10 Best Minecraft Servers for Kids and Why (2023)

Knowing how to spot kid-friendly Minecraft servers is an important parent superpower to have. Not all Minecraft servers are equal when it comes to providing a positive environment for younger players.

Mimi and I covered the benefits of dropping screen time rules and of letting your kids play online with friends. Now I want to get practical, and help you find a server that is right for your family.

I’ll start with a quick overview of what I looked for in a server before sharing my picks for the 10 best Minecraft servers for kids.

Take the Leap

Allowing your child to join an online Minecraft server may feel scary. You might worry about their exposure to bad language, bad behavior, griefing, and unfamiliar players. These are all valid concerns but there are a few things you can do to mitigate the risks and increase the chances of your child having a great experience.

Check for Readiness

First, you’ll want to check your child for readiness. Are they ready for multiplayer Minecraft? Here’s a list of basic skills they’ll need to participate and have fun:

  • Keyboarding: Your child will need some keyboarding skills to use Minecraft’s built-in text chat to communicate with other players and use text commands like /w (whisper) and /spawn (return to start).
  • Reading: They will need some reading ability to participate in chat, although you can help them if you’re playing online too.
  • Basic knowledge of Minecraft: Your child will benefit from spending some time playing Minecraft on their own prior to joining a server. Knowing how to move around, how to do basic crafting, and how to build simple structures is probably enough. This will give them a foundation to build on as they learn the new social skills that come with multiplayer—learning how to communicate, collaborate, and create with other players.

Find a Server

Second, you’ll want to find a server that is safe and kid-friendly for them to play on.

I did the research and have 10 servers to recommend, based on the following three criteria: A clear code of conduct, “safelisting,” and full moderation. There are a ton of Minecraft servers out there and you might even want to start your own.

Use this simple checklist to find ones that work for your family, or to design a server community of your own.

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Kid-Friendly Minecraft Server Checklist

Clear code of conduct

The culture of a server reflects the values of the person or group running it. You want to find Minecraft server administrators that care about their servers being kid-safe, so you won’t feel like you have to hover all the time.

Three things to consider:

  • Does the server have a code of conduct with kid-friendly policies? Look for policies related to griefing, the use of hurtful, disrespectful or foul language, and the sharing of private information.
  • Does the code explain what happens if a member violates it? Are they banned immediately or is there an effort to educate the kids or parents about appropriate behavior?
  • Does the language in the code of conduct express values you care about as a parent? Connected Camps’ Code of Conduct was written by our co-founders, who are Minecraft enthusiasts, educators, and parents. It includes values of friendliness, inclusion, and lending a helping hand to new players. Look for values that align with your own.

Review their code of conduct and understand the process for reporting any incidents. If you have questions about the kid friendliness of a server contact the server administrator and ask. If they respond quickly this is a good sign that if an incident does arise, it will be addressed in a timely manner.

Once you choose a server read through the rules and code of conduct together with your child. Discuss the policies and ask questions, such as: “Do you think these are good rules ?” “Are you allowed to take items from other players on this server?” “Can you give me an example of how you would ask for help if you needed it?”

Players are “safelisted”

One of the scariest parts of taking the step to let your child onto a public Minecraft server is not knowing who else will be on the server. If it is important to you that some vetting processes be in place, look for “safelisted” servers.

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On safelisted servers players have to be approved to play and the server administrator knows who is on the list. This typically involves completing and submitting a form with your child’s Minecraft username, and verifying that you’re a human and not a bot.

Once you receive notice that your child has been added to the safelist, they will be able to login under the approved username. Approval can take a few days so plan accordingly if your Minecrafter is itching to log on.

Safelisted Minecraft servers often require the email of a parent, which can add another layer of security.

If you’re ok with non-safelisted servers (there are several on our “best of” list of kid-friendly servers below) you should still look into who is on the server. Does the server cater to kids and families? Do they mention any particular age range in their descriptions of their server or use terms like “kid-friendly,” or “family-friendly?”

While some kids thrive in public servers with players of all ages, many do best at least initially, on servers where most of the other players are kids, too.

Always moderated

Look for servers that advertise kid-friendly, safe moderation. Moderated servers have members of their staff online monitoring the server for griefing and other unwanted behavior, as well as providing support for new or struggling players. Know who is moderating the server: is it moderated by parents, by trained staff, bots, or by other players? Is the server always moderated or only at certain times?

