Is it normal that i play animal crossing nearly all day, everyday?

Most of awake time I play animal crossing and multitask while playing it. I think it'm addicted.

Is It Normal?
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  • My fiancée and sister in law play that game together, they put like an hour in every night.
    They banned me from their island because I steal their black flowers for my GothSwamp™

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    • Instead of stealing them, perhaps you should breed them yourself? It's not that hard. The REALLY hard flower to breed is the blue rose. My boyfriend's been trying to get blue roses for weeks. The black flowers were super easy for him to get.
      :)

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      • I’m the tax man that terrorizes the town by stealing flowers, leaving holes, and smacking villagers in the head with my net 😈

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        • But that's not going to get you the black flowers you need. Lol I'm the person that helps people water their flowers. Supposedly if other people water them, they're more likely to produce more flowers. XD

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  • This is a hard time for everyone with this deadly virus going around, it’s normal that you seek comfort in game which is light hearted and nice. If it makes you happy then it’s normal.

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  • Because of quarantine, the only places I go is my boyfriend's house and my job at Target. Animal Crossing kind of helps. My boyfriend and I go into each others islands, we trade items, and we check out each others shops. Because malls are closed, I've resorted to spending Bells on Nookazon to fulfill my shopping urges. Lol

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    • What's the appeal of this game? I can't get into it cause it looks like a game for three-year-olds.

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      • I'm not sure if I'm describing it properly, but I think part of it is that it's a life simulator that runs on real time(theres usually events on holidays.) You get to decide everything on the island. The house you live in, what the town looks like, what furniture and infrastructures go where, and to an extent the residents too. Since none of the customizations can be achieved overnight, it keeps a person coming back for more.
        :)
        Right now, people seem to be using it in place of going out due to quarantine. They play together online and shop in each others shops, trade items, and explore each others islands. I know people who gathered together to date, celebrate birthdays, and one held an in game funeral for a pet who was cremated.
        :)

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        • That would destroy my life like Runescape did 15 years ago. Think I'll stick to my single player murdering innocent civilians games.

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  • so everyone quit fortnite and started playin this instead then?

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    • Y'all know the Animal Crossing series is almost 20 years old right? Nintendo makes new versions of their classic games every now and then. It's funny how you "I hate popular things" types like to assume it's some new fad cause you never heard of it til now.

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      • holy hell lighten up dude

        can we say that animal crossing is suddenly insanely popular?

        can we say that fortnite was just as popular last year or year before?

        do you see where i said i hate either one?

        yes/yes/no? good

        i dont really give a fuck what people do with their time and merely made a comment on a recent trend ive observed but thanks for the history lesson

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        • Holy hell, lighten up dude!

          I'm just saying, this is the same as getting butthurt over Nintendo making a new Mario game. Ironically, you hipsters are picking on the most hipster of Nintendo classics.

          Maybe you could make a couple bucks off writing your observations into a comic where the characters have huge noses for faces, and sell it to your local paper.

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        • Fortnite was popular with little kids

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      • I have an "I hate popular things" attitude, but I've always felt that Animal Crossing sounded boring, whether you're talking about the old or new games.

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        • Well, it is a kids' game after all. It's kinda like the Sims. Meant to be more 'therapeutic' than about winning anything. I've only played one of the games and that about 12 yrs ago.

          There is nothing wrong with disliking popular things, it's just annoying when people use that as a personality trait.

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    • Idk someone on my friends list on switch has over 1200 hours on that game so they probs still play

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  • Mu friend has over 200 hours in it

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  • I play Minecraft almost everyday lol, I think it's normal.
    No I don't play just in quarantine.

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  • Is totally normal, I do the same but with Harvest moo. Never really like animal crossing.

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  • Let me guess, you're a gamer.
    Hhmm, Ok.
    What do you gain that is of value from the time you spent?
    Money?, produce like in farming?,
    Something to eat, wear, sell, trade, all you did was play with yourself.
    mental masturbation.
    If you have a brain and a fit body.
    Use it to better yourself and others.
    Instead of being a sponge.

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    • I agree completely. Thankfully gaming is something I'm loosing interest in. Theres many languages I desire to learn but maintaining the motivation is something that in finding hella difficult. Using your mind or body in a positive manner in your free time can be one of the hardest things you'll ever do

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      • I dont know about ( babble)
        But I wouldnt recommend roseta stone.
        Diferent people learn in diferent ways of course.
        But roseta did not work for me.
        And yes very difficult to self motivate to stay at it.
        I have problem working, but trying to learn a new thing throgh books, is a challenge.
        ( roseta is on computer, but it involves reading, speaking, typing.)

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        • Hmm, might have to give it a try

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          • Duolingo is okay. From what I can tell, the Spanish is decent at best and flat out wrong at worst. I can't say anything about the German or Esperanto, though. I'm just hoping those are correct.

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            • I dont like duolingo at all. Itll show me some characters how to pronounce it then suddenly itd like what's this word? Wrong. Ok what's this word? Like how the f am I supposed to know

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    • Personally, I (not the OP) find that I gain quite a lot from games. I gain joy, I gain inspiration, I gain lots of great quotes, and I gain the ability to recommend games that can give others joy, inspiration, and great quotes.

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      • Clunk.
        I can relate to a point.
        I can see, sitting on your ass doing nothing for a few hours to unwind.
        Thats t.v. in general.
        Did you read the post?
        Hes an ADDICT, doing it
        ALL DAY,
        EVERY DAY.
        That's not healthy.

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        • You're right. It's not healthy. I don't even know how someone could have fun playing the same game all day. I've been playing Baldur's Gate recently, and I can't stand more than a few hours of that game without getting bored.

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  • It's normal in quarantine

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  • Normal in lockdown.

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