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Minecraft Cheats, Cheat Codes, and Walkthroughs

Minecraft is a game that's all about exploring and building, and it's a fantastic creative outlet, so having the right cheats, tips and secret techniques at your disposal can really come in handy. Cheats in Minecraft can allow you to place any block anywhere you want, spawn hostile monsters and friendly creatures, get free and powerful gear, and even generate free resources in survival mode.

Minecraft cheats don't require the installation of mods, but they still don't work in every version of the game. Cheats are also unavailable if the option is disabled on the server that you're playing on. Advanced techniques, glitches, and exploits are typically available regardless of the platform or server until they are patched, or fixed, by the developer.

How to Enter Minecraft Cheats on PC (Minecraft Java Edition)

If you want to use cheats in Minecraft: Java Edition on the PC, you need to enable them first. This can be accomplished by setting the cheats toggle switch to the on position when you start a brand new world. You can also turn cheats on in an existing world through an easy process:

  1. Open the Game Menu.

  2. Click Open to LAN.

  3. Click Allow Cheats: OFF so that it changes to Allow Cheats: ON.

  4. Click Start LAN World.

  5. You're ready to start using cheats.

Cheats in Minecraft: Java Edition involves typing commands into the console. The console can be opened by pressing the / button. When you open the console, you will see a box at the bottom of the screen that you can type into.

Cheat commands follow the basic syntax of /cheatname target x y z. In this example, cheatname is the name of the cheat, target is the name of the player you want to target, and x y z refers to the coordinates.

You can use ~ ~ ~ for the coordinates of your character, so the coordinates ~+1 ~+1 ~+1 would be shifted exactly one block, in each axis, from your own position.

Cheats for Minecraft Java Edition on PC

What the Cheat DoesHow to Perform the Cheat
Generate any block you wantType /setblock x y z block_type into the console.
Example:/setblock ~ ~ ~+1 diamond_ore will set a block of diamond ore right next to you!
Teleport any character to any locationType /tp playername x y z into the console.
Teleport any character to the location of another characterType /tp playername differentplayername into the console.
Kill your characterType /kill into the console.
Kill another playerType /kill playername into the console.
Change the weatherType /weather weathertype into the console.
Example:/weather clear will change the weather to clear. Rain, thunder, and snow are other options.
Change the time of day

Type /time set x into the console.
Tip: Replace x with 0 for dawn, 6000 for day, 12000 for sunset, or 18000 for the middle of the night.

Stop enemies from attackingType /difficulty peaceful into the console.
Tip: replace peaceful with easy, normal or hard to make enemies hostile again.
Spawn any creature or enemyType /summon creaturename x y z into the console.
Example: Typing /spawn horse ~ ~ ~ will cause a horse to appear near your character.
Enchant any item instantlyType /enchant playername ID# level# into the console.
Example: Typing /enchant playername 35 3 will enchant the tool the user is holding so that it generates extra blocks whenever it is used to mine, dig or chop down trees.
Get free experience pointsType /xp amountplayername into the console.
Turns on creative modeType /gamemode creative into the console.
Note: type /gamemode survival to switch back.
FlyJump twice, or press F12. Holding the jump button will make you fly higher, and holding the sneak button will make you fly lower.
Note: creative mode must be turned on to enable flight in Minecraft.
Place any block, or get any item

With creative mode activated, open your inventory to access a list of every block, item, and material in the game.
Note: You can d rag items you want onto your item bar, or select the survival inventory tab to place them in your personal inventory.

Turn on spectator modeType /gamemode spectator into the console.

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Cheats on Minecraft Windows 10 Edition, Xbox One, Switch, and Other Better Together Platforms

Cheats in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition, and other platforms that run the Better Together version of the game, have to be enabled before you can use them. This involves turning cheats on, which can be done either when you first start a world, or at any time after that.

If you want to enable cheats from the start, just enable the Activate Cheats toggle when creating a world.

Turning cheats on after you have already created a world is also possible:

  1. Open the main menu.

  2. Click on Settings.

  3. On the right side of the screen, scroll down until you find the Cheats section.

  4. Flip the Activate Cheats toggle.

  5. Exit the menu, and cheats will be enabled.

If you enable cheats on Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition or Xbox One, players connected to your world will not be able to earn Xbox achievements for anything they accomplish while connected to your world. Even if you turn cheats back off, achievements will remain disabled.

How to Enable Cheats on Microsoft Devices

Some of the Windows 10, Switch, GearVR, and Xbox One Minecraft cheats can be enabled through a similar process to the one used to turn cheats on. That process is:

  1. Open the main menu.

  2. Select Settings.

  3. On the right side of the screen, scroll down until you locate the Cheats section.

  4. Activate the Activate Cheats toggle switch to enable cheats.

    The switch must be flipped to the right.