Knowing how a server handles moderation can help you pick a server that is a good fit for your family.

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Last Thoughts

Once you’ve made the leap to an online server there are a few things you can do to engage your child and keep tabs on their multiplayer play.

Be on the alert and communicate with your child about their play.

Talk to your child about what happens on the server, and be on the alert for any issues that might arise in their play. Make sure your child knows not to ask for or share personal information with another player. This includes information like their full name, their address, the school they go to, and their phone number.

It is always ok for you to alert the server administrator if another player asks your child for this kind of information.

You can also ask questions like, “What did you do on the server today?”, “Did you make new friends?”, “What was your favorite part?”. While they may not always answer, the questions open a dialogue with your kids about their play and give them a chance to show off what they built.

Ask specifically about griefing incidents: what happened, why they think it happened, and how they might respond.

Griefing does occur but on kid-friendly servers many disputes between players are due to misunderstandings, differences in perspective, and inexperience. For example, if your child is on a PvP server it is within the rules of the game to take items from other players. If your child doesn’t understand the rules they will think they’ve been griefed.

In addition, many players new to multiplayer servers are often confused about how to collaborate with others. They might destroy someone else’s property in an attempt to “help” them build.

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Talking through any incidents will help your child better understand how to be a good community member and how to recognize when true griefing occurs. Referring back to the server’s code of conduct can be useful.

It is possible that they might be at fault in a griefing incident and dealing with this conflict in a timely and healthy way can be a really good learning experience for a young player. The forums are always a good place for your child to post questions about conduct on the server and to talk through their experiences with other players.

Play together if you can.

While it is very likely that your child is better at Minecraft than you are, playing with your kids will give you an idea of what the server environment and community of players is like. If the server doesn’t allow adults on it—some kid-oriented servers don’t—then have your kids be in-room with you. That will allow you to communicate about things that are going on in the game. And you may learn a thing or two about why your child loves Minecraft so much!

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10 Kid-friendly Minecraft Servers to Ignite your Kid’s Social Superpowers

Now that you have some tools in your back pocket to help you evaluate a server, here’s my “best-of” list. It includes ten different servers for the PC/Mac editions of Minecraft that are kid-friendly, pro-social, and fun to play in.

Each server has a special vibe so you might want to try a few out before settling in. Your kid’s interests will likely change as they get to know the ins and outs of the different modes of play so keep this list handy.

I’ll update it as I become aware of any new kid-friendly servers that make the cut!

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Whitelisted: Yes
Voice chat: No
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.

Why we love it: Autcraft is a Minecraft server specially created for children on the autism spectrum and their families. The server is moderated and run by adults that include autistics, parents of autistic children, or a family member of someone with autism. From the testimonials of families on the server it is clear that their children are thriving. The server currently has over 7,000 players on the whitelist with an average of 1,200 unique players on the server each month.

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Whitelisted: Yes
Voice chat: No
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.

Why we love it: The library! Blocklandia has a huge library that any player can add to by writing their own book, or use by reading books written by other players. This server welcomes really young players (under the age of 6) and offers a guided tour for anyone new to the server. They offer a main survival world and a mode with no hostile mobs (Peaceful). They also have a Creative world and like many of the servers reviewed here, allow kids to take on jobs to earn in-game currency. Players are able to lock their chests and secure belongings and they have a ticket system in place for investigating griefing complaints. This is a great starter server for young players and for parents looking for a really supportive play environment for their kids.

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Whitelisted: No
Voice chat: No
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.
Server: play.crazypig.net

Why we love it: Like several of the servers on our list CrazyPig is organized around a bunch of different interconnected worlds, including easy, hard, and extra hard survival worlds, a mini game world, and a creative mode world where kids are assigned one or more “plots” to build in. They have a unique ranking system, where kids can earn colored belts based on hours of play. As they climb the ranks they earn access to special perks, like limited use of an item or a special server command. They have an active forum where kids can go to ask and answer questions, which gives them a chance to learn from others and show off what they know.

