I’m a software engineer and entrepreneur, and I’m always looking for a new hobby.
I’m passionate about building games that can challenge the human mind, and Minecraft has done just that.
In 2011, I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
I had been struggling to eat for months, but the symptoms weren’t too bad.
After surgery, I had to undergo several rounds of chemotherapy and radiation.
At the time, I felt extremely blessed.
My family was incredibly supportive and supportive of me.
But after the chemo treatments and radiation, I knew I would have to give up my dream of making games.
So, when I was able to finish my final year of college, I set out to make my dream a reality.
I’m an avid Minecraft player.
I have played about 2,000 hours of the game and I have logged over 3 million hours of gameplay.
I’ve created more than 30 game modes and over 3,000 content mods.
I even designed my own custom character.
Minecraft is a huge part of my life.
I love the game so much that I often go out and find other people to play it with.
But when my condition worsened, I began to lose interest in Minecraft.
I wanted to make something better, so I created a new game that would help me get through the difficult times.
In a world where I could not build anything, I thought I could make something that could.
It was my dream come true.
The world was mine and I was free to make whatever I wanted.
Minecraft made it possible for me to do this.
I was finally able to start building.
I made the first version of my first game, which was a survival game.
I built a house and built a home.
After that, I built more houses and more houses.
After several weeks, I decided to quit Minecraft and start my own game called Minecraft: Build It.
In a year, I went from making a game to creating more than 2,500 content mods and custom characters.
I now have a staff of over 30 people working on Minecraft: Minecraft.
I love the people that work on Minecraft.
The way that people interact and create content is really inspiring to me.
Minecraft has given me a passion for building.
The game has given my life purpose and meaning.
I want to thank everyone who has supported me through this journey, and my family.
You are my biggest supporters, and you make my life so much easier.