  5. Activate all of the cheats you want.

    The left position is off, and the right position is on. So if you want to disable something like mob spawning, flip that toggle to the left.

  6. Exit the menu and enjoy your cheats.

Cheats Available on Microsoft Versions of Minecraft

The cheats that can be activated in this way include:

Cheat NameWhat does it do?
Always DayTurning it on prevents day from ever turning into night.
Keep InventoryTurning it on prevents players from losing their items when they die.
Mob SpawningTurning it off prevents enemies from spawning.
Mob GriefingPrevents creepers from blowing up your creations, endermen from stealing blocks, etc.
Weather CycleTurning it off prevents the weather from changing.

Other cheats in Minecraft: Better Together are entered via the chat window, which can be opened by pressing the / key. Once the chat window is opened, you type the cheat you want to turn on, press enter, and the cheat will be activated.

Here are the cheat codes you can enter in the Windows 10, Xbox One, Switch, and other related versions of Minecraft:

What the Cheat DoesHow to Perform the Cheat
Generate any block you wantType /setblock x y z block_type into the console.
Example:/setblock ~ ~ ~ ender_chest will spawn a useful ender chest in your current location.
Teleport any character to any locationType /tp playername x y z into the console.
Example: /tp yourname 1 1 1 will teleport you into the void, or use your friend's name to send them there!
Teleport any character to the location of another characterType /tp playername differentplayername into the console.
Kill your characterType /kill into the console.
Kill another playerType /kill playername into the console.
Change the weatherType /weather weathertype into the console.
Note: Replace weathertype with clear, rain, thunder, or snow.
Change the time of day

Type /time set x into the console.
Tip: Replace x with 0 for dawn, 6000 for day, 12000 for sunset, or 18000 for the middle of the night.

Stop enemies from attackingType /difficulty peaceful into the console.
Tip: replace peaceful with easy, normal or hard to make enemies hostile again.
Spawn any creature or enemyType /summon creaturename x y z into the console.
Example: Typing /spawn llama ~ ~ ~ will cause a llama to show up right next to you.
Enchant any item instantlyType /enchant playername ID# level# into the console.
Example: Typing /enchant playername 35 3 will enchant the tool the user is holding so that it generates extra blocks whenever it is used to mine, dig or chop down trees.
Get free experience pointsType /xp amountplayername into the console.
Turns on creative modeType /gamemode creative into the console.
Note: type /gamemode survival to switch back.
FlyJump twice to start flying. Holding the jump button will make you fly higher, and holding the sneak button will make you fly lower.
Note: Creative mode must be turned on for flight to work.
Place any block, or get any item

With creative mode activated, open your inventory to access a list of every block, item, and material in the game.
Note: You can move any items you want onto your item bar, or select the survival inventory tab to place them in your personal inventory.

Turn on adventure modeType /gamemode adventure into the console.

Minecraft PS3 Cheats and Minecraft PS4 Cheats

Minecraft cheats are only available in Minecraft: Java Edition and versions of the game that have received the Better Together update. This update created a uniform experience across compatible platforms, including the ability to use cheats.

Since the PlayStation versions of the game were not included in the Better Together update, it isn't possible to use cheats in these versions of the game.

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Minecraft cheats - all of the Minecraft commands you need for crafty success

To access Minecraft cheats you'll need to use Minecraft commands, which are various little codes or phrases you can type in to apply helpful effects to your game. Due to how these work they're unfortunately restricted to PC only, so you can't use them on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, or mobile we're afraid, but for PC users these Minecraft cheats can be used to modify all sorts of things – alter the time of day, change the weather, teleport yourself to any location in Minecraft, spawn the items or mobs you want, level yourself up, and much more as pretty much anything is possible. Coming up we'll cover how to to access and enter Minecraft commands, as well as list the options available. 

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How to use Minecraft commands

To get started with these Minecraft commands, simply hit the forward slash key (/) to open the chat window then continue typing the command. You can use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through previously entered commands, and pressing the Tab key while entering commands will cycle through possible options. For most of these Minecraft cheats to work, you need to be in a game where cheats were enabled when the world was created. In a single player world where they weren't, you can enable cheats by opening the game to LAN and selecting "Allow Cheats" (even if you are not on a LAN), and this choice will be remembered until you quit your world.

