1.7.6-pre1 Minecraft Server List
What is a Minecraft Server?
A Minecraft Server is a service run by individuals to allow people to play together on Minecraft, the massively popular block-building game. To play on a Minecraft Server you will need 2 things; a copy of Minecraft and the IP address of the server you wish to play. On our server list you can find a wide range of Minecraft Servers with different game modes to find the Best Minecraft Servers from around the world!
What is a Minecraft Server List?
That what this site is! We provide a list of the service which allows people who own Minecraft Servers the ability to be found though search engines such as Google and Bing. On each listing you will see a 'Copy IP' button. What this does is add the IP address of that server to your clipboard, simply load up Minecraft and select 'Multiplayer' and paste (Ctrl+V) the IP address into the Server Address bar.
How do I find the 1.7.6-pre1 Minecraft Servers?
With so many Minecraft Servers around the world to choose from, how do you know where you can get onto the 1.7.6-pre1 Minecraft Servers as sorted by players votes? We provide a platform which allows you to find that dream Minecraft Server you have been looking for with exactly the right game modes, players to form friends with and a community to back it up for you to enjoy! Voting allows you to get rewards in a Minecraft Server for free, we like to promote this activity as it allows you to progress at no cost. We rank these minecraft servers below based on votes which you, the players, provide by putting in your username on any of these servers.
What is Minecraft Snapshot 1.7.6-pre1?
A Minecraft Snapshot is a testing version of future full version releases of Minecraft, allowing players to test new features and see sneak peaks at what is coming up soon in the game. It also provides a valuable ability for Mojang to have testing done on a large scale and fix bugs before the full version release.
We support Minecraft Snapshot 1.7.6-pre1 servers and allow players to find these servers, however, understand that these are testing samples of a future stable release of Minecraft. We suggest playing Minecraft Servers on the latest stable version and not on a Snapshot version.