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When the pandemic hit, a lot of 1990s Neopet fans logged back into the website. Their virtual pets were still alive but hungry and teary-eyed.

Remember Neopets? Many users returned during pandemic due to nostalgia, community, anonymity

When the pandemic hit, a lot of 1990s Neopet fans logged back into the website. Their virtual pets were still alive but hungry and teary-eyed.

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