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How I Got Through This

Bumbling Through ‘Minecraft’ Got Me Through 2020

It’s a game I didn’t need to win — I just needed to push through

Photo illustration; source: Minecraft/Mojang Studios

Few things have brought me more comfort and joy during the pandemic than a video game beloved by millions of adolescent children. I’m a grown-ass adult who does Very Adult Things, like paying taxes and drinking…




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