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Minecraft gets banned from Google Play and App Store in Russia

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> Minecraft gets banned from Google Play and App Store in Russia

The popular sandbox game has been removed from Russia's mobile app markets as a result of Microsoft's decision to discontinue providing services to the country due to the country's ongoing conflict with Ukraine. To demonstrate their full support for Ukraine, major mobile technology companies such as Apple and Samsung have also decided to stop providing their services and have agreed to the sanctions imposed on Russia.

In addition to this, Russia has a big Minecraft community, composed of mostly young kids and teenagers. The removal of the game will undoubtedly break the hearts of many young fans. Fortunately, the demo version of the game is still available for download in mobile app stores, according to some reports.

Nonetheless, it is a sad day for the Russian gaming community to learn that the popular game is no longer available in their country, as it helped shape their childhood memories. Fans and gamers who have always had a strong desire to play the game will be disappointed to learn that they will be unable to do so.

It is unclear when Microsoft will bring back the popular sandbox in the country's mobile app markets. Since the majority of the Russian gaming community is made up of young people, they remain hopeful that the game will be available for purchase once more.

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