designed for iPad

    • #63 in Puzzle
    • 4.7 • 760 Ratings
    • $0.99



The good news - you have $2,000 in cash, and licenses to legally trade. The bad? You owe $5,500 to Dishonest Harry, a not-too-friendly loan shark, interest is piling up, he'll be visiting you soon for his money, and he owns a chainsaw! Just sayin'. You only have one choice - dive into the world of wholesale trading of weed to make money fast and save your skin!

As you travel from location to location, a day passes and local prices change. Buy low, sell higher! But beware - Officer Hardass is looking out for you, so get prepared for a stand-off with the cops by visiting the Dope Wars Superstore to tool up for the inevitable confrontation! You can also buy more storage space along the way at the Superstore, so look out for sales and special offers.

Along the way, special market events will cause prices to rise or fall spectacularly, so be ready for these, this is how you get rich! There are muggers out there, so try to keep unused cash in the bank, earning interest. Other loan sharks can lend you money to solve short-term liquidity crunches, but they'll be after their money soon enough! If you get injured, pop in to see the local doctor at his surgery, but look out - he has no scruples, and you have kidneys. A bad combination.

Listen out for the crazy old lady, too. She sure has some wacky things to say, but occasionally, she'll give you a very handy tip off, which is essential to your financial success in Dope Wars. Also, keep an eye out (and cash on hand) for the chance to buy a larger coat. More space, more profit! Good luck my friend, you're sure going to need it!!

This is the full paid version. The paid version removes ads, allows 15, 60, 90, 120 and 365 day game lengths, shows arrows indicating direction of daily price changes, and adds the powerful RCL 9000 weapon. There is also the ad-supported free-version available, with ads and the 30 day game length.

This version of Dope Wars is ported directly from the wildly popular version of the PC game, also from Beermat Software. Same great addictive game play, modified for your mobile device!

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What’s New

Version 1.3.4

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Bug Fix - Price Chart now displays under iOS 11.3

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
760 Ratings

760 Ratings

cptncomplicated ,

Same old game, Same fun times

I used to play this game ages ago in PC. Back then it was a bit rough, but it was really fun. Now, the game is just a polished drug simulator that will net you millions in a day, just to kill you from infection the very next day. Chasing cops away with a water pistol never felt good before, but it sure does now. The only downside to the game is the RNG. Sometimes the prices will dip and you won’t be able to make a profit, or you will get in an fight you can’t win early. That doesn’t take away from the fun though. This game is priced well below it’s fun factor. It’s addictive, funny, and most importantly: Fun to play.

P3hndrx ,

The definitive version

This is the definitive remake of the classic Beermat version.
A near perfect port with some quality of life improvements. Not only is it a keepsake for the preservation of a timeless original, but it is an invaluable learning vehicle for commodities trading and risk management (not to mention ridiculous fun). Do yourself a favor and pick it up.
The support/dev is super friendly and puts a lot of thought into the project.

coatednumber08 ,

Not worth money

The game is ok but it offers nothing. The game lacks an element of reward. As soon as you get past the first few days of paying back your loan the game has no challenge. You click buy then travel then sell. With the occasional interaction with cops that you can’t loose as long as you keep your health full and you have the max lvl weapon and ammo which you can get on average around day 15-30. So after day 30 the game is pointless.
If you want a challenge only play with the minimum number of days enabled the down side to this is each game will be only a few minutes long then you start over and repeat.

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