A young man named Anthony Westover has been working on Minecraft for the past two years, and it’s taken a toll on his life.
He is one of many Minecraft players who have struggled to keep up with the latest releases and expansions of the massively multiplayer game.
Anthony and his family have lived in the same house for two decades.
In the summer, Anthony and the children are spending their time in the backyard, where the temperature often drops to minus-40 degrees.
Anthony told CBS News he has difficulty sleeping because he can’t sleep.
He struggles to get a proper night’s sleep, which is a constant struggle in this harsh climate.
Anthony has been gaming for a long time, and is one the first people to play the game for free, but he said he found the cost of doing so to be too high.
He said it’s not worth it to play for free because you’re never going to pay back your time, money, or experience.
The family says Minecraft has been a blessing, but it has also caused hardship.
Anthony says he has learned to love his life and not let his family down.
“I’ve gotten a lot of respect for what I do.
I’ve gotten some amazing mentors, but that’s what you get when you get out of a room full of kids, and you don’t have to work, you don