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Topic # 222727 25-Aug-2017 17:07
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I have ended up with 2 Minecraft "windows 10 version" accounts, how do i set them up so my kids can play against each other







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  Reply # 1852805 25-Aug-2017 20:09
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Easiest way is for them to both join any online server at the same time.


They will need a PC each.


More fiddling and you can set up a server on one of the 2 PC's (or another computer). Servers are free - just download the correct one for the PC/NAS/whatever you want to start one one and spend a some time googling :)




I just asked my 8 year old and and her favorite minecraft server on line is hypixel. 


Start with that one.


You go into multliplayer and find it from there.


Server name to search for is

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