Using console commands and cheat codes is a big part of the whole gaming experience when it comes to Minecraft.
The Minecraft console commands and cheat codes help players to increase their overall performance. So it is better to know a few of them for the optimum Minecraft experience.
The important part to know is that these commands are not cheat codes as you would call them for other games, instead they enhance the gaming experience for Minecraft. However, you will have to enable a cheat setting to use some of them.
In this article, we are going to list down 20+ Minecraft console commands and cheat codes that you can use to enhance your Minecraft gaming experience.
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Minecraft Console Commands and Cheat Codes
How to Use Them?
It is fairly simple to use Minecraft console commands and cheat codes. To use them you just have to open the chat window and type forward slash “/”, then enter your desired command.
You can also use up and down keys and scroll through previously entered commands. Also, for a lot of these commands to work, you will have to enable cheat while creating a new Minecraft world.
If you haven’t enabled the cheat while creating a new world, you can do it by opening the game to LAN and then selecting “Allow Cheats”, even if you are not on a LAN.
Minecraft also allows some shortcuts that will save you time. So instead of typing a player’s name(s) for the layer prompt, you can use the shortcuts mentioned below to target someone specific:
|The nearest player to you
|All players in the world
|All entities in the world
The coordinates are expressed using x, y, and z. x covers east(+) to the west(-) of the origin point, z covers south(+) to the north(-) of the origin point and y is the height from 0 to 255, and 64 is sea level.
|/give [Player] [Item] [Amount] Example: /give Whatever minecraft:planks 10
|Can be used to give some item to another player from your inventory.
|/tp [player] x y z
|Teleport yourself or some other player to a specific location.
|Kill your character or you can add other player’s names to kill their character.
|Change game mode to creative mode. Allows player fight, unlimited resources, and no mob attacks.
|/weather [weather_type] Example: /weather snow
|Choose the weather for your world.
|Change game mode to Survival mode. Mob attacks and gathering of resources on your own.
|/time set 1000 Replace “1000” with “0” for dawn, “6000” for midday, “1200” for dusk, and “18000” for night.
|Set any time of the day.
|/difficulty [level] Example: /difficulty peaceful. You can also select “easy”, “normal”, and “hard” in place of “peaceful”
|Changes difficulty to a particular level.
|Your World’s Seed Code
|Generates a code for your world. You can not it down to load the same one in the future.
|/gamerule keepInvetory true
|Makes sure that you don’t lose the items upon dying. To reverse this, change “true” to “false”.
|/gamerule doDaylightCycle false
|Stops the day/light cycle of the game. To resume the cycle, change “false” to “true”.
|Turns the creature into a mount.
|Instantly drops a desired creature or object in your world.
|Increases the water level significantly drowning everything except the highest mountains.
|One-click mining with any given tool.
|Stops the mobs right in their tracks.
|Instantly grows a planted seed.
|Turn on or off the fall damage.
|Turn on or off the fire damage.
|Turn on or off the water damage.
|Weapons become immune to damage or degradation.
|Turns every item into smelted form.
|Stores all the inventory into a chest.
|Copies and drops the item sack that you equip.
|Gives information for a given command
So these were some of the most essential Minecraft console commands and cheat codes, do use them and let us know which one you liked the most.