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Is playing a game repeatedly over again and again considered OCD?

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Muz1234, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. Muz1234

    Muz1234 Active Member

    I play my childhood game, again and again, everyday, and I don't play or do something else. Is this considered OCD?
     
  2. Casshern2

    Casshern2 Senior Member...I think

    Which childhood game? Shine the Snake?
     
  3. vincent_z

    vincent_z Low Angler

    No.
    Especially if the game being played is Burgertime. :onegai:
     
  4. pedro_life

    pedro_life New Member

    Do 100 Push-Ups;
    100 Sit-Ups;
    100 Squats;
    10KM Running

    everyday too.
     
  5. CoolKevin

    CoolKevin Nutcase on the loose Staff Member Super Moderator

    life is repeated everyday
    eat, shit, sleep,
     
  6. komaro2001

    komaro2001 New Member

    I was like that when I play at first. I played a lot of consecutive hours, like 5-6 hours. It damaged my health, I think, especially my internal biological clock for sleeping.

    The best is to stop after an hour. Get 15-20 minutes of rest. Then start again. Shorter stints but with an obligatory stop.

    I have a friend who only play the first two Lara Croft games. I don't understand it, but he is kind of the expert on those games. I wonder sometimes if he isn't stuck in a very narrow world vision. And part of his behaviour and opinions, kind of say that too.

    Humans are strange man.
     
  7. Muz1234

    Muz1234 Active Member

    That lifestyle sounds kinda boring...
     
  8. CoolKevin

    CoolKevin Nutcase on the loose Staff Member Super Moderator

    well if you do not do that, then you are a robot, and it is time to delete robots, and save us from reading rubbish