All across the world, weed smokers are using their downtime to (virtually) congregate and properly celebrate that most sacred of secular holidays – 4/20. To celebrate and expand the puff-puff-pastime, Mondo Games is super-stoked to debut  Stoner Parking Lot, an easy-to-learn card game for 3-7 players that pits stoner vs. stoner in an epic quest to dodge narcs and make it to the van for a proper rip.

The game is available for pre-order right now at, and expected to ship (discreetly, of course) in June.

“We wanted to make something that speaks to our own experiences of putting on a killer record, smoking some joints, and being goofy weirdos making each other laugh.” Says Matt Fantastic, Founder of Forever Stoked Creative.

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Jayme Boucher, Director of Games and Mondo adds, “The rules are so simple that anyone can get straight to the fun parts. Playing online while we’ve all been going a little stir crazy has been a riot.”

Featuring illustrations by Arik Roper, cover artist of the iconic stoner metal album “Dopesmoker” by Sleep, Stoner Parking Lot is a card game designed by Forever Stoked Creative and the Mondo Games team.

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Pairs of players collect essential items – weed, a bong, a six-pack, a lighter, a mixtape, and of course, pizza – and use non-verbal signals to sneak off to the van to smoke without being noticed  by the opposing team or the dreaded narc. When you’ve collected all six items, you’ve got to communicate with your bud using only the slyest of visual signals. If the other team catches you, they’ll want to join – but you only have enough weed for you and your bud.

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