Instead of typing in individual player name(s) for the player prompt, you can use the following shortcuts to select specific targets for your command:
@p = the nearest player to you
@r = a random player
@a = all players in the world
@e = all entities in the world
@s = you

For coordinates, these are expressed as x y z, where x is the distance east (+) or west (-) of the origin point, z is the distance south (+) or north (-) of the origin point, and y is the height from 0 to 255, where 64 is sea level. You can also use tilde (~) or caret (^) notation with a number to express relative coordinates offset from your current position, with the notation by itself representing ~0 or ^0 ie no offset. Tilde offsets are based on the world coordinates, so ~5 ~ ~-5 would be +5 blocks on x (east), 0 blocks on y (same height), and -5 blocks on z (north). Caret offsets are based on the direction the player's head is facing along left, upward, and forward axes, so ^5 ^ ^-5 would be 5 blocks left, 0 blocks upward (same height), and 5 blocks backward.

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. A list of effect codes is here

/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. A list of enchantment code is here

/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

World and Environment Minecraft commands

Produces a seed code so you can recreate your world later

/setworldspawn [x y z]
Set the world spawn location to the player's current position, or optional specified coordinates if entered

/gamemode <type> [player]
Sets the game mode type (use survival, creative, adventure, or spectator) for yourself or an optional player

/gamerule <rule> [value]
Queries the value of a game rule, or amends it if an optional value is entered. A list of rule codes is here

/difficulty <level>
Sets the difficulty level (use peaceful, easy, normal, or hard)

/time set <value>
Sets the world game time, use 0 (Dawn), 1000 (Morning), 6000 (Midday), 12000 (Dusk), or 18000 (Night) as the value

/gamerule doDaylightCycle false
Turn off the day/night cycle, replace false with true to reactivate

/weather <type> [duration]
Sets the weather type (use clear, rain, or thunder) for an optional duration in seconds

/gamerule doWeatherCycle false
Turn off weather changes, replace false with true to reactivate

/clone <x1 y1 z1> <x2 y2 z2> <x y z>
Clones the blocks in the region between coordinates <x1 y1 z1> and <x2 y2 z2>, then places them with coordinates <x y z> in the lower northwest corner

Item and Mob Minecraft commands

/give <player> <item> [quantity]
Adds item to player's inventory, in specified quantity if item is stackable. A list of item codes is here

/gamerule keepInventory 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 optional specified coordinates if entered. A list of entity codes is here

Those should be more than enough Minecraft cheats to let you mess around in your worlds to your heart's content. If you need any more assistance with using any of these commands, then simply type /help [command] for additional information and guidance.

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Cheat Codes

While playing the game in Single Player mode, press C or T to display the "Commands" bar. Then, type one of the following codes and press [Enter] to activate the corresponding cheat function. Note: The "Allow Cheats" option must be set to "On" when creating a new world for these codes to work. Additionally, some codes may not work any longer due to updates and patches to the game.

Result Cheat Code
Change to Survival mode/gamemode 0
Change to Creative mode/gamemode 1
Change to Adventure mode/gamemode 2
Change to Spectator mode/gamemode 3
Disable Command Block outputs/gamerule commandBlockOutput false
Disable death messages/gamerule showDeathMessages
Disable fire spread/gamerule doFireTick false
Disable time cycle/gamerule doDaylightCycle false
Keep your items after death/gamerule keepInventory true
Kill a random player/kill @r
Kill all entities/kill @e
Kill all players/kill @a
Kill the nearest player/kill @p
Set time to midnight/time set 18000
Set time to noon/time set 6000
Absorption/effect [player name] 22 [seconds][level 1-255]
Blindness/effect [player name] 15 [seconds][level 1-255]
Fire Resistance/effect [player name] 12 [seconds][level 1-255]
Haste/effect [player name] 3 [seconds][level 1-255]
Health Boost/effect [player name] 21 [seconds][level 1-255]
Hunger/effect [player name] 17 [seconds][level 1-255]
Instant Damage/effect [player name] 7 [seconds][level 1-255]
Instant Health/effect [player name] 6 [seconds][level 1-255]
Invisibility/effect [player name] 14 [seconds][level 1-255]
Jump Boost/effect [player name] 8 [seconds][level 1-255]
Mining Fatigue/effect [player name] 4 [seconds][level 1-255]
Nausea/effect [player name] 9 [seconds][level 1-255]
Nightvision/effect [player name] 16 [seconds][level 1-255]
Poision/effect [player name] 19 [seconds][level 1-255]
Regeneration/effect [player name] 10 [seconds][level 1-255]
Resistance/effect [player name] 11 [seconds][level 1-255]
Saturation/effect [player name] 23 [seconds][level 1-255]
Slowness/effect [player name] 2 [seconds][level 1-255]
Speed/effect [player name] 1 [seconds][level 1-255]
Strength/effect [player name] 5 [seconds][level 1-255]
Water Breathing/effect [player name] 13 [seconds][level 1-255]
Weakness/effect [player name] 18 [seconds][level 1-255]
Wither/effect [player name] 20 [seconds][level 1-255]
Rainbow sheep

Name a sheep "jeb_" to make its wool continuously change colors.

