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How Much Time Have You Spent Playing KSP?

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I just surpassed my 500th hour on KSP! :cool:

And I still have yet to successfully land on Jool's moons, Moho, Dres, and Eeloo.

So how long have you guys/gals played KSP (not how long you've had it, but how much time you've logged on KSP)?

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200+ hours. Probably more like 300 or 400, since the 200 hours is after I moved it to steam.

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Countless hours. Don't have steam, though a rough estimate shoves me past 800. Most likely quite a lot more.

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397 hours. I also haven't landed on Moho, Dres, and Eeloo, but I have landed on Pol, Bop, and Laythe in the Jool system.

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397 hours. I also haven't landed on Moho, Dres, and Eeloo, but I have landed on Pol, Bop, and Laythe in the Jool system.

You've never been to Eeloo? It's awesome there! You should go there.

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No idea, but I'd take an educated guess of >1500 hours between modding and playing.

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Steam says: 1385 hours... but to my "defense" i must say it is not that much. I use to leave the PC sometimes for hours, open other programs, surf the Internet, work, go shopping, fall a sleep... forget to close... hang in the forum and read... while its running. Since i have no Harddiskdrive anymore... i just let it run...

Maybe ive played directly around 250-350 hours, i really dont know. My girlfriend is very happy to see me doing

funny things blow up, and she is also amazed by the games physics... and the color of the Kerbals.

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Steam says 234, but that's mostly my very first save and the current one I just started to play stock career. Most of my time was spent on heavily modded copies outside steam. I think the total will be somewhere between 750 and 1000 hours.

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Picked it up not long after it went to Steam, and have logged a little over 800 hours. And have left the Kerbin system about twice.

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It's a guesstimate but approaching 400 hours, I think, of which well over half thus far has been either getting to, or fooling around on, Minmus. I have, on a few occasions, simply left the game running at 1x speed as a craft left Kerbin, and read a book or watched TV, glancing over occasionally to see how much smaller Kerbin looked. Then, on Minmus, my favoured means of getting from one site to another thus far has involved rovers that are actually rockets with a fair supply of monopropellant, and aircraft undercarriage for wheels. Set them going at up to 15m/s, and they can be left to their own devices until they get close to hills or cliffs or the site you want to visit.

The Joolian system and Duna are getting an increasing amount of my time lately though.

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299 on Steam, but I only moved there around .23.5. I've been playing since March of 2012, so who knows what the real number is.

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In hours terms not a clue, but I can safely answer your question with "not enough :)"

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Just over 5000.

No, i am not addicted. I can stop any time I want to! Really i can!

I'm genuinely jealous that you get to play that much. :P

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