How to Turn on Cheats to Run Commands in Minecraft

Hey everyone, are you tired of playing Minecraft in the same old way? Want to add some extra excitement to your gameplay? Well, you’re in luck because I’m here to teach you all about cheats and commands in Minecraft. 

By turning on cheats, you can unlock a whole new level of gameplay and access a variety of different commands that can help you build faster, explore more efficiently, or even change the game entirely. So, whether you’re a seasoned player looking to mix things up or a newcomer just starting out, keep reading to learn how to turn on cheats and run commands in Minecraft. 

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First things first, let’s talk about why you might want to use cheats in Minecraft. Cheats are a way to bypass game’s restrictions and add new elements to your gameplay. They can help you build faster, explore the game world more easily, or even change the game entirely.

Now, to turn on cheats, you need to make sure you have the correct permissions. If you’re playing on a single-player world, you can simply open the game menu and select “Open to LAN”. From there, you can select “Allow Cheats” and start your game.


If you’re playing on a multiplayer server, you will need to have administrator privileges to enable cheats. Once you have these privileges, you can type “/gamemode creative” to turn on creative mode and enable cheats.

Once you have cheats enabled, you can start using commands. There are a ton of different commands available, but here are a few of the most useful ones:

Cheat Code Description
/gamemode <mode> Changes the player’s game mode (Survival, Creative, Adventure, Spectator).
/give <player> <item> <amount> Gives the specified player an item with the desired amount.
/tp <target> <destination> Teleports the target player or entity to the specified destination.
/time set <value> Sets the time of day (values: day, night, noon, midnight).
/weather <weatherType> Changes the weather conditions (values: clear, rain, thunder).

Many other commands are available, and you can find a full list of Minecraft cheats here.

In conclusion, cheats can be a fun and useful tool in Minecraft, but make sure to use them responsibly and with the appropriate permissions.


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