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Whitelisted: No
Voice chat: Yes (They have a Mumble server.)
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.
Server: cubeville.org

Why we love it: Cubeville features both a monetary system with quests that allows players to earn cash and an amazing transport network, which you’ll have to use to visit the edges of its enormous map. They have a land and chest protection feature so kids can claim a section of the map as their own and can even apply to have one of their builds designated with landmark status. New players can get the lay of the land via a tutorial when they first join, which makes entry into the server painless and easy. The moderators are helpful, and many are the parents are children who play on the server.

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Whitelisted: No
Voice chat: Yes (a Mumble server and a #famcraft IRC channel)
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.
Server: survival.famcraft.com

Why we love it: Famcraft makes sure kids feel welcome on their server a couple of different ways. They are greeted by staff when they first log in, can go on a tour of the server. During the tour they can ask questions about how to use the Mumble server, which incorporates voice chat, or how to join one of the server’s famous dance parties. Kids can join a clan to work on projects with other players, take a job, or earn currency. The server admins instituted the server’s currency system to help kids learn about earning money, buying and selling items, and most notably, negotiating good prices! While the server has a lot of rules it’s clear the moderators care a lot about keeping the server fun and safe for kids.

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Whitelisted: Yes
Voice chat: No
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.

Why we love it: Variety, variety, variety! Intercraften is a huge server sporting several different worlds, from the competitive Capture the Flag and Survival worlds to the more collaborative Peaceful, Creative, and Mining worlds. Your child can take on jobs in the server (fisherman, woodcutter, brewer, for example) and earn coins in-game for all their hard work. Coins can be used to buy stuff in shops and also to claim pieces of land, which keeps others players from building on your child’s plot. We love the Intercraften Menu book (given free when your child joins) to pick jobs, perform commands, and play mini-games.

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Kid Club

Whitelisted: Yes
Voice chat: No
Rules: Click here for our code of conduct.

Why we love it: Kid Club is Connected Camps very own server and we think it’s one of the best kid-friendly Minecraft servers around for one main reason: our moderators. They come from top university programs in computer science, game development, and design and share a passion for all things Minecraft. Their sole goal is to help your child connect to their interests while nurturing a lifelong passion for tech. Our server, like the others on this list, is open year round. Kids can play in a welcoming and friendly server while collaborating with others to solve build challenges, play mini games. or barter and trade in our epic Survival world.

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Whitelisted: Yes
Voice chat: Yes (Discord)
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.

Why we love it: Indiesquish is a community of gamers that run the super family-friendly Minecraft server Minesquish. It features several worlds, including a main world where players can claim plots to build their permanent homes, and an Exploration world where players can gather resources (its map resets every two months). The server is friendly to children on the autism spectrum and admins work closely with those parents during server resets to minimize the impact on their children. We also love their Ludum Dare game jam, a 48/72 hour challenge in which players have to build a game from the ground up around a specific theme. Completed games are included on their server, so anyone can play them!

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The Sandlot

Whitelisted: Yes
Voice chat: No
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct.

Why we love it: Almost all servers have some kind of landing zone where players go when they first log in to the server (sometimes called “lobbies”) and The Sandlot’s Harry Potter-inspired lobby is one of the most beautiful, welcoming, and imaginative. In addition to great design throughout the server includes worlds specifically created for younger players. Easy Survival let’s kids take on roles to earn coins, which they can then use to buy items, rather than spending all their time digging for resources (which can be taxing on the little one’s attention spans!). They also have lots of worlds for older kids, including Creative, PvP, mini games and even a world loosely inspired by the Hunger Games series.

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Whitelisted: No
Voice chat: Yes (Discord)
Rules: Click here for their code of conduct
Server: play.ohanacraft.us

Why we love it:
Ohanacraft (created by former staff members of Towncraft) is a truly family-friendly server committed to supporting all kids (their motto: “Leave no player behind.”). They have a public discord server for their players and also a modded server for those who like to play with mods. We love their approach to player and staff ranks: any player can earn a rank based on time spent on the server, including leveling up from mere Visitor to Homesteader. They have an active blog that highlights the various activities of kids on the server, including the outcome of their Bedwars Build Competition. While small, Ohanacraft is managed by a stellar and committed staff and we are excited to see them grow!

Up Next

So that’s it, my picks for the best Minecraft servers for kids. Hopefully this post was useful and if there is more you’d like to know about how to evaluate a server, post a comment and let me know.

