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Top 10 Games To Play While High

Posted on Tuesday, April 20 @ 13:02:48 PST by Blake_Morse

In Honor of 4/20/2010

4/20/2010 - Put some clean water in the hooka and fill up your pipes. It's that special day of the year that, by some odd coincidence also happens to be Hitler's birthday and the anniversary of the Columbine shootings. But hey, beyond all that it's a cheerful celebration of everything marijuana related. Of course, GR would never advocate doing anything illegal, but if you happen to have glaucoma and live in a state with liberal medicinal laws, than maybe you'll find something useful to do with your time while not operating heavy machinery or driving a vehicle within this list.

10.Bayonetta- Take a couple hits, pop in the game, put her on easy mode so that all the combos get triggered automatically, and trip out on some of the most flashy, over-the-top acrobatics to ever be seen in a hack and slash game. It's the most completely passive action experience you'll ever have. You may be left with a craving for lollipops, yeah...

9.Lego Anything- Whether you prefer being a Jedi trying to blow up the Deathstar or you'd rather fight crime as a caped crusader, one thing's for sure: these games are great for stoners. Sure, they're made for kids, but so are the shows like Sesame Street and Spongebob and potheads can't get enough of those. A game full of shiny objects, model kits to build, and no possible way to actually die. It's perfect for those who get easily distracted.

8.Worms- You and are friends are toasted on the couch and you've already eaten all the doritos your stomach can handle, you want to do something but you're all too lazy to get up. Fortunately for you all there happen to be four 360 controllers on the coffee table in front of you and you just remembered that you downloaded Worms 2: Armageddon a couple of days ago. Watch as your friends blow themselves up while trying that trick shot that they thought way too long about and laugh your ass off. Mission accomplished.

7.Civilization IV- If you really want to stretch your gaming dollar out for all its worth, buy yourself a turn-based game like Civ. You'll get lost in all the micromanaging and troop placements, forget what you were just doin and start over. Which I'm sure anyone you're playing with will find just fantastic. Plus, if you're not a war monger, you can always try playing things diplomatically, just like a dirty, smelly hippie.

6.Puzzle Fighter- Ohhh shiny gems. Oh so shiny. How do you think they get those gems so shiny? I am so enchanted by these sparkly things. Look! You can make them bigger if you put the same colors together. What's up with these timer bricks though? They're harshing my buzz. Oh schnap! I lost. Can we play again? Those gems were so shiny.

5.Rock Band- From the long-haired heavy metal stoner to the long haired crusty deadhead stoner, there's something for everyone in Rock Band. If you can't have the sex with your rock and roll, you might as well have the drugs. If you happen to have a copy of The Beatles incarnation, you can enjoy some of the more heavily drug-influenced cut scenes that Harmonix cooked up with a nod and a wink. Just don't get so wasted that you can't perform. That's a total primadonna move.

4.N20- Technically nitrous oxide is a whole other thing, but there are few games that are more tailored to weed smokers. I can't really explain to you how the game works, since it's mostly just a bunch of crazy shit happening on the screen while you freak out and shoot at god knows what. On top of all the visuals, there's also a killer soundtrack provided by The Crystal Method for you to space out on. Be warned though: Pot, N2O and Crystal Method can be a deadly combination.

3.Ms.Pac-Man-A munchies experience like none other. You do nothing but go around eating everything you can. In fact, you have to in order to complete the level. The more cherries, bananas and ghosts you eat, the more points you get. Blue ghosts....mmmmmm... Can you get the high score? Get it? HIGH score. Hilarious.

2.Rez-Like N2O, it's hard to say just what the hell is going here. Between the 80s music video design mentality, the tripped-out interactive soundtrack of Rez and the bong loads you take before you start playing, you're bound to have a good time. Sure, you can die in the game, but you probably won't even realize what' going on anyways. I'm sure the story you come up with in your head to make sense of it all will be quite amusing.

1.Katamari-The ultimate stoner game by far. You just roll stuff up into a big ball, much in the same way you fill up the shopping cart when you're baked at the grocery store. Can you think of a more casual, relaxing, colorful experience? Probably not. Get high as a kite and take off on a rainbow! Feel the same shame and disappointment from the king of the cosmos's insults that you do when your parents talk to you about moving out of their basement!

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