When I first started playing the original The Sims way back in the 90’s, I had no idea what I was in for. Back then, The Sims was difficult. I usually spent hours just designing my Sim family, and then another few more hours building my dream house—granted I used the money cheat. Without the money cheat, these things usually took a mere half-hour, and that was mostly because you were trying to build your dream house within your budget, which was damn near impossible.

But after a long time of playing The Sims, I started to notice these...changes...in my lifestyle. I started to think about and envision things differently. It was almost like a sickness or a passing virus that had infected my body and my mind and taken over for a short period of time. Suddenly, I began thinking in moodlets and status bars. These are some tell-tale signs that you’ve been playing The Sims for far too long.

”image You envision your hygiene bar decreasing when you haven’t showered in a couple days. In The Sims, every time you skip out on your daily shower, your Hygiene bar dips lower and lower until the very state of your health is at stake. In real life, though more lenient, you might find yourself paying attention to that invisible Hygiene bar.

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