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Andrew is predominantly known as a Minecraft Console YouTuber who creates content from all editions of Minecraft (except PlayStation Vita) but uses Bedrock on Xbox One mostly. He creates factual content including secret features, future features, Let's Play, UHC, Seeds and top lists. His video outros usually feature a joke, for example: "You can't judge a dog by his collar".
He is incredibly vocal on his twitter, @IBXtoycat, and enjoys traveling to different parts of the world to create content for his second channel. He gets flights very cheap using a variety of methods, as seen in this video on ibx2cat.
He also revealed in a video that one of his grandparents is from Sri Lanka which means that he is 1/4 Asian.
Ibxtoycat's second channel, Ibx2cat, produces geography videos. Topics include capital cities, country facts, the EU, etc. Ibxtoycat claims that his second channel is for stuff that is different than his main channel with no clear topic, but there is a clear topic of geography and geopolitics. There are also vlogs featured on his channel, and there is a discussion about traveling. He also has a third channel called Andrew Andrews, formerly ibxtoycatletsplays where he uploads let's plays of various video games, as well as occasionally vlogs and outtakes.
Andrew has also created videos on a variety of topics other than Minecraft, including;
- Mario Kart
- The Legend of Zelda
- Call of Duty
- Bee Movie Game
- Cities: Skylines
He also wrote a book, available on Kindle, How To Travel Hack The World On A Budget. It is a guide to how he has saved money while traveling.
Communist Server Video
On November 9th, 2018, Toycat made one of his most well known and popular videos "I Tried To Run A Minecraft Server Like A Communist Dictator". It now has over 3.5 Million views. It probably started or was at least part of the Communism Joke on his channel (Which is mainly just about Political Economic Ideologies.). He has often sympathised with the brutal punishment from former Leader of the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin, going as far as saying he ‘appreciated’ his work and has said it ‘had to be done to set the tone’.