Over the course of past few years, the gaming world has witnessed incredible Minecraft creations. From simple creations to entire game worlds, the opportunities are virtually endless. There are plenty of tools at your disposal to shape up your imaginations; however, sometimes you need a little extra. This is where Minecraft Console Commands and Cheats come in.
Console Commands in Minecraft are incredibly simple to use. Prior to creating a world, you will be asked whether to enable cheats or not. Obviously if you want to use Minecraft Cheats, you must select ‘YES’, otherwise, your console commands will not work. Once you have hit ‘YES’, go ahead and load up the world to be able to use the console commands listed below.
How to Use Minecraft Console Commands and Cheats
Once you are in the world, you need to press the ‘C’ key in order to bring up a command bar in which you need to enter all your Minecraft Cheat Codes. One important thing that you need to know is to ensure that your desired console command is prefixed by a forward slash or /. Once you have entered a correct command prefixed by /, simply hit the ‘Enter’ key to see the effect.
In this Minecraft Console Commands and Cheats Guide, we have listed all available console commands and cheats that you can use in Minecraft. If there are any more that you think we missed, do let us know in the comments section below!
Details a particular command and its effect.
/give [Amount] [DataValue]
This allows you to give another player an items or items from your inventory.
This command should allow you to teleport you or another player to your desired location.
Allows you to kill your character or another player by adding his/her name to the command.
Allows you to change the weather or world.
It enables flight, unlimited resources, and prevents mobs from attacking you.
It allows mobs to attack you and you must collect resources and everything.
/time set 0
It allows you to change the time of the day, ‘0’ for dawn, ‘6000’ for midday, ‘12000’ for dusk, and ‘18000’ for night.
It changes the difficulty. You can replace ‘Peaceful’ with ‘Easy’, ‘Normal’, or ‘Hard’.
It allows you to acquire a code for your world that you can use in order to load the identical world at a later date.
Keep Inventory Upon Death
/gamerule keepInventory true
This essentially allows you to keep your inventory upon dying.
/gamerule doDaylightCycle false
This basically allows you to stop the game’s day/night cycle.
This allows you to summon your desired creature/object near you.
This allows you explode an area where you are pointing.
This allows you to submerge the entire world in water; everything except the highest mountains.
This allows you to teleport to an area you are facing.
This allows you to negate all the damage dealt to you by mobs.
This allows you to turn your desired creature into a mount.
This allows you to one-click mine using any available tool.
This allows you to stop mobs where they stand.
This allows you to toggle Fall Damage on or off.
This allows you to toggle Fire Damage on or off.
This allows you to toggle Water Damage on or off.
This allows you to turn any item into its smelted form.
This allows you to instantaneously grow a plant.
This allows you to store all of your inventory items into a chest that appears near your characters.
This prevents your items from degrading in the game.
This simply duplicates your equipped items.
This is all we have in our Minecraft Console Commands and Cheats Guide. If there is anything else that you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!