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Join the 100,000+ who have downloaded this app and see the effects of a DXM high without having to try it on yourself.

With DXM Labworks, you will create your own state-of-the-art robot, the DEXTROBOT, which will be injected with DXM. You'll then conduct a series of experiments with your DEXTROBOT and its three friends like finding a date, walking down the stairs, and fending off a wasp attack!

Will your DEXTROBOT pass these tests with flying colors? Find the 3rd Plateau? Or will it end up failing the tests, getting sick, and losing friends? Find out for yourself!

-Create your Robot: Choose from a wide array of parts to create your own unique DEXTROBOT.
-Experiment: Subject your robot to 12 different experiments, and see the world through the eyes of a
“robotripping” robot.
-Share: Share the results of your experiments with friends on Facebook.
-Discover: Learn more about DXM abuse and side effects


"This is your robot on drugs. It pukes a lot. Any questions?"
- Mashable

"What's not fun about a robot puking?"
- Adweek

"Memorable, Fun, Entertaining"

"An entertaining and visually gorgeous game. Well, as gorgeous as a puking robot can be."
- Pocketmeta


- Webby Awards – 2015 Honoree (Corporate Social Responsibility)
- The Global Awards – 2015 Global Award (Patient Educational Awareness)
- FWA – Mobile Site of the Day, December 10, 2014
- Dutch Game Awards 2015 – (Best Applied Game Design, Best Art Direction, Best Music & Audio)

About DXM Abuse:
You might have heard of DXM or cough medicine abuse by other names: robotripping, skittling, triple c's, and tussing. Not to be confused with lean or sizzurp, DXM abuse refers to the excessive consumption of over-the-counter cough medicine containing dextromethorphan to attempt to get high.

Learn more about DXM at http://www.whatisdxm.com/

Learn more about DXM Labworks at http://www.whatisdxm.com/dxmlabworks/

What's New

Version 1.2.1

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5

39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Over All☝️, Really Fun 👍.

The writer of this review.

Okay, so I did a little bit of research on DXM, and the over all explanation for it is a substance that is put in many medications for coughing. Now, I don't know why you would build a game for the purpose of something so random, but I'm not really complaining. The game is very well designed and has no defaults, except for the purpose. I could see if this was like an obstacle game where you have to get through every room without messing up your objective. Now the game creature could have based this game off of DXM for a really good reason, like he knew someone that was hooked on medications that had DXM in it. But if so, why not add a bit of back story to line that up. But then again, a game doesn't need a purpose, because it's a game, and a game is made to have fun. And this game is really fun.

Fun to play but not entirely accurate...


As much as I hate to say it, this app is really just a fun game similar to 4 second frenzy while not really representing what DXM is really like. I don't condone use of DXM in any way but if you're going to make a game about it at least get the facts right. Overall the app itself is stable and a decent game that's both fun and challenging. Aside from the anti-drug propaganda you can have a bit of fun trying to get as far as possible as the time given to complete each task is reduced the further you get adding to the difficulty of the game. The 3D graphics are good but not great, don't get your hopes up from how cool the graphics in the intro and advertisements for this game are as they're extremely different from one another. But like I said it is a pretty good game if you like 4 second frenzy or any other similar style game.

Shows good points for taking drugs overall


Like another review I looked up what DXM was and it is used mainly in cough medicine but I think this aims more for DXM used in worse/stronger drugs. A lot of the other reviews I saw said it was “overly exaggerated” but the game teaches you what side affects and out comes that could be from taking a lot of different drugs. Besides the medical reason behind the game it is fun. It gradually quickens and increases in difficulty like most games. I just wish the directions weren’t as confusing and a bit more types of rounds involved. For each side effect, there is only about in or two (depending on side affect) and most are about bad coordination. If they’d multiple scenarios for each side effect, I think it would be a lot more fun.


Consumer Healthcare Products Association
151.4 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© 2014 CHPA


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