A lot of things were created in Minecraft before. Minecraft enthusiast, Christopher Slayton, surprises by bringing the universe, galaxy into the game
A lot of things were created in Minecraft before. Minecraft enthusiast, Christopher Slayton, surprised when bringing the universe, galaxy into the game.
Minecraft player Christopher Slayton spent 2 months creating the galaxy in the game, before that he worked on many game-related products. Christopher Slayton “pushes the limits again” by bringing the universe into the game.
Slayton, also known as ChrisDaCow on YouTube, spent two months digging through and rebuilding the entire universe using the game Minecraft. Following the Reddit Minecraftbuilds post, Slayton’s video has garnered more than 3.2 million views and his subscriber count has grown to over 225,000 following the galaxy building content in the game. The video itself is well done, following the Minecraft enthusiast’s journey to not only build but learn about the planet, the solar system, and everything beyond Earth’s space.
Thousands of people who follow Slayton’s creations are excited and appreciate the level of feats and creativity of this gamer. According to the share, he has spent months studying black holes and determining the colors of planets.
Chris Slayton has taken Minecraft to the next level beyond the usual house building, tunneling, park building activities. Although only 18 years old, the product created by the male gamer has surprised millions of people. Christopher Slayton spent two months exploring black holes, determining the color of Saturn’s rings and observing his planet from space.
“Everybody is amazed at the power and expansion of the universe, which I always try to understand and embrace,” he said. Gamers share their creations on YouTube, Reddit, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok accounts and gain more exposure.
With nearly 25,000 subscribers on YouTube, Slayton said it hopes to receive more attention from gamers and those interested in the game in the future.
He said his intention is to make the videos more interesting instead of creating a space like before, as people do. Slayton, who lives in San Diego with his mother, stepfather and brother, said he wants to tell stories through Minecraft.
He consulted photos for every detail in the Minecraft universe and redefined mathematical concepts to build his product to scale, ensuring the most accurate angles and proportions possible.