Minecraft Cheats & Commands: How to Use Them
Become a pro in Minecraft creations and challenges with these list of all Cheats / Commands and learn how to use them.
Minecraft is entertaining and interesting, but the game can get tough at times and small tasks consume more time. While creating your dream world there can be some buildings or environments that require more than what you have. Commands and cheats are available to make complicated things more easy and move on with the next levels of the game. This article is going to concentrate on some of the important cheats and how commands can be used.
The huge number of Minecraft cheats and console commands available in this ocean-like game cannot be covered in an article. But we have taken a list of cheats that you should know for better gaming. There are also few important commands mentioned below for you to stay ahead in the game when you play it.
Before we get into the cheats and how part there is another important thing to note. Cheats can be used only in a world where they are enabled. When you create a world you will be asked about enabling cheats and while playing a single-player game you would have to select “Allow cheats.”
How to use Cheats
When your world is cheat enabled you are all set to make the game bend according to your wish. The first step is to press the “C” key and bring the command bar up.
The command bar is the place where you will enter the commands. Use a forward slash (/) before all your commands and hit enter.
You should also choose targets to be the recipients of your cheats. For this, there are some shorthand Minecraft commands that can replace the long names and they are mentioned below.
Shorthand Minecraft Commands
@p -> the player next to you or nearest to you
@r –> a random player
@a –> all players
@e –> all entities in the world.
@s -> yourself
Now, if you are clear with the basics of cheats and commands its time to get introduced to the main part. Below is the list of console commands for Minecraft worlds.
Minecraft Console commands
Change Difficulty Level
Alter the level of difficulty using this command. You can use either of the following levels.
/weather <type> [duration]
Change the weather of the place where you are playing. Use the following types for weather change and an optional duration in seconds.
If you want your plants to grow instantly after the seeds are sown, use this command.
Using this command you can mine with just one click.
All inventory items are stored in a newly spawned chest.
The replicas of the equipped item stack can be made with this.
Freezes selected mobs.
Changes the gamemode for everyone in the session. Add a player’s name to the end of the code to alter the mode for different players. Replace “<mode>” with one of the following options:
Example: /gamemode Survival
This kills everything, including the player. If you want to kill a particular player you can use the following.
To kill a certain type of mob, use /kill @e[type=mobType].
/clone <x1 y1 z1> <x2 y2 z2> <x y z>
Used to clone blocks between coordinates <x1 y1 z1> and <x2 y2 z2>, and place them at coordinates <x y z>.
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