Turning named animals upside down

Note: This requires v1.8.1. Collect a Name Tag (found in dungeon chests, by fishing, or trading at least 20 Emeralds with a Librarian Villager). Create an Anvil by using three Iron and four Iron Ingots. Use the Name Tag on the Anvil. Spend 5 Enchantment to enter Dinnerbone or Grumm on the Name Tag. Place that Name Tag on any animal to turn it upside down.

Display framerate

While playing the game, hold [F3].

Show current lag

While playing the game, hold [F6].

Toggle view

While playing the game in Survival mode, press [F5] to switch to third person view.


While playing the game in Creative mode, press [F5] to make it rain.

Instant village seed

Seed "/gimmeabreak /" to be placed facing the sun, with a village directly behind you.

Spawning items

In Multiplayer mode, press T to display the talk/chat function. Then, type "/give [item ID] [1-64]". To find out the ID number of an object, search for the object on the Minecraft Wiki. Some objects cannot be spawned, such as specific dyes and colored wool. To spawn stone (not cobblestone), use ID number 1. Torches are 50, and white wool is 35.

Finding dungeons easily

To find dungeons easily, make sure you have lots of torches and some weapons, just in case you encounter a monster. Go to an area that you think may have dungeons. Make sure that area is well-lit with torches, just in case night falls (if it has not already.) Then, press [Esc] to open up the menu. Enter the "Options" menu, and change the difficulty from "Peaceful" (or whatever difficulty you are on) to "Hard". Close the menu, and press [F3]. ID numbers will appear on top of every animal or monster in range. Look towards the ground, and search for an unusually large concentration of ID numbers underground; this is more than likely a group of monsters. It will either lead you to a cave or dungeon.

This trick works best on slower computers, but it is also not completely reliable. If you are in an area where you believe a dungeon may be near, press F (you may need to press it repeatedly). Look around while pressing it. If you see flames showing up while the screen is blue (the sky), it indicates there is a dungeon within sixteen blocks of you. Note: This method only works when a dungeon is sixteen blocks near, and therefore not completely reliable.

Avoid getting lost and know when near the ground

Newer players often like to explore, but once they stop exploration, especially in an abandoned mine, they get lost and end up somewhere totally different, away from home. Short of remembering where you last slept and copying the X, Y, and Z values for future editing back to spawn/preferred place, use the following tricks to never get lost:

    Explore systematically: If you find a fork in the road, or multiple forks, take them one at a time. When you reach an end, and mining near it yields nothing, then either mark it or use a common block (like gravel) to seal a path off.

    Set breadcrumbs: While mining and exploring, be sure to mine up bits of the floor, using cobblestone or a block different from the floor as a pointer to the way out; or an ore block to note an intersection, so you have something to identify where you began later. While this will damage your pick more, knowing the way back is more valuable than a tool, especially since the wooden planks in abandoned mines are abundant.

    Keep natural landmarks: Scoop up the first source of water that leads to nowhere, but leave everything else. Some of the water flowing from walls may be useful for exploration. Also, if there is lava out of your way, do not go out of your way to put it out -- it emits light, which may be encased in a structure with glass (panes) as natural lighting.

    Know the way outside, and know when there is lava: Since Beta Version 1.8 and the revamped lighting engine, knowing when you are near ground is easy. Torches emit a bright light that fades into warmer tones. Lava has a brighter radius of light, meaning its brightest point is larger. If you see light that you did not create, then it is obviously a lava pool. Outside light on the other hand uses cooler tones. When you are near ground, it does not have the warmth of torch light, taking on a more fluorescent white color near the rock, or at night time, a light shade of blue.

Making obsidian

Obsidian is a block that takes 15 to 50 seconds to collect. It requires 15 seconds with a diamond pickaxe, and 50 seconds with anything else. If you are wanting to make a near-indestructible building or structure, obsidian the best choice. Sometimes it is naturally occurring, but often times it must be manually made. First, you will need to find flat lava that is not flowing. Then, collect water with a bucket, and put the water onto the lava. Alternately, find flat water and collect lava. A blackish-purplish block should appear, which is obsidian, and requires a long time to collect. It is much easier to just spawn obsidian, but you will need a mod to be able to spawn it in Single Player mode.

