Hamster Kombat game led a student from Tyumen to insomnia and hallucinations 19:07

A 14-year-old teenager in the Tyumen region was hospitalized with symptoms of mental disorder caused by playing Hamster Kombat. In this respect report local media.

According to sources, the young man sets alarms at three-hour intervals to collect virtual coins in the game and earn new ones. This led to chronic lack of sleep and subsequent hallucinations.

The teenager’s family confirmed that he wanted to score maximum points in the game. However, due to health problems, the young man was taken to a private medical facility where he was under the supervision of doctors.

It was stated that the young man’s condition is stable and he is currently recovering.

Hamster Kombat is a mobile clicker game where you have to poke virtual hamsters to earn in-game money. The game also has a feature to collect in-game coins in the background, but this feature only works for three hours. To continue, the user must enter the game and collect the accumulated coins.

The developers promise to release and distribute their own cryptocurrency to players next month. The amount of cryptocurrency received will depend on the “pumping” of the hamsters.

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Source: Gazeta

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