It’s easy to set up the Minecraft launcher with profiles for different versions.

For one thing, there’s a new community of like-minded players to make friends with and collaborate with.

This will help your kid learn social skills, such as cooperating, compromising and problem-solving.

You’ll find that each server has its own unique “feel”, so it’s worth exploring a few of them to find out which one feels right for you.

Cubeville is a really nice server that’s committed to being family-friendly.

Now let’s look at a couple of issues that may come up when joining a server.

You can divide public Minecraft servers into two types: Applying for a whitelisted server can be a bit of a drag — especially when you have an impatient eight-year-old tugging at your sleeve — but it does provide an extra degree of reassurance that all the players on the server are known to the server administrators.

For example, the current version of Minecraft is 1.7.9, but many servers are still running 1.7.2, or even 1.6.4.

Sometimes the server’s website tells you what version they’re running, but sometimes the only way to tell is to try it and see.

It also has a Team Speak server for voice chat; you can find the IP address on the Towncraft website.