As a child I played video games every night when I got home. While my strict Japanese parents did not always approve, they always respected the fact that I felt more comfortable having a video game entertain me than my neighbors and peers at school. Through my socially awkward childhood years, video games were an outlet for me. Now that my childhood years are mercifully over, I have changed my attitude towards games. These days I have more of an interest in designing casino games than playing the video games I grew up with.
Combining the best of my childhood with my current passion, I have been on a mission to create slot machines that take me back to the days of video games. By parlaying my interest in them into a career, I have added to the world what I consider to be my own unique contributions to the online gambling industry. The whole time I was growing up I never realized that the games I was playing would help shape my future,
I test every game I create before I finalize the product. In doing so, I have found what works and what does not. I have also rediscovered my passion for the games that I spent so many hours playing as a child. By creating games I would want to play in a casino I have been able to share my vision with the world. At first I had to really push to get my games added to the collections of online casinos I have often frequented in the recent past. Now I am living a dream that I never thought would come true.
Though I am a grown man now I have come to understand that games are an important part of your life at any age. Whether you are a child using them for entertainment or an adult using them to escape from the stresses of everyday life, they are something to be valued. And by creating them I am adding value to the lives of countless people. To me, this makes what I do more than just a profession. It is my way to leave my mark on the world and ensure a legacy that will last a lifetime.
Capturing the innocence of my childhood in the games I have created has proved to be a fascinating journey for me.