Minecraft Console Commands And Cheats

    Minecraft Console Commands And Cheats
    Yayınlama: 01.01.2024
    Düzenleme: 19.05.2024 22:19

    Minecraft Console Commands And Cheats 2024; What is Minecraft? Minecraft is a video game developed by Markus Alexej Persson and published by Mojang Studios in 2011. With the increasing popularity of the game, it was acquired by Microsoft in 2014. The aim of the game is not only limited as designing with blocks, but also has become the most favorite of the game world since the day it was developed thanks to its infrastructure enriched with 3D voxel graphics.In this article, we will tell you about the general features of the Minecraft game, which is the best-selling game in the history of the world,how to play it, console commands and cheats.

    What are the goals and modes of this game?

    As the name of the game suggests, producing new materials using mines such as coal, iron, gold, diamonds, emeralds and quartz given in the game is the apparent main purpose of the game.Although it may seem daunting for beginners, the basic logic of the game is to build, survive and explore.There are 3 main platforms in this game: Java Edition, Bedrock Edition, Education Edition. Survival and Creative are the game’s two major modes. Players in survival mode must gather their own construction materials and food. They also interact with moving animals and blocklike mobs.(Among the deadly ones are creepers and zombies.) Players in creative mode are provided resources and do not need to eat to survive. They can also instantly break through any type of obstruction.

    Which devices can I play from?

    Versions are available for PCs, Macs, and the Xbox 360. It  is also possible to use iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, and Android smartphone version.

    What are console commands and cheats?

    Console commands are similar to cheat codes in that they allow you to teleport about the map, load your pockets with uncommon resources, and affect the server with a few keystrokes. The best part is that utilizing terminal commands in Minecraft is very simple.

    What are the stages for the application of the console commands?

    The first thing to do is to make sure that the game is being played on a server that allows console commands.It is enough to enable this option during installation. If you are playing on another server, it is necessary to pull up the command console menu, and this will depend on the platform on which the game is being played, but it can be performed on the PC using the “/” key.Then it will be enough to write the cheat code with the command console turned on.

    It is also necessary to know a few codes for entering the dialog box after pulling up the command console, which is the first stage.Although these codes come as suggestions in some versions, they are not available in some versions.For this reason, we think some codes may be helpful those who want to use their time more efficiently in the Minecraft game to take advantage of the commands and cheats.

    Since there have been various games, cheats have shown theirself in a way both because it increases the pleasure received from the game and because of the desire to win.This is also the case in the Minecraft game.Although the cheats and console commands used vary depending on the versions, the cheats that jun be most useful to you in general and double the pleasure you will get from the game are listed below.

    Minecraft Console Commands List

    • Target selector shortcuts
    • @p – nearest player
    • @r – random player
    • @a – all players
    • @e – all entities
    • @s – the entity executing the command
    • /tp [player] <x y=”” z=””></x> Teleport a player to a specific location
    • /experience add <player> <amount></amount></player> Give a player free experience points
    • /difficulty <level></level> Alter the difficulty of your game (Peaceful, Easy, Normal, or Hard)
    • /weather <type> [duration]</type> Alter the weather
    • /give <player> <item> [quantity]</item></player> Give a player free items
    • /summon <entity> [x y z]</entity> Create a mob at the select location
    • /help [CommandName]                    Ensures detailed info about a specific console command
    • /give <player><item>[Amount]        Give a player a certain amount of a selected item
    • /tp [TargetPlayer] x y x              Move a player to a selected portion of the map
    • /kill [TargetPlayer]                  Instantly kill your target
    • /weather WeatherType  Change the weather (Rain, Thunder, Snow)
    • /gamemode creative                 Switch your server to Creative Mode
    • /gamemode survival                 Switch your server to Survival Mode
    • /time                                        Change the time of day (0 for Dawn, 18000 for Night)
    • /difficulty [Setting]                Change difficulty (Peaceful, Easy, Normal, Hard)
    • /seed                                        Display the code for your current seed
    • /summon                            Create the target object
    • /atlantis                           Raise the amount of water in your world
    • /instantmine                            Mine any object with one single click
    • /falldamage                            Enable or disable fall damage
    • /waterdamage Enable or disable water damage
    • /firedamage                             Enable or disable fire damage
    • /duplicate                           Duplicate the item you are holding
    • /dropstore                          Store your inventory in a chest (Spawned automatically)
    • /instantplant                          Plants grow instantly
    • /instantmine                           Enables one-click mining
    • /ride            Turns the creature you’re facing into a mount.

    Minecraft Console Commands Delete Blocks

    To delete blocks in Minecraft using a command, you can use the /fill command with the air block as the fill block. The /fill command allows you to fill a region of blocks with a specific block type.

    Here is an example of how to use the /fill command to delete blocks in Minecraft:

    1. Press the “t” key to open the chat window and enter the /fill command.
    2. Specify the coordinates for the region you want to delete blocks in. You can use the /execute command to specify a relative position, or you can use absolute coordinates.
    3. Set the fill block to “air” using the block ID “air” (0).
    4. Press enter to execute the command.

    For example, to delete all blocks in a 3x3x3 area centered on the player’s position, you could use the following command:

    /fill ~-1 ~-1 ~-1 ~1 ~1 ~1 air 0

    This command will fill the specified region with air blocks, effectively deleting the blocks that were previously there.

    It is important to note that the /fill command can be used to delete blocks, but it can also be used to place blocks. Be careful when using this command, as it can have unintended consequences if used incorrectly. It is always a good idea to carefully read the documentation and practice using the command in a test world before using it in a survival or creative game.

