September 5

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My Minecraft Dog House Destroyed by Quake So I Built Him One


I am not sure what you are doing with your day, but I'm in the process of rebuilding my Minecraft dog house for him.

He was completely devastated when his home was destroyed by this earthquake - it's a really sad story!

So, I gave my dog's Minecraft house an upgrade!

But don't worry, because I got to experience some wholesome moments and learned how to use the simplest materials in the process.

It took me all night but he'll have a new dog house before bedtime!

So what is Minecraft?

Minecraft is a game about placing blocks to build anything you can imagine. The only limit is your imagination!

It is a construction game where you can build from a dog house to an entire city. In this world, you can find various building blocks from woodblocks to stones.

Do you know what's amazing? You can apply simple electrical connections, which is super great for aspiring engineers. Right?

What are your thoughts about my Minecraft dog house?

Let me know what type of building or home improvement project you would like done in Minecraft and leave it down below. Thanks for watching!

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