Spleef multiplayer game

Many Minecraft players like to play a free-for-all game called "Spleef". It basically consists of two or more players creating a square stadium (approximately 15 to 20 blocks long or wide) that is floating or above lava or water. The object of the game is to destroy the blocks (stone and dirt are best) around your opponents either with or without tools. Players can choose whichever tools to use, but you can also set rules (for example, no diamond pickaxes). The goal is for the players to try and make their opponents fall through the stadium to eliminate them. The last player standing is the winner.


Accomplish the indicated achievement to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points. Note: This requires the Windows 10 version.

    Acquire Hardware (15 points): Smelt an iron ingot.
    Adventuring Time (40 points): Discover 17 biomes.
    Archer (10 points): Kill a creeper with arrows.
    Bake Bread (15 points): Turn wheat into bread.
    Benchmaking (10 points): Craft a workbench with four blocks of wooden planks.
    Body Guard (20 points): Create an Iron Golem.
    Chestful of Cobblestone (20 points): Mine 1,728 Cobblestone and place it in a chest.
    Cow Tipper (15 points): Harvest some leather.
    Delicious Fish (15 points): Catch and cook a fish!
    Diamonds to you! (15 points): Throw diamonds at another player.
    DIAMONDS! (20 points): Acquire diamonds with your iron tools.
    Enchanter (20 points): Construct an Enchantment Table.
    Getting an Upgrade (15 points): Construct a better pickaxe.
    Getting Wood (10 points): Punch a tree until a block of wood pops out.
    Have a Shearful Day (15 points): Use Shears to obtain wool from a sheep.
    Hot Topic (15 points): Construct a furnace out of eight cobblestone blocks.
    Into Fire (20 points): Relieve a Blaze of its rod.
    Into The Nether (30 points): Construct a Nether Portal.
    Iron Belly (20 points): Stop starvation using Rotten Flesh.
    Iron Man (15 points): Wear a full suit of Iron Armor.
    It's a Sign! (15 points): Craft and place a Sign.
    Leader of the Pack (20 points): Befriend five wolves.
    Librarian (20 points): Build some bookshelves to improve your enchantment table.
    Lion Tamer (15 points): Tame an Ocelot.
    Local Brewery (15 points): Brew a potion.
    MOAR Tools (15 points): Construct one type of each tool.
    Monster Hunter (15 points): Attack and destroy a monster.
    On A Rail (40 points): Travel by minecart to a point at least 500m in a single direction from where you started.
    Overkill (30 points): Deal nine hearts of damage in a single hit.
    Passing the Time (20 points): Play for 100 days.
    Pork Chop (10 points): Cook and eat a pork chop.
    Pot Planter (15 points): Craft and place a Flower Pot.
    Rainbow Collection (30 points): Gather all 16 colors of wool.
    Renewable Energy (10 points): Smelt wood trunks using charcoal to make more charcoal.
    Repopulation (15 points): Breed two cows with wheat.
    Return to Sender (30 points): Destroy a Ghast with a fireball.
    Sniper Duel (30 points): Kill a Skeleton with an arrow from more than 50 meters.
    Stayin' Frosty (20 points): Swim in lava while having the Fire Resistance effect.
    Taking Inventory (10 points): Open your inventory.
    The Lie (30 points): Bake a cake using: wheat, sugar, milk and eggs.
    Time to Farm! (10 points): Make a Hoe.
    Time to Mine! (10 points): Use planks and sticks to make a pickaxe.
    Time to Strike! (10 points): Use planks and sticks to make a sword.
    Zombie Doctor (40 points): Cure a zombie villager.

The following achievements require the Title Update:

    Camouflage (30 points): Kill a mob while wearing the same type of mob head.
    Tie Die Outfit (15 points): Use a cauldron to dye all 4 unique pieces of leather armor.
    Map Room (40 points): Place 9 fully explored, adjacent maps into 9 item frames in a 3 by 3 square.
    Trampoline (15 points): Bounce 30 blocks upward off of a slime block.
    Freight Station (15 points): Use a Hopper to move an item from a Chest Minecart to a Chest.
    Smelt Everything! (15 points): Connect 3 Chests to a single Furnace using 3 Hoppers.
    Taste of Your Own Medicine (20 points): Poison a witch with a splash potion.
    Dispense With This (20 points): Construct a Dispenser.
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Minecraft Cheats or Commands?!

Here are the Minecraft commands and cheats every player should know

Looking for Minecraft commands and cheats to make your time in your favourite world a little easier? Commands are a great way to cut down on a lot of work, whether you want to copy a building, change the game mode, or switch the time of day. If you're busy working on a masterpiece in creative mode, or you want to bend the rules in a survival game, these lines of text are invaluable.

