This game is all about drugs. You start off as a lonely caffeine farmer, with big dreams of hitting the high roads as a drug dealer. You start earning some money, then outsourcing your work to others. Once you're rich enough, you move on up. You keep going and going until you become the drugs. You are the definition of drugs in every country.

Instructions:

  • Click on the drug in white outline to farm it.
  • Click SELL or SELL ALL to convert the drugs into $ MONEY $.
  • Use the money to purchase farming resources, which increase your Drugs per second (ps)
  • If you have enough money you can level up, and unlock another drug which will earn you more money. 
  • Once unlocked every drug, you can prestige and it will give you a 15% bonus for each level. You can prestige 10 times.
  • High Mode, given as a reward will double the amount of drugs you get while active.
  • Come back Daily for rewards, and continue coming back each day for bigger rewards!

If you get NaN errors, delete the cookies, you have a glitched game.

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Drug Clicker.zip 5 MB

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Just me, or does the "Nicotine" symbol look hella like weed in high mode?

I keep getting this error: Please help.

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Have you installed the latest version of the Direct X run-time? At first glance that's all I can think of without knowing if you're running it in the browser, and if so what web browser (Chrome, etc..), and whether you're on windows, mac, or Linux. Just pasting an error isn't that informative.

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It would be nice to see how much each unit is worth