MineCraft Game Servers
GamingDeluxe, Mincraft Servers. Our minecraft servers are only hosted on the latest highend Dell Poweredge servers. They are specifically chosen for there Core speed, each server can turbo upto 3.9ghz and all have 16gb ram minimum. The servers all run on SATA 3 and have fast SSD's to all you minecraft play time to be bug free. Our controlpanel is easy to use and allows a one click install of the latest mods, Bukkit, Essentials and Tekkit. Full FTP access is given to allow you to change any files you wish and you can stop and start your server to add mods.
Note all servers are set up on the defualt port only.
Our Support desk is open between 10am and 10pm should you get stuck and want a hand we are always happy to help. If you want us to add any mods to our automated install list just ask and we'll take a look for you.
Trust the gaming Deluxe Gigabit network, to give everyone that plays on your, mincraft server excellent pings and latency and our team of support staff to assist you when you need us.
What You Get
Minecraft Game Servers - from Â£4.50
We offer friendly expert support daily from 10am until 10pm via msn, irc and our ticket system. Your server is guaranteed a low gaming latency featuring on our custom built Gigabit Gaming Network to make sure you get perfect reg at affordable prices. Use our clan pay system to spread the cost ammongst your friends. Order now and your server will be set up and details mailed to you in 2 mins
Wait... We'll also throw in:
Free 1GB Webhosting on request.
Free 10 Slot Mumble voice server
Ability to edit .yml's, 1 Click install Bukkit Mod and plugins
Minecraft is developed by Markus Persson. It's been under development since about May 10, 2009.
Taken from the minecraft site:
Mincraft started after playing some Infiniminer with a couple of people from TigSource.
Then realized that a game that simple yet that dynamic had a lot of potential to turn into a really great game, and kept coming up with things I wanted to change and stuff I wanted to add.
I had recently quit my job as a game developer to be able to focus more on indie game dev during my free time, and I was looking for a new game to develop. I had a few ideas floating around, but most required really long development times.
These two factors led to Minecraft.