My next post will be on how to support and engage your child once they go online, including some tips for keeping tabs on their online play. In the meantime, if need a Minecraft refresher, check out our Parent’s Guide to Minecraft.

A little lingo can go a long way!


Are Minecraft servers kid friendly? ›

While some folks set up a server just for friends or a one-game session, there are a lot of dedicated Minecraft servers, some just for kids, families, or other groups. For example, Autcraft is a Minecraft server designed just for kids on the autism spectrum, and Famcraft is a server that's family friendly.

What is the #1 Minecraft server? ›

Hypixel. No list of the best Minecraft servers is complete without the largest and most famous one: Hypixel. Hypixel is still the most popular Minecraft server in 2023, undoubtedly thanks to its many game modes, including Cops and Crims, Duels, and a Murder Mystery.

Is Mineplex kid friendly? ›

As mentioned before, Mineplex is meant to be aimed at kids, and so, certain rules apply to the server in order to maintain that level of security.

Is lifeboat server safe for kids? ›

Lifeboat does its best to go the extra mile to keep young players protected. 1. We uphold Microsoft's standards with privacy and online safety, including their community sift chat filter, Xbox family parental controls, and more.

What age is Minecraft servers for? ›

The game lets you play alone or with friends. The platform has public servers that can be accessed by anyone with an account on the platform. All servers have a chat function where players can talk to each other. Minecraft has a PEGI age rating of 7+.

Do 7 year olds like Minecraft? ›

Although some recommend the game for older children, Minecraft is widely popular among kids ages 6 and up. So, many parents of 7-year-olds are allowing their children to play it. If you allow your child to play Minecraft on a public server that lets them to play with people from all over, there could be safety issues.

Is Minecraft too violent for kids? ›

Minecraft does not have violent or gory content in-game. Enemies and other creatures will simply vanish when defeated, and while players can kill non-threatening animals for food sources, these displays are not glorified.

Is Roblox appropriate for 5 year olds? ›

There is no official age that kids can play Roblox, but Common Sense Media rates the platform safe for users 13+ "based on continuing challenges with problematic content.

What does SMP mean Minecraft? ›

SMP simply means “Survival Multiplayer”. Survival has been a basic aspect of Minecraft from the very beginning. Minecraft SMP servers are a classic and popular way to explore, create, and survive new block worlds with friends or strangers.

What is the most popular server? ›

Most popular web servers. According to the W3Techs' statistics, the top 3 web servers — as of September 2022 — are Nginx, Apache and Cloudflare Server. According to Netcraft's statistics, the 3 most used web servers — as of August 2022 — are Nginx, Apache and OpenResty.

Where can kids play Minecraft? ›

Pop-In to Kid Club: Our Free Minecraft Server

Kid Club is a free, safe, kid-friendly Minecraft server for kids ages 8-13. It's also an online community where kids can explore their own creativity through unstructured play, collaborate with peers, and deepen their knowledge of Minecraft.

Is Minecraft more kid friendly than Roblox? ›

In general, Minecraft is a safer game for kids, however parents of kids playing Roblox should use age-restricted mode or similar settings to keep their kids away from inappropriate content.

Is the Hive server safe for kids? ›

Staying Safe Online. We make every effort to ensure that The Hive is a fun and safe place to play fun games and hang out with friends. All conversations that take place on The Hive are filtered by Minecraft before they appear on screen.

Can a 8 year old play sea of thieves? ›

This game was rated PEGI 12 for frequent scenes of mild violence. It is not suitable for persons under 12 years of age.

What is a server for kid? ›

In net jargon, a server is a computer that serves many kinds of information to a user or client machine. Usually a server will only do a few things for many clients. Every type of thing a server does is called a service. Services are used by other computers that are called clients.

Is Cubecraft good for kids? ›

The recommended minimum age for this app is 12.

Why is Minecraft age 10? ›

According to the 'Entertaining Software Rating Board' (ESRB), Minecraft is suitable for users aged 10+. Due to its 'Fantasy Violence,' the ESRB states that this rating has been given as 'players can engage in violent acts such as setting animals on fire and harming them with weapons.

What is the oldest no rules Minecraft server? ›

2b2t is the oldest anarchy server in Minecraft, as well as one of the oldest running Minecraft servers of any variety. The server is permanently set to hard difficulty and player versus player combat is enabled.