There are a huge number of cheats and console commands to choose from, so this guide sticks with the ones you really need to know—there are also a few playful commands to troll your friends! So if you want an advantage in the blocky sandbox, these Minecraft cheats should help you out. 

How to use Minecraft cheats

If you're wondering how to enter the Minecraft console commands listed below, all you need to do is hit the forward-slash key (/) and that’ll bring up a small window. Input the code and hit enter and your command will activate.

Shorthand Minecraft commands

Below are the shorthand codes to save you from typing in different player names. These are worth memorising so you don’t have to type in names like “Sniper_Kitty_Bruv_91” every time some jobber joins your game.

  • @p – the player nearest to you
  • @r – a random player
  • @a – all players
  • @e – all entities in the world.
  • @s - yourself

Minecraft clone command

/clone <x1> <y1> <z1><x2> <y2> <z2><x> <y> <z>

Clones a selection of blocks to another location. Very helpful if you’re building a city space and want to duplicate multiple buildings to different areas. “<x1> <y1> <z1>” is your start point. “<x2> <y2> <z2>” is the end point. And “<x> <y> <z>” is where you want the cloned blocks to spawn.

Example: /clone 100 234 -10 200 100 0 300 200 100

Minecraft difficulty command

/difficulty <difficulty>

Changes the in-game difficulty. Replace the latter section of the code with one of the following:

  • peaceful 
  • easy 
  • normal
  • hard 

Example: /difficulty peaceful

Minecraft effect command

/effect <player> <effect> [seconds] [amplifier] [hideParticles]

Adds a status effect to the targeted player. “[seconds]”, “[amplifier]”, and “[hideParticles]” are all optional conditions, so feel free to ignore them unless you want to change the length, how strong the effect is, or whether the effect shows as particles or not. If you want to remove an effect from a player, type “/effect <player> clear”. 

Example: /effect PCGamer water_breathing 30

Minecraft enchant command

/enchant <player> <enchantment ID> [level]

Adds an enchantment to the item the player is holding. So that’s smite, bane of the arthropods, sharpness—any enchantment you’d pull from a book or enchant table. Here's a list of Enchantment IDs.

Example: /enchant PCGamer minecraft:smite 1

Minecraft Exp modifier command

/xp <amount> [player]

Gives the targeted player an amount of experience points. If you just want to add levels instead, which is easier for enchanting, try “/xp <amount>L [player]”.

Example: /xp 100L PCGamer

Change the gamemode command

/gamemode <mode>

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:

  • Survival 
  • Creative 
  • Adventure 
  • Spectator 

Example: /gamemode Survival

Minecraft give item command

/give <player> <item> [amount]

Drops an item into the player’s inventory. Perfect for if you want to start a run with a full set of diamond gear. Just keep in mind the amount section only works for stackable items. You can’t give yourself 100 diamond swords in one go, as cool as that’d be. For a full list of item IDs, head here.

Example: /give PCGamer diamond_sword 1

Help if a command isn’t working

/help [command name]

Offers additional information about any console command. If you’re trying a command and it isn’t working as it should, type the above command before the name of the command that isn’t working and you’ll be treated to more details about how it works.

Example: /help kill

Minecraft keep inventory command

/gamerule keepInventory true

Changes the game rules so should you die, you keep all the items in your inventory. Replace “true” with “false” to turn it off again.

Minecraft kill command


Kills everything, including the player. But should you want to kill another player, use “/kill <player>”. And to kill a certain type of mob, “/kill @e[type=mobType]”.

Minecraft play sound command

/playsound <sound> <player>

Plays a specific sound file. Great for if you want to use a command block to play a sound when someone opens a door. Who doesn’t love a good doorbell? Take a look at all the sound file names here. 

Example: /playsound minecraft:entity.elder_guardian.ambient voice @a

How to check the world seed in Minecraft


Displays the seed for their current world should you wish to replay the seed again from scratch or pass it along to a mate.

Set world spawn in Minecraft


Changes the world spawn to wherever the player is standing. If you don’t want to do that, you can also set it to a predetermined location with “/setworldspawn <x> <y> <z>”

Example: /setworldspawn 100 80 0

Stop time from changing

/gamerule doDaylightCycle false

This completely turns the daylight cycle off so it’ll always be the current time of day. To reenable the cycle, replace “false” with “true.”

Spawn a mob

/summon <entity_name> [x] [y] [z]

Summons a mob to a specific location. Remove the “[x] [y] [z]” section at the end to have the mob spawn right on top of you. Just remember if you’re spawning the Wither you’ll need to leg it as fast as possible.

