Minecraft Cheats – All of the Minecraft Commands: To get access to Minecraft hacks, you’ll need to learn how to utilize Minecraft commands, which are a collection of shortcodes or phrases that you may put into have beneficial effects applied to your game. Because of the way these work, they’re unfortunately only available for PC users, so you won’t be able to use them on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, or mobile devices.
However, for PC users, these Minecraft cheats can be used to modify a variety of things, including changing the time of day, changing the weather, teleporting yourself to any location in Minecraft, spawning the items or mobs you want, leveling yourself up, and much more as pretty much anything is possible. We’ll go over how to access and input Minecraft commands in the next section, as well as go over the various choices accessible.
How to take advantage of Minecraft’s command-line interface
To get started with these Minecraft commands, just use the forward slash key (/) to open the chat window, then type the command in the chat window that has been opened. You may browse over previously typed commands by using the up and down arrow keys, and using the Tab key while inputting instructions will cycle between the available choices.
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In order for the majority of these Minecraft hacks to be effective, you must be playing in a game where cheats were allowed at the time the world was built. It is possible to allow cheats when playing in a single-player world where they were previously disabled by connecting to a LAN and choosing “Allow Cheats” (even if you are not connected to a network). This setting will be kept until you leave your world.
Player Minecraft commands
- /kill [player]
Kill yourself (or specified player)
- /tp [player] <x y z>
Teleport yourself (or specified player) to the coordinates entered
- /effect <player|entity> <effect> [duration]
Applies the effect to the specified player or entity, for an option duration in seconds.
- /effect clear <player|entity> [effect]
Clear all effects, or optionally just the specified effect, from the player or entity
- /enchant <player> <enchantment> [level]
Apply the enchantment to the specified player‘s selected item, at an optional level.
- /experience add <player> <amount>
Adds the stated amount of experience points to the specified player. Put the word levels on the end to add experience levels instead.
Item and Mob Minecraft commands
- /give <player> <item> [quantity]
Adds item to player‘s inventory, in specified quantity if the item is stackable.
- /gamerule keep inventory true
Keep your inventory items after you die, replace true with false to reverse
- /summon <entity> [x y z]
Spawns the entity at the player’s location, or optionally specified coordinates if entered.
The following shortcuts may be used to choose particular targets for your command instead of entering in individual player names at the player prompt.
@p = the nearest player to you
@r = a random player
@a = all players in the world
@e = all entities in the world
@s = you
When it comes to coordinates, they are represented as x y z, where x represents the distance east (+) or west (-) of the origin point, z represents the distance south (+) or north (-) of the origin point, and y represents the height from 0 to 255, where 64 represents the sea level. If you want to indicate relative coordinates offset from your current location, you may use the tilde () or caret () notation with a number, with the notation by itself indicating zero (zero) or zero (zero) if you don’t want to express any offset.
Tilde offsets are calculated using world coordinates, thus 5 -5 would be +5 blocks on the x (east), 0 blocks on the y (same height), and -5 blocks on the z (northeast) (north). Specifically, caret offsets are determined by the direction in which the player’s head is looking along the left, upward, and forward axes; for example, -5 would be 5 blocks left, 0 blocks upward (same height), and 5 blocks backward.
The above list should provide you with more than enough Minecraft hacks to allow you to play around with the game to your heart’s content. If you need more information or advice when using any of these commands, just enter /help [command] to get additional information and support.
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