I started my journey of adventure with my dad, who I had met online while I was still in elementary school.
We were just kids, but he had the drive and desire to make something special.
It was his first trip to Europe and the rest, as they say, is history.
I grew up playing with my brother, who would sometimes ride a sled and play soccer with us.
I remember the first time my mom and dad saw a snowman.
I had my dad’s photo in my phone as we went shopping.
That was the beginning of a journey that would last nearly a decade.
I would go to the grocery store, buy groceries, then play video games and movies with my siblings.
I think it was because we all loved playing together.
I was always around people, and it was just a way for us to have fun.
My dad also taught me to make things from scratch, and to make it my own.
He wanted me to be able to create something I could share with other people, too.
That’s how I got started making my own games.
It started with my childhood, which I still vividly remember.
I’d have to start at age 3 or 4 and make something from scratch.
I did a lot of work, and then it started to grow.
I’m a big fan of making games for kids.
Kids are curious and want to play, so that’s why I’ve been making them since I was little.
My first game, which is called “Snowman,” was released in 2012, and has since become one of the most successful games in the history of the medium.
Today, “Snowball Adventures” is one of my top-selling games.
My goal for this article is to show you how to make a game that’s accessible for all ages, from young to old, and from children to adults.
If you’re looking to learn more about making games, I recommend reading my book, “Games for Kids.”