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Vivecraft requires the original PC Java edition of Minecraft.

Vivecraft supports Minecraft versions 1.7.10, and 1.10 through 1.19.2. Check Downloads for specific links.

Vivecraft is best used in roomscale with SteamVR-Compatible hardware such as the HTC Vive or Cosmos, Valve Index, Oculus Rift S and WMR headsets.

Vivecraft can also play on mobile VR devices such as Oculus Quest and GearVR, PSVR or Daydream, Cardboard, Vive Focus via SteamVR Emulators or Oculus Quest.

Vivecraft is available in single player, LAN multi-player, and multi-player server.

All versions of Vivecraft include Optifine for performance and shader support.

The Forge modding platform is supported in all versions.

Spigot and Forge come with server plugins that can be used to enhance your VR multiplayer experience.

Are you a streamer? Vivecraft supports Mixed Reality and undistorted desktop mirroring.

The Vivecraft NonVR Companion mod allows your non-VR friends to see your head and hand movements in multiplayer

Optimized for standing play using motion controllers, it also allows sitting play with a keyboard and mouse.

VR Features

- Full roomscale support for room scale. This That Or The Other You can walk around your room as you build and mine. Blocks in Minecraft are one meter long. You'll be amazed by how big they are! - World Scaling: You can scale your size from anywhere in the world. Play as an ant or an enormous! You can break blocks and fight with your hands by swinging them! Draw and aim two-handedly using your bow to shoot your bow! Climb, swim run, jump and eat, sneak crawl, and row while actually doing the movement! Context-sensitive interactions with doors, pistons levers, buckets, animals, and levers. Play with your pals and watch each other's VR movements. Even for 2D players! More info. There are a variety of VR locomotion options for your preferred style of play including arc teleportation (with the option of limiting it for a balanced survival experience). Free-movement within the direction you are pointing the controller or your head. - Walkabout-style of rotation to use 100% room-scale movement. Use WASD to put yourself in a look direction to climb and jump.


Vivecraft started out in 2013 as Minecrift by mabrowning and StellaArtois as a mod for seated-VR that was developed for the Oculus Rift development kits. Automat-GH brought it to OpenVR in the early part of 2016. He also added the original implementations for roomscale play, teleporting, and the name MinecriftVive. Techjar and jrbudda began to update the mod in mid-2016. They have since added numerous new features and improved compatibility for the larger Minecraft community. The project is now Vivecraft to help differentiate from previous versions.