You can turn on cheats in Minecraft after you made a world by pressing on the Esc key, then click the Open to LAN option, and lastly, click on the Allow Cheats: ON button. You can also download the NBT Explorer, open the level.dat file, then change allowCheats from 0 to 1.
Minecraft, a game developed by Mojang Studios, has taken over the world by its unique features: blocky graphics, mobs that could blow your head off, effects that can improve your performance in the game, multiplayer options, and other things that you can only find on this game.
One of the things that Minecraft has, which one of the many things that people love about it is the ability to create a game that suits the type of game that you like, the world that you want to play in, the people that you want to play with, and how easy or complicated the challenges are while you play.
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Contrary to most LAN games where you can improve your strategies by playing on trial mode and starting with a blank slate when you play the real game, Minecraft allows you to switch game modes, change the weather, locate and teleport to different villages, execute actions, and include additional effects to your character or your weapon- all from the power of allowing cheats in the game.
If you are interested in enabling cheats when you are playing in the new world that you have just created, keep reading.
How do you enable cheats in Minecraft after creating a world?
You can enable cheats in Minecraft after creating a world by doing these easy steps:
Launch your Minecraft app.
Click on PLAY.
Click on the world that you are playing in.
Once the world has loaded, press on the Esc key in your keyboard.
Click the Open to LAN option.
Click on the Allow Cheats button to turn it ON.
If that option is not working, you can also try downloading NBTExplorer, a low-level graphical data editor for Minecraft. This program has a lot of function in Minecraft, and this allows players to easily navigate and explore multiple worlds in this game.
Here is how you can enable cheats in Minecraft using NBTExplorer:
Download and install NBTExplorer.
Open level.dat file.
Click on allowCheats.
Change the values from 0 to 1.
How to enable cheats on a Minecraft server after creating a world?
If you are a player in a server and you want to make use of cheats while you play, that might not be possible. In order to enable cheats on a Minecraft server, you have to notify the creator of the server first.
If you have created a server and you want players to be able to use the cheats they want in the game, you have to set the players to OP (Operator). To do this, you have to type “op (username of the player)”, then press enter. You can also type the command /op (username of the player) in-game. If you have successfully done this, you will be able to see a message that says “Player or (Username) is now an operator”, and then, the players can already use cheats while they play.
How do you disable cheats after creating a world in Minecraft?
To disable cheats after creating a world in Minecraft, you only have to reverse some of the steps that were mentioned earlier. Here is how you do it:
- Launch your Minecraft app.
- Click on PLAY.
- Click on the world that you are playing in.
- Once the world has loaded, press on the Esc key in your keyboard.
- Click the Open to LAN option.
- Click on the Allow Cheats: OFF button.
To disable cheats in Minecraft using NBTExplorer:
- Download and install NBTExplorer.
- Open level.dat file.
- Click on allowCheats.
- Change the values from 1 to 0.
Why are my commands not working in Minecraft?
There are three main reasons why your commands are not working in Minecraft.
First, your commands might not be working because you might have typed them incorrectly. Make sure that you have typed all the characters and words so that the command will executed.
If you are certain that your commands are correctly spelled and they do exist, you might have had turned the cheats off or you have forgotten to allow cheats before you have created a world. So check this again to be sure.
Third, there might be some plugins that are overriding the command that you are typing, so you have to disable that first.
And lastly, the game might have been experiencing some technical issues which may lead to this problem. In this scenario, the best thing that you can do is to just restart the game.