    The way I do it is I use the /fill command. If you want to change a block to another block, or just delete it, look at the block, and do /fill (press tab 3 times) (block that you want to replace it with.) If you want to replace it with nothing, do the same command, but replace the block with Minecraft:air.

    Minecraft Console Commands Bedrock

    Below you’ll find a list of every available command in Minecraft Bedrock edition, along with a description of what they do in-game.

    /abilityGrants or revokes ability to a player
    /alwaysdayStops or resumes the day-night cycle
    /camerashakeCreates a camera shaking effect
    /changesettingChange a dedicated server setting
    /clearClear item(s) from the player’s inventory
    /clearspawnpointRemoves the spawn point
    /cloneCopies block(s) and puts them in a location
    /connectConnect to websocket server
    /deopTakes operator status away from a player
    /dialogueOpens NPC dialogue
    /difficultySets the game’s difficulty
    /effectAdd/Remove status effects
    /enchantEnchants a selected item
    /eventTriggers an event
    /executeExecutes a different command
    /fillFills an area with blocks
    /fogChanges fog settings
    /functionRuns a function
    /gamemodeSets player’s game mode
    /gameruleSets game rule
    /gametestGameTest features
    /giveGives an item to a player
    /helpDisplays a list of available commands and information about them
    /immutableworldSet immutable world state
    /kickKick a player
    /killKill any entity
    /listLists players
    /locateLocate the closest structure
    /meDisplays a message
    /mobeventEnables or disables mob event
    /musicAllows the player to play music tracks
    /opGives player operator status
    /opsReloads or displays permissions list
    /particleCreates particle(s)
    /playanimationPlay an animation
    /playsoundPlays a sound
    /reloadReloads functions, advancements and loot tables
    /replaceitemReplace any item(s) in inventory
    /rideChange ride settings or entities
    /saveResume, status query, backup
    /sayDisplays a message to multiple players
    /scheduleSchedule the execution of a function
    /scoreboardManages the scoreboard
    /setblockChanges a block
    /setmaxplayersThe max amount of players allowed to join
    /setworldspawnSets the world spawn point
    /spawnpointSet the spawn point of a player
    /spreadplayersSpreads entities around the map randomly
    /stopThe command used to stop the server
    /stopsoundStop a sound
    /structureSave or load structures
    /summonSummons an entity
    /tagControl entity tags
    /teleportTeleports entities
    /tellrawDisplays message to players (JSON)
    /testforNumber of entities matching specified criteria
    /testforblockCheck if a block is in a location
    /testforblocksCheck if the blocks in two regions match
    /tickingareaList, add, remove ticking areas
    /timeChanges world time
    /titleControl screen titles
    /titlerawControl screen titles (JSON)
    /toggledownfallChanges the weather
    /tpSame as ‘/teleport’
    /wSame as ‘/tell’ ,’/msg’. Displays private message
    /wbEdit restricted blocks. Same as ‘/worldbuilder’
    /weatherSets the weather
    /xpAdds or removes exp from a player

    Minecraft Console Commands Creative Mode

    To put the executing player into Creative mode: /gamemode creative/gamemode c ‌ /gamemode 1 ‌

    /gamemode creativeSwitch your server to Creative Mode

    /tp <player> <target></target></play

    In the player spot, you will put the name of the person to whom you want to change the gamemode of, this could be yourself or another player on the server. In the next part, you will either put “0” which is Survival or “1” which is Creative. The brackets are not used. For example, a sample command would say: /gamemode 1 Carpetfizz which will change my game type to Creative mode.

    Minecraft Console Commands Give items

    The /give command always gives exactly one of the specified item (by numeric ID) to the specified player.

    Give Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

    In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.17, 1.18, 1.19 and 1.20, the syntax to give a player an item is:

    /give <targets> <item> [amount] [dataTag]

    In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12, the syntax to give a player an item is:

    /give <player> <item> [amount] [data] [dataTag]


    • targets or player is the name of the player (or a target selector) to give the item to.
    • item is the name of the item to give (See Minecraft Item Names).
    • amount is optional. It is the amount of the item that you want to give. If you don’t specify an amount, the player will be given 1 of the item.
    • data is optional. It identifies the variation of the block if more than one type exists for that Item ID (See Minecraft Data Values). Use a value of 0 if no data value exists for the item.
    • dataTag is optional. It is the data tag that you want to set for the item being given. It is a compound NBT tag such as {Potion:harming} or {EntityTag:{id:Creeper}}.

    Minecraft Console Commands Not Working

    Commands aren’t working in-game:Oftentimes if this is happening, this means that you are not properly opped through the server console. In the console, ensure you enter op [YourUsername] and replace [YourUsername] with your own playername. Once this is done, you can try to use the commands once again

    More information would be helpful. Are you running 1.13? What command are you trying that failed?

    For creative, type: /gamemode creative

    For Survival, type: /gamemode survival

    Tab-complete should walk you through the syntax.

    It’s showing that message because you’re playing on a singleplayer world that doesn’t have cheats enabled. The /gamemode command is considered to be a “cheat” command, so it won’t let you run it (by apparently pretending that it doesn’t exist). The easiest solution would be to create a new world and enable cheats while doing so.

    Also, the syntax for the /gamemode command changed in a recent update. The syntax is now /gamemode <gamemode> [player]. As example, if you want to change your own gamemode to creative mode, the command would be /gamemode creative. If you want to change Bob’s gamemode to adventure mode, the command would be /gamemode adventure Bob.

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