What is Roblox rated? ›

And though Roblox has some safety precautions in place, it remains a target for people with less-than-good intentions. Still, because of the learning potential Roblox offers, Common Sense Media rates it OK for users age 13+.

Is there a Roblox for kids? ›

The appeal of Roblox to kids is that not only does it have easy-to-use tools and the ability and freedom to create things within the gameplay and set goals, but it's also a social platform for kids to connect with other players and creators and even create their own games.

Is Minecraft OK for 20 year olds? ›

Is 20 years really too old to play minecraft pvp? Just curious what people say about it when they dont trashtalk after they lost. Nah, I wouldn't say you are too old to be playing minecraft. It is a video game, and while the general playerbase is younger, anyone of any age can still play it.

What age is Roblox for UK? ›

On Roblox, certain safety settings and parental controls are enabled by default for children under 13. However, you should still review the settings to ensure they've been set up correctly. Not all games on Roblox will be appropriate for your child.

Does Minecraft help with ADHD? ›

Minecraft Can Teach Kids a Variety of Skills

If your child with ADHD or learning issues loves to play Minecraft, they're just like a lot of other kids. But children with ADHD sometimes get too focused on preferred activities, and Minecraft (along with some other video games) can be one of those interests.

Does Minecraft make kids angry? ›

Parents frequently report that they notice more irritability in their kids after they have played video games such as Fortnite and Minecraft. One might think that they would be in a good mood after having so much fun playing video games, and this is the case for many kids.

Is Among Us violent? ›

Several dangers in Among Us make it unsuitable for kids, including graphic cartoon violence and unrestricted chats with strangers. The game is rated by the ESRB 10+, meaning that this organization has decided Among Us isn't safe for children 7-9 years old.

Who's your daddy age rating? ›

It's not rated by the ESRB because it's an indie game. I would say this is rated M for mature because it involves a suicidal baby.

Is among us ok for 8 year olds? ›

Should kids play Among Us? Among Us is an engaging and social game, and it can be a fun way for kids to connect with friends. The Apple Store suggests Among Us is appropriate for kids aged nine and up, due to infrequent cartoonish violence and horror themes.

Is Rainbow friends OK for kids? ›

But overall, since Rainbow Friends is a multiplayer game mode where players work together, its experience becomes a mild horror at best. Whether or not you let your child play it is your discretion, but those who scare easily might to best to avoid this one.

Did the DSMP end? ›

Minecraft stars say goodbye to Dream SMP server in emotional farewell stream. A Minecraft server that vaulted its members to international stardom has come to an end. On April 10, creators like Dream, TommyInnit, and Tubbo gathered for the final stream in the influential history of Dream SMP.

Why did DSMP end? ›

'" All in all, a combination of factors such as people going their separate ways, and the emergence of new servers such as Quackity's QSMP ultimately led to a decline in interest in Dream SMP. Furthermore, Dream losing the impetus meant it could not survive.

What is the biggest Minecraft server ever? ›

The largest and most popular server is widely accepted to be the well-known minigames server Hypixel.

Are servers on Minecraft free? ›

Yes, Servers are free to play as long as you have the Bedrock version of Minecraft.

What is the top 10 server? ›

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  • Dell PowerEdge R840. ...
  • Dell R740 Servers. ...
  • Organizations Scaling Down Their Servers. ...
  • HPE ProLiant Servers. ...
  • ThinkSystem Servers. ...
  • Quanta Servers. ...
  • Supermicro Servers.
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Which server is best for you? ›

The results are in, and these are the best dedicated servers:
  • Bluehost – Best overall dedicated hosting provider.
  • IONOS – Best for affordability.
  • HostGator – Best for bigger sites.
  • InMotion – Best for range of features.
  • A2 Hosting – Best for storage.
  • Dreamhost – Free plugin for WordPress.
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Is Minecraft for boys or girls? ›

Minecraft is often referred to as equally appealing to both boys and girls. The game's creator, Notch, has claimed that “gender doesn't exist” in Minecraft, and popular discourse commonly refers to young children's digital play in titles like Minecraft as gender-neutral.

How can 2 kids play Minecraft together? ›

Minecraft Console Edition players can always turn on split-screen multiplayer which allows for tandem play by the same players using the same console. Both xbox and PlayStation versions support up to four local players on the same console via split-screen.