Example: /summon creeper

Minecraft teleport command

/tp [target player] <x> <y> <z>

Teleports the targeted player to a designated location. And yes, you can indeed teleport a friend into the sky and laugh as their body flails back down to earth.

Example: /tp PCGamer 100 0 10

Change Minecraft's in-game time

/time set <value>

Sets the in-game time. Add one of the following numbers onto the end to change the time of day to something else:

  • 0 - Dawn
  • 1000 – Morning
  • 6000 – Midday
  • 12000 – Dusk
  • 18000 - Nightist

Minecraft change weather command

/weather <clear/rain/thunder>

Changes the in-game weather to a different type. I.e. “/weather thunder” would start a thunderstorm. This one’s a must if you’re going after charged creepers. Nobody's got time to sit around waiting for it to thunder.

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Minecraft commands and cheats list: the most useful console commands you should know

Want to learn how to use Minecraft commands and cheats? The Minecraft console is every bit as creative a tool as Minecraft itself. With it, you can teleport to various locations, change the time or weather, spawn items or entities, chat with your friends, or control entire Minecraft servers filled with players.

Our Minecraft commands list is fully up-to-date with Minecraft 1.17, and will walk you through how to use the most useful and powerful console commands and cheats in the game.

How to use Minecraft commands and cheats

To use a Minecraft command or cheat, all you need to do is hop into your Minecraft game and tap the "/" key to open up the console. Every command in Minecraft must start with a "/", but using this shortcut will automatically add the "/" prefix so you can just start typing the command you want to use.

Minecraft commands are case-sensitive (so no capital letters allowed!).

Below we'll go over the most useful Minecraft commands and cheats to know. All the arguments for a command have been surrounded by either {angle brackets} or [square brackets]. Angle brackets mean that the argument is required, while square brackets mean that the argument is optional.

The most useful Minecraft commands and cheats

Now let's go over some of the most commonly used and useful Minecraft commands for any player learning to use the Minecraft console.


The "?" command displays a list of all console commands, or gives information on how to use a specific command. It's shorthand for the identical "help" command.

Syntax: /? [command]


The "gamemode" command sets the game mode of the specified player.

Syntax: /gamemode {mode} [player]


The "tp" command teleports the specified entity or entities to the specified destination. It's shorthand for the identical "teleport" command, and very useful for getting back to your castle or towers after a spot of adventuring.


  • /tp {destination}
  • /tp {location} [rotation]
  • /tp {targets} {destination}
  • /tp {targets} {entity}
  • /tp {targets} {location} facing {facingLocation}
  • /tp {targets} {location} facing entity {facingEntity} [facingAnchor]
  • /tp {targets} {location} [rotation]


The "time" command allows you to check or change the time of day.

Syntax: /time {add|query|set} {value}


The "weather" command sets the weather.

Syntax: /weather {clear|rain|thunder} [duration]


The "give" command gives an item to a player.

Syntax: /give {player} {item} [count]


The "summon" command summons the specified entity or Minecraft mob at the specified position.

Syntax: /summon {entity} [position] [NBT data tag]


The "kill" command instantly kills the specified entity or entities.

Syntax: /kill {targets}


The "locate" command locates the closest structure of specified type. Useful for finding structures like Minecraft Villages.

Syntax: /locate {structureType}


The "enchant" command enchants a player item.

Syntax: /enchant {player} {enchantment ID} [level]


The "xp" command adds, sets, removes, or checks a player's XP. Shorthand for /experience.


  • /xp [add|set] {players} {amount} [points|levels]
  • /xp query {player} {points|levels}

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What are arguments?

Many commands make use of arguments, which are bits of information that come after the command itself. For example, with the command:

/gamemode creative

The command is "/gamemode", and the argument is "creative", which means you are telling the game to set your gamemode to Creative Mode.

What are targets?

Some arguments in Minecraft commands are called targets. These arguments tell the game who (or what) you want the command to target. The following are target arguments:

  • @p (targets the nearest player)
  • @r (targets a random player)
  • @a (targets every player)
  • @e (targets all alive entities in loaded chunks)
  • @s (targets the entity that executed the command)

So for example, the command:

/gamemode creative @a

will set the game mode of every player on the server to Creative Mode, whereas:

/gamemode creative @r

will set the game mode of a random player on the server to Creative Mode.

Alright, that just about wraps up this Minecraft commands guide. If you're looking for other ways to change the game, be sure to check out our list of the best Minecraft mods available for 1.17. If you're more interested in changing the look of Minecraft, check out our list of the best Minecraft shaders and best Minecraft Texture Packs. If you're excited for shiny new things, check out everything you need to know about the 1.18 update, which will bring Dripstone and the Warden into your blocky worlds.

