Poorly Drawn Drug Lord!


Yet another phone game. Ok, what’s this one about?

In Drug Lord, you start out as a street dealer in Montana. As you progress you can hire manufacturers, dealers, and guards to help do your work for you.  You can expand your empire across the state in the first version of the game. In later expansions we will include states across I-90 and then branch in to the southern United States.
(He goes on to describe a pretty typical in-app-purchase system where you let players get started for free, then bleed ’em dry once they’re hooked on the game.)

Ok, so it’s a pretty standard business sim game. Except with the “naughty” twist of being about crime.

Actually, there are already a lot of drug-related business sim games on android. Including a game with the same name as this one!

But what’s with that terrible title image? Must be “programmer art”. Computer programers are notoriously bad at art.


Oh. Ok. So this is a game made by someone who can’t draw and can’t program, based on an idea that’s been done a hundred times, and with a title that’s already taken. Seems like he’s going to face some pretty serious ‘risks and challenges’!


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  • Windego

    I legitimately don’t get why people with NO experience in doing what they want to do, or without a proper group to do it or any other known requirements suddenly go to Kickstarter to say “Hey I dunno how to make stuff but I wanna try so pls giev me moneyz plsssssssssss!!!” like a person asking for free items in some free MMO. If you have a goal or dream like this, please just do the research into what you need to accomplish this instead of jumping head first into an empty pool :(

  • Amy Procrastinating

    As someone who has no programming skills but wants to get into games development I’m working on getting to know my local gaming and programming community with an idea to eventually work collaboratively with people who have the skills I lack but may also lack the skills I have (unlike this guy, I can art).
    Turns out I should just be Kickstarting my ideas and hoping everything works out somehow.
    More fool me.