- Oct 27, 2020
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I played Minecraft on and off for years. It was fantastic. Building cities, large buildings, traveling to the Nether, exploring, etc. Then I realized that my playing times were increasing and increasing and it started to feel more like an impulse than a pleasure. So I uninstalled it for maybe two years. Then I re-installed it and began playing again. This time I played even better than before. I found things quicker, built buildings faster and taller and took care of monsters with even more brutal efficiency. Then I realized that my playing times were increasing and increasing and it started to feel more like an impulse than a pleasure. So I uninstalled it again. Then I wiped my hard drive by upgrading my OS, so I would now have to redownload the game and remember all of my sign-in information to get into that habit again. Hopefully, I won't. I've relegated myself to retro video game, since they mostly come woth built-in time limits. I still thoroughly enjoyed Minecraft, though, but not enough to make it a lifestyle.