Can Minecraft teach kids? ›

Minecraft promotes career skills

Over and above building stronger academic abilities, Minecraft can also help your child cultivate career skills. For example, by hosting a server, students can become their own systems administrators.

Can a 5 year old play Minecraft? ›

In general, a 5 year old child might get bored with the open ended nature of Minecraft. They may also not have the hand-eye coordination needed to build in the game. If a parent is confident that their 5-year-old can handle Minecraft, single player in creative mode would definitely be recommended.

How to get Robux for free? ›

Refer friends: Roblox offers a referral program that rewards players with free Robux for every friend they refer who signs up and makes a purchase. Complete surveys: Many websites and apps offer free Robux in exchange for completing surveys or watching videos, but it's essential to use legitimate websites and apps.

Will Roblox be on switch? ›

Note that you can access Roblox from your Nintendo Switch but you can't play Roblox games. However, you can change your avatar or chat with other players in Roblox from Nintendo Switch.

Did the Hive server shut down? ›

The FBI said it has shut down the Hive's ransomware network, seizing control of the notorious gang's servers and websites, and thwarting the pesky criminals' ability to sting future victims.

Is Hive shutting down Java? ›

The Hive Java shutting down because it is not as profitable as Bedrock is a HUGE deal. Minecraft Bedrock is where it's at Microsoft and the devs are pushing it constantly over Java.

What age is Hive for? ›

How old do you have to be to use Hive Social? On the Apple Store, Hive Social is rated as 17+. NSFW content is displayed only to those aged 18 and up, and users have to head to their settings in order to turn off the mature content filter, which is set to “on” as default when downloading the app.

What is the Minecraft kid Club server? ›

Kid Club is more than just a free, safe, kid-friendly Minecraft server for kids ages 8-13. It's also an online community where kids can explore their own creativity through unstructured play, collaborate with peers, and deepen their knowledge of Minecraft.

What is a fun server to play Minecraft with? ›

Hypixel is the most popular Minecraft server, and for good reason. There are tons of different game modes available, like the ever-popular Skyblock and Bedwars, as well as unique modes like Murder Mystery or Cops and Crims.

Is Dream SMP kid friendly? ›

It has a lot of swearing and sex jokes but that's what most teens do. The ultimate choice is up to parents if they should let their kids watch it but I'd say, as long as they don't swear a lot and you're fine with sexual jokes, it's fine for teens. Not kids though.

Is Empires SMP kid friendly? ›

The creators focus a lot on kingdom-building, and the series includes a moderate amount of roleplay and storytelling. Many of the series' members make an effort to keep their content family friendly, but OrionSound, MythicalSausage and SmallishBeans are the exception.

What is jail for Minecraft server? ›

Vortex Network. Vortex Network is a simple Minecraft prison server that supports various game modes, such as Pixelmon, skyblock, and survival, along with prison. Each mode has a unique space theme. Every mode references planets, spaceships, and many other cosmic entities.

Where do kids play Minecraft? ›

Kid Club is a free, safe, kid-friendly Minecraft server for kids ages 8-13. It's also an online community where kids can explore their own creativity through unstructured play, collaborate with peers, and deepen their knowledge of Minecraft.

Is Minecraft for kids with autism? ›

While many children with Autism crave routine and familiarity, Minecraft becomes a safe place to develop flexibility. They can explore an unknown world and face fears without giving up safety.

Why was Hive Java shut down? ›

The Hive Java shutting down because it is not as profitable as Bedrock is a HUGE deal. Minecraft Bedrock is where it's at Microsoft and the devs are pushing it constantly over Java. I can see Minecraft Java being obsolete in the next couple of years.

What servers should I join in Minecraft? ›

Best Free Minecraft Servers (2023)
  • Brawl.
  • Hypixel – Best Minecraft Server.
  • Among Us Performium.
  • MineHeroes.
  • Pixelmon on PocketPixel.
  • Roleplay-Hub.
  • SkyBlock Network.
  • Mineplex.
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What is a good free Minecraft server? ›

Aternos is probably the best place to host a Minecraft server for free. It offers easy and instant setup, plugins and mods, automatic backups, and DDoS protection to keep your Minecraft server safe from overloads.


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