We support Bedrock!

Through the use of a set of plugins called Geyser & Floodgate, we allow bedrock players to join & if both Bedrock & Java copies are owned, use their linked Java account on our server to play as the same user! Try it out!

To join from Switch, PlayStation, or Xbox, you’ll need to add “Livecraft9255” to your friends list. Once you do this, you’ll be able to join Livecraft by joining a cross platform friend’s world.

Beta 1.7.3 Server now live!

I’ve been feeling nostalgic lately for old Minecraft and have had performance issues on other servers, so I decided to start my own Beta server! To join, you’ll need to use a special launcher or mod to fix online mode for older versions. For details, check out our beta server information page. I’ve included instructions on how to play as well as some information about the server.


What’s New: Week 517

Saw my old “What’s New” weekly-ish posts and decided to see how many weeks it’s been since then. 517 weeks! We’re old.

I’m introducing a new page which will be coming soon, with the goal of documenting available commands, what they do, and who has access to them. This will include Livecraft-specific features, such as the poke command.

Update: I’ve launched those pages! They can be accessed by expanding the About category, or by clicking one of the links below:

Livecraft Archives!

We’ve added a section to the site for archives from Livecraft’s history. You’ll be able to find world downloads, old content, and more to come on this page. You can visit https://www.livecraft.net/livecraft-archives to see the content available. If you’d like to make any suggestions, have anything to contribute, or want to comment, please reach out by leaving a comment on the page, this post, or on Discord.

Livecraft Back Online

It’s been a long time coming, but Livecraft is back online. www.livecraft.us and www.livecraft.com have been bought by domain parkers, and they want over $2,000, so I’m now hosting it at livecraft.net. To join the server, simply point your Minecraft client to livecraft.net

See you soon!

Back at it again!

Livecraft, after a long time offline, has come back! No, this isn’t an April fool’s joke — it’s the real deal. Our server is now hosted by Server.pro, and our website is powered by WordPress. To help with hosting costs, you can make a donation here.

Livecraft Discord Server

Being that I can’t get the server online in the near future, I’ve made a Discord server. If you haven’t heard of Discord, imagine IRC chat (if you know that), mixed with Skype and Teamspeak. Long story short, it’s great, and here’s the link to join! If you don’t already have Discord, I highly recommend downloading it.

There is no requirement to join, other than signing into Discord.

  1. Download Discord (optional, recommended)
  2. Join Livecraft’s Server

Livecraft Update

I’d like to address growing concern regarding Livecraft’s future. I’ve had it offline for some time, due to various concerns, so I’ll be explaining what is going on. I’ve been quite busy with work in my personal life, as well as dealing with computer hardware problems on the server. The server software that was used to run the server no longer functions as expected, and the original developer has abandoned the project (ahtenus’ minecraft-init). I have since created my own version; however, it does not perform all of the functions necessary to run Livecraft properly; therefore, Livecraft cannot run as expected at the moment. The server computer itself is heavily underpowered and I do not have the funds to upgrade it.

So, what does this mean for Livecraft?

Livecraft’s regular operations are on a hiatus until the following can be certain:

  1. Either a new computer to host it, or enough dependable money to rent a VPS monthly
  2. Staff familiar with whichever setup it will use, so it can be administrated without me
  3. When I can get more free time
  4. If #1 involves a new computer, we will need a working minecraft-init systemd bash script.

Livecraft is something I care about greatly; however, I don’t want to force myself to run it when it does not meet the expectations I have for the server. To put it bluntly, I would rather provide no server than a very poor experience.

I aim to have Livecraft online in a future date, but I honestly cannot guarantee a date when it will return. All I can say for now is that I do intend on bringing it back


Jonathan Alfonso


Livecraft Is Currently Offline

Notice: Livecraft is currently offline until further notice. Due to hardware difficulties and lack of funding, a repair is not possible currently and may take up to four weeks to complete. I apologize for the inconvenience.


Jonathan Alfonso (alfonsojon)