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Geyser is a bridge between Minecraft: Bedrock Edition and Minecraft: Java Edition, closing the gap from those wanting to play true cross-platform.
Geyser is an open collaboration project by CubeCraft Games.
Geyser is a proxy, bridging the gap between Minecraft: Bedrock Edition and Minecraft: Java Edition servers. The ultimate goal of this project is to allow Minecraft: Bedrock Edition users to join Minecraft: Java Edition servers as seamlessly as possible. Please note, this project is still a work in progress and should not be used on production. Expect bugs!
Special thanks to the DragonProxy project for being a trailblazer in protocol translation and for all the team members who have now joined us here!
Take a look here for how to set up Geyser.
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The following things can't be fixed because of Bedrock limitations. They might be fixable in the future, but not as of now.
git submodule update --init --recursive. This downloads all the needed submodules for Geyser and is a crucial step in this process.
mvn clean installand locate to the
Any contributions are appreciated. Please feel free to reach out to us on Discord if you're interested in helping out with Geyser.