Minecraft

Introduction

Minecraft is an interesting sandbox video game. With over 180 million copies across all platforms by late 2019 and over 112 million monthly active players, this title is the best-selling video game of all time. It created by Markus Persson- a Swedish developer, released in 2011 by Mojang and purchased in 2014 by Microsoft. Minecraft is highly acclaimed, winning many awards, and has been represented as one of the most influential and greatest video games of all time. Helping to popularise the success of this game is the social media, parodies, adaptations, merchandise, and the annual MineCon conventions. Not only that, but this title has also been used in educational environments, especially in the realm of computing systems. For all this impressive information, Minecraft won't make you be disappointed!

How to Minecraft codes

Want to enable cheat codes in this game, firstly you have to open the game menu. Then clicking open to LAN, Click Allow Cheats: off so that it changes to Allow Cheats: on, Click Start LAN World. Cheat commands follow the basic syntax of /cheat name target x y z (cheat name is the name of the cheat, the target is the name of the player you want to target, x y z refers to the coordinates). Some cheat codes you can use: to teleport any character to any location, type /tp playername x y z; to you’re your character, type /kill; to kill another player, type /kill playername; to stop enemies attacking, type /difficulty peaceful; to get free experience points, type /XP amount playername, so on. Hope these tips bring you excellent experiences.

Minecraft codes List

Name Effect Example/Comment
@p @p nearest player. Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.
@r @r random player. Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.
@a @a all players. Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.
@e @e all entities. Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.
@s @s the entity executing the command. Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.
/help /help [CommandName] Provides more information on the given command.
/give /give [Player] [Item] [Amount] Used to give another player an item from your inventory. Example: /give PCGamesN minecraft:planks 13. This would give PCGamesN 13 Spruce Wood Planks. This command is much simpler when giving single objects, but is useful for stackable objects.
/tp /tp [TargetPlayer] [x y z] Instantly transport yourself or another player to a specific location in the world. Using another player’s name in place of the coordinates will transport the target directly to said player’s location. You can also teleport to a new world with these Minecraft maps.
/kill /kill Kills your character, adding another player’s name will apply the command to them.
/weather /weather [WeatherType] Allows you to choose the weather or your world. Options include: rain, thunder and snow.
/gamemode /gamemode [creative] Changes the gamemode to Creative mode. Which allows player flight, unlimited resources and stops mobs attacking you.
/gamemode /gamemode [survival] Changes the gamemode to Survival mode. Which means mobs will attack you and you’ll have to gather all resources the old-fashioned way.
/time set /time set [1000] Sets the time to day. Replace “1000” with “0” for dawn, “6000” for midday, “12000” for dusk and “18000” for night.
/difficulty /difficulty [peaceful] Changes difficulty to Peaceful mode. Replace “peaceful” with “easy”, “ normal”, or “hard” for more of a challenge.
/seed /seed This will produce a code for your world. Note it down so that you can load up an identical one in the future.
/gamerule /gamerule [keepInventory true] Ensures you don’t lose your items upon dying. To revert this, type “false” in place of “true”
/gamerule /gamerule [doDaylightCycle false] This will stop the game’s day/light cycle in it’s place. Allowing you to live under permanent sunshine or moonlight. To resume the day/light cycle type in “/gamerule doDaylightCycle true”.
/summon /summon Instantly drops a desired creature or object into your world. Especially handy for when you’re short a couple of tame ocelots.
/atlantis /atlantis Dramatically raises the world’s water level. Submerging all but the highest mountains.
/ride /ride Turns the creature you’re facing into a mount.
/instantmine /instantmine One-click mining with any tool.
/freeze /freeze Stops mobs in their tracks.
/falldamage /falldamage Turns fall damage on and off.
/firedamage /firedamage Turns fire damage on and off.
/waterdamage /waterdamage Turns water damage on and off.
/superheat /superheat Turns all items into their smelted form.
/instantplant /instantplant No more waiting around for a planted seed to grow.
/dropstore /dropstore Stores all inventory items into a chest, which spawns nearby.
/itemdamage /itemdamage Weapons no longer receive damage or degrade.
/duplicate /duplicate Copies and drops the item stack that you have equipped.
/setworldspawn /setworldspawn [x y z] Set the world spawn location to the player's current position, or optional specified coordinates if entered.
/gamemode /gamemode [type] [player] Sets the game mode type for yourself or an optional player. Use: survival, creative, adventure, or spectator.
/clone /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.

@p Copy

@p

nearest player.

Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.

@r Copy

@r

random player.

Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.

@a Copy

@a

all players.

Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.

@e Copy

@e

all entities.

Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.

