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Welcome to SafeCraft.

Elliswin AdminOwner posted Jun 26, 14  -  News
SafeCraft is a 'White listed' Minecraft server that is designed to be a safe place for children and the families & friends of children that have autistic conditions, to play Minecraft on line.

If you are a child or a family member, or friend of a child with an autistic condition, and you have the PC/Mac version of Minecraft you can apply to be added the server whitelist and granted access to the Minecraft Server.

SafeCraft was created by myself Ellis Deacon (in game name EllisWin) & my wife Michelle Deacon (in game name ShellyWin) after we took part in an autism awareness anti-bullying campaign, and decided that we wanted to do more as a family, so we started SafeCraft, SafeCraft is the first UK based Minecraft server, with owners that are trained in Safeguarding Children & Adults. The server and website have been specifically designed to be a place where children with autistic conditions can play safely, together with their friends & families without being judged, bullied or mistreated in any way.

We also invite applications from parents of any child, no matter what their ability, who would like a safe place for their children to play Minecraft online.

Some SafeCraft features include:
  • Sophisticated chat filtering software to keep in game chat friendly and supportive.
  • Survival worlds with no PVP and inventory protection.
  • Anti griefing software to protect your builds.
  • In game simple support ticket system for all players to access and ask for help.
  • Mini-games that add enhanced game play to Minecraft.
  • No pay to play, all items within the server shop can be bought with 'Points' which can be earned in game.
  • Friendly, supportive & helpful Admin/Moderation staff.
  • Safeguarding Children & Adults trained Owners & Staff
For more information please read our FAQ and Parent Information pages, we look forward to meeting you all on the server.

We would like to ask all our players that have not yet added their Minecraft Character to their account to do so, adding your character is quick and easy, and allows you to access the in game and website SafeCraft shops, and the absolute best thing about adding your character is that we give you 1000 Points for doing so, that's right 1000 points to spend in game or on the website server store, here you can buy all sorts of in game items, some exclusive to the shop, and of course your own pets that you can name, ride or wear as hats!

You too can own your own pet Ender Dragon and fly around the survival worlds atop of your flying dragon, or have that ever so cute black and white kitten following you around as your pet, these are all available in the website/server game store for you to enjoy.

Adding your character also puts a 3D image of your player on any of your forum posts, and updates your player avatar to reflect your own unique skin.

So don't know how to do this? not a problem, the really nice people at enjin have already though of that, and TheTux2 has made a very nice video to watch that explains it all, combine this with some simple written instructions, and you will be up and running in no time.

So go ahead, watch the video, read the instructions, and get on with adding your character and those 1000 points will drop into your account as soon as your done.

How to add your Minecraft character to your profile

  • Sign into SafeCraft, and go to your user Profile Page
  • Select the Characters Icon on the left hand side of your profile.
  • Click Add Character on the top right.
  • Select Minecraft PC from the drop down menu
  • Open you generic Minecraft client/programme.
  • Go to multiplayer
  • Direct connect to the server address
  • When you join you will be given your own unique player code, make a note of this code.
  • Return to your profile page and submit the code into the input field and then tick add character to global character list
  • Click on Save Character button & your done.

We would like to see all players add their characters, it is part of our signup process, and helps us keep SafeCraft safe, as we can confirm who is who, as players can have different enjin user names compared to their minecraft user name.

Thanks for keeping SafeCraft safe, and as always we look forward to seeing you all on the server.

We have been keeping up with news from CES 2015 show and finding out about some of the announcements of new & cool things coming soon in the tech world, and were glad we did, were also glad now that Microsoft bought Minecraft, check out this video for some cool new ways to work and most importantly play Minecraft!

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I soo want them immediatley!!!!!

Mojang have announced that some players of Minecraft have been duped into giving out their minecraft login details to a fraudulent website, do not fear though Mojang are on the ball and here is what they have to say on the matter:

Let’s talk about password security

by Owen on January 21, 2015


Have you been hacked? What’s going on, Moj?
No! We haven’t been hacked. A bunch of bad people have tricked some of our users into disclosing their account information. We’ve emailed everyone affected, and reset all compromised passwords. If you haven’t received an email from us, you don’t need to worry.

No-one has gained access to the Mojang mainframe. Even if they did, we store your passwords in a super encrypted format. Honestly, you don’t need to panic.

So how did they get the info? You were hacked, weren’t you?
No – we weren’t hacked. The bad people got their hands on other people’s passwords by using an evil technique called "phishing.” That basically means they pretend to be Mojang and fool people into entering their private details onto fake websites.

What can I learn from this?
You should never, ever, enter your Mojang account details on websites that aren’t owned by us. It’s good practice to use different passwords for each of your internet logins too. That way, if someone does get hold of one password, they won’t get access to your other stuff.

I’d still like to reset my Mojang password. Just to be safe
Fair enough. You sound like a sensible one. Here’s a link: If you have any other support issues, is your friend.

Thanks for reading.

Two New Block Hunt arenas now open.

Elliswin AdminOwner posted Jan 15, 15  -  BlockhuntNews

We are really pleased to let you all know that we have at last added 2 new arenas to the Blockhunt game, we have for quite some time had 3, and then recently had the new Canals one built by ZappedByTheSky built, but we have been busy on 2 new ones too.

The first arena is a smaller arena, which makes for a great quick game, and this is themed as a small wild western town, there are a few small buildings that make up this little town, with plenty of great hiding places, most of the buildings roof's can be accessed, so think of those places when seeking hidden players too.

The second new arena is a larger more difficult arena that is themed around those fun little blue guys and gals The Smurfs, we have recreated a small Smurf village with a selection of toadstool houses, a honey tree with a hive leaking honey whilst bee's buzz around, a boat and water mill, and of course not forgetting Gargamel and his cat Azrael.

We hope you all have great fun enjoying these 2 new arenas, and as always we look forward to joining for a game or two soon.

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