With the rise of COVID-19, Habbo has seen a spike of users returning to the game they loved so long ago. Most countries are on lockdown, with many not being allowed to leave their homes. Old users of the game have returned, bringing with them old furni, and money to be spent on credits, but what about new players? Is this a golden opportunity for Habbo? Read on to find out more..
On a scale of 1-10, how bored have you been in this quarantine? A lot of “non front-liners” have been struggling with being productive the past month because of the “lock in” or “quarantine” . Some result to eating everything in their pantries and refrigerators (that’s right, I’m talking to you), others exercise in their homes, and there are also those who still feel the stress of work while they’re finishing their office tasks at home.
But there are some who have returned to Habbo Hotel after months, or even years because of the quarantine! I, for one, am part of that list. Read on to hear more..
Coronavirus: 10 tips to stay healthy
With most of the world in some sort of lockdown, we’ve been forced into a “new normal” and we are adjusting to life under the limitations. Habbo is full of players from all walks of life, and we all need each other’s support whether in self-isolation, lockdown, quarantine or being a hero on the front line.
Sponsored by our wonderful Forum Department, read more for some tips to maintain your mental health and wellbeing during this Coronavirus crisis. You can read the full list here, along with a list of games and binge-worthy TV.
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First it was the driverless cars which made the headlines in 2017 with huge speculation and doubt over safety – this time, it’s driverless motorbikes.
As the article header suggests; broccoli coffee is now the latest trend to hit the world and for those who right now are pulling a bizarre expression, this is exactly what it sounds like – coffee, but with broccoli in it.