How to Enable Cheats in Minecraft After Creating the World
August 17, 2021
One of the most popular video games worldwide is Minecraft, where you can spend hours and hours having fun creating worlds with blocks. Now, if you have already built your fantastic world and you want to know how to enable cheats in Minecraft after creating world, or the other way around, you have just discovered this game and you want to know how it works, read to the end, as we will discover it together.
¿What is Minecraft?
Minecraft is a sandbox video game, in which you can explore and build your own fantastic universes by letting your imagination run wild, exploit your artistic skills and do all this by collecting blocks to build your house, feed yourself and survive from creatures. In addition, you can play alone or with your friends or other players in online mode.
On the other hand, it is available for consoles such as Xbox One, Playstation and PS3; it also has several versions available for Windows, macOS and Linux and not only this, as it is rapidly being implemented on mobile devices; however, in these it is somewhat limited by the issue of controls.
Enable cheats in Minecraft
Minecraft console commands are cheats that allow you to instantly kill a specific player or even teleport to a specific point on the map.
Now, enabling cheats is very simple, when you create a new world for Survival Mode, all you have to do is go to the Options Menu on the right and select Enable Cheats, this will activate the console commands; however, keep in mind that if you activate this option, you will not be able to earn achievements or trophies in that world, even if you later disable them.
If you are on a multiplayer server, in the console, Typ Op <Your username> and you’re done.
In case you are from a single player world and use the built-in LAN server, pause the game, then click on Open to LAN and in the options, change Allow Cheats: false to true by clicking on it and open the server.
Finally, to change the save file, close the world and using NBTEdit, open your save file and change the NBT AllowCommands from 0 to 1, then save and reopen the world. That’s it.
From a multiplayer server, press Typ /deop <Your username> and you’re done.
Now, using the LAN server do the same as when you activated it but change Allow Cheats: true to false and open the server.
Finally, to change the saved file, do the same as when you activated it but change NBT AllowCommands from 1 to 0 and save and reopen.
As you can see, Minecraft is a very versatile game for all preferences, it allows you to choose between several modes and being a keyboard and mouse game, peripherals that adapt to the needs of the game are essential, such as ergonomic, backlit and everything you need to be comfortable playing it; so take the opportunity to explore the world of this video game and have fun playing in your own fantastic universe.