Minecraft cheats can be used with commands, special code inputs that are entered into the console and enable you to modify features and elements of your game, such as teleporting, creating items and more. Unfortunately , you can only play this game when playing the PC version of the game, in which Minecraft cheats are properly implemented. Players playing PlayStation, Xbox, Switch or Mobile versions of Minecraft aren't able to cheat sadly, but for those who are PC users we can demonstrate how to have almost total control and use Minecraft cheats and commands to your heart's content, as well as a full command list to use from.
How to use Minecraft commands
You can make use of cheats in Minecraft by using Java Edition or Bedrock Edition.
Open Minecraft singleplayer Create a new world
Go to Game Settings
Click on "Allow Cheats" to toggle it on.
Generate and join the world
Once inside the world press the forward slash key (/) to open the chat window.
Enter the command , then press enter.
(You can also make use of the up/down arrow keys to navigate through previous commands)
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If cheats are desired for a game you have already begun you can make them from the Game Settings menu by pressing ESC and editing it in the Game Settings menu. However, you'll have to be the creator and owner of the world that you're in. Visitors to your world can't modify or alter it since it's not their world to make this change.
Instead of typing individual player names into the prompt instead, you can make use of these shortcuts to select specific targets to your command:
@p = The closest player to you.
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@r is a random player
@a = all players in the world
@e = All entities in the world
@s = you
Coordinates are expressed as x,y,z. x is the distance east (+) or west (-) from the origin point. z is south (+), or north (-) from the origin point. The height is between zero and 255, 64 being sea level. You can also use tilde (~) or caret (^) notation, which is a number to express relative coordinates offset from your current location and the notation by itself representing ~0 or ^0 ie zero offset. Tilde offsets are based on the world coordinates, which means that ~5 ~ ~-5 would be 5 blocks +5 on the x (east), no blocks on y (same height) and 5 blocks on the z (north). Caret offsets are calculated based on which direction the player's head is facing in relation to the forward, left and upward axes. Therefore, 5 -5 would mean five blocks left, five blocks upwards (same height) 5 blocks backward.
Cheats and commands for Minecraft Player.
/kill [player] - Kill yourself (or specified player)
- Teleport yourself or a specified player to the specified coordinates
- Applies the effect to the specified player or entity for an optional duration in seconds. A list of effect codes is here
- Clear all effects, or optionally just the specified effect, from the player or the entity
- At an optional level, apply the enchantment to the player's chosen item. Here is an inventory of enchantment code.
Adds the specified amount of points of experience to the player. To add levels of experience add the word levels at the end of the line.
Cheats and commands for Minecraft the world and environment
/seed - Creates an identifier for the seed code, so you can recreate your world in the future.
- Set the world's spawning point to the current location of the player, or optionally specified coordinates if entering.
You or an additional player can choose the game's game mode (use survival or creative adventure or spectator).
This query will determine the significance of a specific game rule or modify it in the event that an optional value has been entered. A list of rules codes is available here.
- Adjusts the difficulty level (use normal, peaceful, or hard).
- Sets the world's game time. Use the numbers 0 (Dawn), 1000(Morning), 6000(Midday), 12000 (12000) or 18000 (Night).
To activate the day/night cycle, switch off the day/night cycle, and replace false with true
- Sets the weather type (use rain or clear, or thunder) for an option of a duration of seconds
- Stop weather changes, replace false with true to activate
- Clones the blocks in the area between coordinates and place them with coordinates in the northwest corner
Minecraft Item and Mob Cheats and Commands
/give [quantity] - Adds item to player's inventory, in the specified amount in the event that item can be stackable. A list of item codes is available here.
Keep inventory items even if you're away. Replace false with true to reverse the process
Creates an entity at the player's current location , or optionally at specific coordinates, in the event that you enter the coordinates. Here is a list of entities codes
These should be plenty of Minecraft cheats to allow you to play around with your worlds to the max. If you need any more assistance with using any of these commands, just use /help [command] to find additional information and guidance.
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