Giving Minecraft back to its original creator

Giving Minecraft back to its original creator

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Minecraftrobloxclubpenguinclub meme page started this petition to everyone 10+

Problem
Minecraft/Mojang was sold to Microsoft, which then the new developers ruined the game with new updates such as, the combat update which nerfed swords and the game now has too many bugs/glitches, don't get me wrong I understand that the microsoft developers work hard and I love the aquatic update and the new end to play with. However it seems that the developers are only making the game worse every time they touch it.

Solution
A simple one, which is giving it back to its rightful owner, Notch (Markus Persson)

Personal story
If you are still reading, I am minecraftrobloxclubpenguinclub a proud meme page owner that has been playing Minecraft before the sprint/hunger update, and still loyal to this day, and I remember having fun with friends when playing even just a simple survival game or the original battle royale; Minecraft Hunger Games, but nowadays the new Minecraft is boring, I can't play it anymore since everyone's going to play fortnite and whenever I play it, I don't feel the same when I mine a diamond or enter into the abyss of the nether. My good friend Minecraftdoubletap (another meme page owner) can agree with my opinion and cant stand the new combat update. Although it may seem that my petition is childish since Minecraft is a video game, but many people can testify including me, that Minecraft has given us the enjoyment we could never ask for. And at this rate, in the hands of microsoft this special meaning well never be the same.                                                                                                                                                (DISCLAIMER): This is a meme not really meant to be taken seriously, I know that this will not likely happen after all this is a petition. But think about it imagine if this is signed by 10 million people, that will be so awesome! 

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