10-jährige Sabrina hofft, dass Microsoft das Spiel Minecraft nicht “versaut” und schreibt Brief an Microsoft.
Erst vor kurzem wurde ja bekannt, dass Microsoft die Minecraft Macher von Mojang für 2,5 Milliarden US-Dollar gekauft hat. Das hat nun die 10-jährige Sabrina dazu bewegt, Microsoft einen Brief zu schreiben und bittet darum, dass Spiel nicht zu “versauen” – aber lest selbst:
Dear Mr. Nadella,
So I’ve heard the news that Microsoft might buy Minecraft, one of my favorite games. Kids like me — and teens — love the game, so I have a message for you and everyone at Microsoft: please don’t change it!
People like me love Minecraft the way it is — educational (parents really like that part), and really fun.
Minecraft is educational because you have to earn your stuff. If you want milk, you milk a cow. If you want diamonds, you start mining, and maybe you’ll be lucky enough to find some.
Yes, you really mine in Minecraft — it’s just like the real world. You have to grow your own food to eat, too, and you have to sleep every night to fill up your energy. You shear sheep to make carpets and beds, and you chop down trees for wood so that you can build things. And you mine things like gold and iron to make very strong swords and armor.
Swords and armor are important because of the Creepers, which come out at night. In Minecraft, Creepers can kill you unless you kill them. That’s part of what makes Minecraft so fun!
You can choose to play Minecraft in two different modes: “Creative” and “Survival.” The Creative mode lets you build anything you want (it’s like being in the Lego Movie. You feel free as a bird — it’s awesome). In Survival mode you have to earn your materials and fight with Creepers to survive. It’s about risk-taking, and it’s totally cool!
That’s why Minecraft is perfect the way it is: You can choose to build any way you want, making amazing creations, or you can build like you’re in the real world, and do amazing things.
Everyone I know, both boys and girls (except for Ruth), loves Minecraft the way it is. So, Microsoft, you should know that we all want to keep Minecraft the same!
Thanks for reading!