@s Copy

@s

the entity executing the command.

Target selector variables set a specific target without typing out their full name.

/help Copy

/help [CommandName]

Provides more information on the given command.

/give Copy

/give [Player] [Item] [Amount]

Used to give another player an item from your inventory.

Example: /give PCGamesN minecraft:planks 13. This would give PCGamesN 13 Spruce Wood Planks. This command is much simpler when giving single objects, but is useful for stackable objects.

/tp Copy

/tp [TargetPlayer] [x y z]

Instantly transport yourself or another player to a specific location in the world.

Using another player’s name in place of the coordinates will transport the target directly to said player’s location. You can also teleport to a new world with these Minecraft maps.

/kill Copy

/kill

Kills your character, adding another player’s name will apply the command to them.

/weather Copy

/weather [WeatherType]

Allows you to choose the weather or your world.

Options include: rain, thunder and snow.

/gamemode Copy

/gamemode [creative]

Changes the gamemode to Creative mode.

Which allows player flight, unlimited resources and stops mobs attacking you.

/gamemode Copy

/gamemode [survival]

Changes the gamemode to Survival mode.

Which means mobs will attack you and you’ll have to gather all resources the old-fashioned way.

/time set Copy

/time set [1000]

Sets the time to day.

Replace “1000” with “0” for dawn, “6000” for midday, “12000” for dusk and “18000” for night.

/difficulty Copy

/difficulty [peaceful]

Changes difficulty to Peaceful mode.

Replace “peaceful” with “easy”, “ normal”, or “hard” for more of a challenge.

/seed Copy

/seed

This will produce a code for your world.

Note it down so that you can load up an identical one in the future.

/gamerule Copy

/gamerule [keepInventory true]

Ensures you don’t lose your items upon dying.

To revert this, type “false” in place of “true”

/gamerule Copy

/gamerule [doDaylightCycle false]

This will stop the game’s day/light cycle in it’s place.

Allowing you to live under permanent sunshine or moonlight. To resume the day/light cycle type in “/gamerule doDaylightCycle true”.

/summon Copy

/summon

Instantly drops a desired creature or object into your world.

Especially handy for when you’re short a couple of tame ocelots.

/atlantis Copy

/atlantis

Dramatically raises the world’s water level.

Submerging all but the highest mountains.

/ride Copy

/ride

Turns the creature you’re facing into a mount.

/instantmine Copy

/instantmine

One-click mining with any tool.

/freeze Copy

/freeze

Stops mobs in their tracks.

/falldamage Copy

/falldamage

Turns fall damage on and off.

/firedamage Copy

/firedamage

Turns fire damage on and off.

/waterdamage Copy

/waterdamage

Turns water damage on and off.

/superheat Copy

/superheat

Turns all items into their smelted form.

/instantplant Copy

/instantplant

No more waiting around for a planted seed to grow.

/dropstore Copy

/dropstore

Stores all inventory items into a chest, which spawns nearby.

/itemdamage Copy

/itemdamage

Weapons no longer receive damage or degrade.

/duplicate Copy

/duplicate

Copies and drops the item stack that you have equipped.

/setworldspawn Copy

/setworldspawn [x y z]

Set the world spawn location to the player's current position, or optional specified coordinates if entered.

/gamemode Copy

/gamemode [type] [player]

Sets the game mode type for yourself or an optional player.

Use: survival, creative, adventure, or spectator.

/clone Copy

/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.

More about Minecraft

Gameplay

This unique game has no specific goals to achieve, allowing players choosing freely the way to play. However, it also has an achievement system. Gameplay has both perspectives: the first-person perspective and the third-person perspective. The game world concludes rough 3D objects such as cubes and fluids (commonly called blocks). These blocks are representing a diversity of materials, such as dirt, stone, ores, tree trunks, water, and lava. These blocks are arranged in a 3D grid so you can move freely around the world. You can own blocks and place them everywhere, enabling them to build things. There are two alternate dimensions besides the main world: the Nether and the End. The Nether is a hell that contains many unique resources and can be used to travel great distances in the overworld. The End is a barren land concludes many islands.

There is a boss dragon called the Ender Dragon dwells on the main island. To end the game, try to kill this boss and you will see a poem written by Irish novelist Julian Gough. Then, you are allowed to teleport back to your original spawn point in the overworld and continue the game indefinitely. Moreover, this title has five game modes: survival, creative, adventure, hardcore, and spectator. Not to make the players bored, every mode also has a changeable difficulty system.

Conclusion

Building your distinct world with the help of these above cheat codes and command now. I believe that you won't be saddened and bored ever and you will even be addicted to this game!