Pot Farm: Grass Roots MOD


Play the most addictive weed game on mobile!
East Side Games Studio
December 1, 2017
4.0 and up
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Play the most addictive weed game on mobile!

Grow Your Own Weed and Start a 420 Friendly Farm!

Start by planting seeds, harvesting buds and growing your business! Upgrade contraptions, hire workers and sell goods to your buds! Fill deliveries, make stoner products and create dank edibles to keep customers happy. Decorate your farm, rent custom cars, unlock gizmos, and become the next marijuana mogul!

We hope you like science fiction, because Pot Farm is getting intergalactic this month. Strap in, because we’re about to lift off, bud!

•Limited Time Winter Theme!
•Bud the Elf, Jack Frost, Mr.Scrooge, and more dank prizes!
•New Gizmos, decorations and more!
•Plant, water & trim plants on your custom farm
•Harvest potent strains of sativa & indica
•Sell weed & goods to other players
•Enter Karma contests during the week!
•Sell & trade kush with neighbors & friends
•Connect with Facebook to play with your buds

There’s so much to do – the growing never ends!


Follow @PFGrassRoots on Twitter.com/PFGrassRoots, Instagram.com/PFGrassRoots and on Facebook.com/PotFarmGrassRoots.

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Email Support – support@potfarmgrassroots.zendesk.com

Please note that Pot Farm: Grass Roots is free to download and play, but some game items are available for purchase using real money. A network connection is also required.

What's new

Can you believe it's December already? Here's what's new in this update!
1. New Shrine on farm! Get direct access to PotBuck offers (videos, offer-wall).
2. New Languages! Players can now play in French and Spanish.
3. Ganja Chests will now be available as prizes from Karma Contests and Limited-Time-Quests!
Loads of awesome prizes are on the way, so be sure to check back regularly!



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