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Minecraft: Snow Wars Mini-Game!


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Hello there! I am CadGames and this is my first post here so I should introduce myself, I have been playing Minecraft since 2013 and finally started making videos with friends last here but in today's video, On the 6th day of Christmas we are playing Snow Wars! This is a very unique mini-game and somewhat very addicting and how it works is you have 30 seconds to build defenses and after that you battle it out with snow balls and whoever takes over the other teams side wins! There are so many hilarious moments in this episode that I know you guys are gonna love! I hope you all enjoy this video and if you did don't forget to like and sub for more Christmas videos in the future! Also if I am posting this in the wrong place please let me know!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ki7iNtn1PQ

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