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Minecraft console commands and cheats: How to use the commands

Cheats have been around since the very dawn of gaming, and despite a focus on creation and exploration over battles and victories, Minecraft is no exception.

However, these aren’t the kind of toxic cheats that have been plaguing games such as Call of Duty Warzone – they’re only allowed in worlds where cheats are enabled, and are more focused on enhancing creative power than wiping out enemies.

So to take the hard work out of crafting and speed up your inventory navigation, here’s a list of nifty little Minecraft cheats – which are achieved by something called console commands.

It’s not as complicated as it sounds, however, and all is explained below. You can also see our guide on how to tame a fox in Minecraft, and how to enable ray-tracing in the block-builder.

How to use Minecraft commands

Firstly, as with most mods, these cheats are only available on PC, so console players will have to grind the old-fashioned way. Secondly, these can only be used on worlds where cheats are enabled – you’ll be asked this when you create a world, or opening a single-player game to LAN and selecting ‘Allow Cheats’.

With your cheat-enabled world ready and loaded, all you need to do is enter some commands now – with the first step to press the ‘C’ key to bring up the command bar.

The command bar is where you’ll enter the commands, and each one must be prefixed by a forward slash (/). You’ll also have to choose targets to be the recipients of your cheats – but rather than type out full names, you can use this shorthand target selector shortcuts:

  • @p = nearest player
  • @r = random player
  • @a = all players
  • @e = all entities
  • @s = the entity executing the command

That’s the basics – now you just need to enter your desired cheat through with the following console commands.

Minecraft player console commands


/kill [player]
Kills your character. If there are other players in your world, you can also target them by typing their name.


/tp [player] <x y z>
Teleport yourself  to specified coordinates in the world. again, can be used on another player by adding their name.

Status Effects

/effect <player|entity> <effect> [duration]
Applies the chosen effect to the specified player or entity, with the duration in seconds.

Clear Status Effects

/effect clear <player|entity> [effect]
Clears either all effects or  just a specified effect from a player or entity


/enchant <player> <enchantment> [level]
Applies a specified enchantment to the chosen player’s selected item, at an option of their choosing.


/experience add <player> <amount>
Adds the stated experience points to a specified player. Adding the the word levels at the end will add experience levels instead.


/help [CommandName]
Provides more information on the selected command.


/give <Player> <Item> [Amount]

Give another player a specified amount of an item in your inventory.

Minecraft World Console Commands


Seed Code

Gives you a seed code so you can recreate your world later.

Set World Spawn Location

/setworldspawn [x y z]
Set the world spawn location either to the player’s current position or a set of entered coordinates.

Change Game Mode

/gamemode <type> [player]

Change the game mode type to either survival, creative, adventure, or spectator.

Change Difficulty Level

/difficulty <level>
Change the difficulty level to either peaceful, easy, normal, or hard.

Change World Time

/time set <value>
Change the world game time with the following values: 0 = Dawn, 1000 = Morning, 6000 = Midday, 12000 = Dusk, or 18000 = Night.

Stop Day/Night Cycle

/gamerule doDaylightCycle false
Turn the day/night cycle off, and change false to true to restart it.


/weather <type> [duration]
Change the weather,  with the type as either clear, rain, or thunder and an optional duration in seconds.

Turn Off Weather Changes

/gamerule doWeatherCycle false
Turn off weather changes, replacing false with true once again to reactivate.

Clone Blocks

/clone <x1 y1 z1> <x2 y2 z2> <x y z>
Clones the blocks between coordinates <x1 y1 z1> and <x2 y2 z2>, and place them at coordinates <x y z>.

Atlantis mode


A creative one this one – raise the water level in your world to imitate Atlantis.

Change Fall damage

Turn fall damage on and off.

Fire damage

Turn off and on fire damage.

Water damage

Change whether water damage is enabled

Instant plant

Planted seeds grow instantly.

Instant mine

Enables one-click mining.

Minecraft Item and Mob commands

Add to Inventory

/give <player> <item> [quantity]
Adds a specified item to the player’s inventory, in the chosen quantity if possible.

Keep Inventory After Death

/gamerule keepInventory true
You do not lose your inventory items after dying. Again, replace true with false to undo.

Summon Entities

/summon <entity> [x y z]
Spawns the mod or other entity at the player’s location, or chosen coordinates.

Store items

All inventory items are stored in a newly spawned chest.

Item damage

Weapons no longer take damage or degrade.


Copies the equipped item stack.

Smelt item

Smelts selected items.


Turns the selected creature into a mount.


Freezes selected mobs.

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