Clash of Clans addict cost man his live-in partner

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A man's addiction to the video game “Clash of Clans” has prompted his live-in partner to end their six-year relationship, a report on “24 Oras” said Friday.

According to “Joy,” her partner “Robert” would spend 16 to 20 hours a day playing “Clash of Clans,” and would even prioritize it over their child.

“Naga-alarm pa siya to check 'yung CoC pero 'yung anak niya hindi niya nach-check,” said “Joy” in the report.

She admitted that her partner have been faithful to her, and that she didn't expect that a video game would ruin their relationship.


“Clash of Clans” is a video game where the play builds and fortifies his camp and upgrades his military strength to engage other players in war.

The game, reportedly a favorite among many gamers, was even mentioned in a recent speech by President Benigno Aquino III.

“Tapusin muna ang mga takdang aralin bago ang raid sa 'Clash of Clans',” Aquino said in a speech before students on April 17, 2015.

According to Dr. Bernadette Arcena, a psychiatrist, video game addiction is a form of escapism.

“In this, ikaw ang nasusunod. In reality, at times hindi ka nasusunod and the reality of life is harder so nagi-escape ka. Para siyang nagdo-droga ka rin. Nagiging dependent ka,” Arcena said.

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thAkAm

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kyahahahaha .. wala na magandang laru kaya yan na lng live in partner mo
 

ejhades

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A man's addiction to the video game “Clash of Clans” has prompted his live-in partner to end their six-year relationship, a report on “24 Oras” said Friday.

According to “Joy,” her partner “Robert” would spend 16 to 20 hours a day playing “Clash of Clans,” and would even prioritize it over their child.

“Naga-alarm pa siya to check 'yung CoC pero 'yung anak niya hindi niya nach-check,” said “Joy” in the report.

She admitted that her partner have been faithful to her, and that she didn't expect that a video game would ruin their relationship.


“Clash of Clans” is a video game where the play builds and fortifies his camp and upgrades his military strength to engage other players in war.

The game, reportedly a favorite among many gamers, was even mentioned in a recent speech by President Benigno Aquino III.

“Tapusin muna ang mga takdang aralin bago ang raid sa 'Clash of Clans',” Aquino said in a speech before students on April 17, 2015.

According to Dr. Bernadette Arcena, a psychiatrist, video game addiction is a form of escapism.

“In this, ikaw ang nasusunod. In reality, at times hindi ka nasusunod and the reality of life is harder so nagi-escape ka. Para siyang nagdo-droga ka rin. Nagiging dependent ka,” Arcena said.

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pero ako hanggang ngayon nag lalaro pa rin ako ng coc... at least 10-20 mins/day hahaha
 

GustavoWoltmann

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This is a funny news. Dapat tlaga he use bot in order to have time with his live in partner. I've been playing COC for 4 years. I have my wife and daughter and we don't have problem because right now I'm just leaving my clashfarmer.com bot running in my computer. Pwede pa akong maglaba, magcook, maglambing sa asawa ko while the bot is automatically farming for my account. :D time is precious we need to have different techniques to spend our time wisely.
 

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