Games for “High” Achievers (And the Narwhal-Butterfly song!)

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Today I’d like to discus something that is very important, marijuana. The point of this article isn’t to argue whether or not weed should be legalized. Around 20 million Americans have admitted to smoking pot, so we can then rationalize that some of them are gamers. So I thought I’d give a quick list of some of the better games to play when a person is high.

Smash Bros.

You know how awesome it is to see  Donkey Kong fight Pikachu? Now think about seeing that when you’re high. Yeah I know, mind blown right. The controls are easy and it is absolutely one of the best party games around. The only problem is this game can lead to A LOT of stoner philosophical talk. “Dude, does Kirby like eat a part of their soul…”

Pac Man

Since it’s launch in 1980 Pac Man has always been a stoner favorite. There is just something appealing to stoners about watching a little yellow guy eat pellets and get chased by ghosts. One downside is that this game can be difficult to play when you’re high.

Sly Cooper

This game is easy as hell to play and there is a bunch of talking animals. Do I have to say anything else?


Go play 5 minutes of this game and tell me this wasn’t designed specifically for stoners. Great visuals, feel good music, and relatively easy game play makes Katamari one of the best stoner games around.


It’s a shooter, a beat matcher, and has a perfect stoner art style. Hands down this is one of the best, if not the best, stoner games out there.

Post by Ninth Batter the author/creator of Nobody Like You.


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About NinthBatter

NinthBatter(or Jack) was born in 1518 on the shores of Loch Shiel in the highlands of Scotland. Seriously though, Ninth is a small town geek born and raised although he does live in Los Angeles now. He’s been gaming since the SNES with “Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past.” He currently games on PC, Xbox, PS3, Nintendo DS, and the N-Gage(it’s a GameBoy and a phone!) He also has a Wii but currently uses it as a door stop. If you haven’t been able to figure it out, Ninth prefers to take a light-hearted and humorous approach to gaming. He also loves Pokemon…the handheld games…seriously.