How to put hacks on Minecraft

How to put hacks on Minecraft: You are a fan of  Minecraft and, recently, you have heard about hacks, that is, some tools that users can use to obtain certain advantages within the game world. The idea of ​​trying them is very tempting, as you could get faster what would require several hours of play, but you have doubts about the regularity of these solutions.

You hit the point perfectly: the use of hacks, in fact, when playing an online multiplayer game, is punished with a ban, as it benefits a single player at the expense of all the others. The game server ban can be temporary or permanent, as appropriate. In any case, the “punishment” always comes, so it is better to avoid the use of hacks during multiplayer games and play “clean”.

That said, no one is stopping you from delving into the subject and using hacks when playing a game of Minecraft in single player mode. In this regard, in today’s guide, I will show you how to put hacks on Minecraft to test these solutions during your solo games and to make the game experience a little easier. So, tell me, are you ready to start? Yup? Perfect. Sit down comfortably, pay attention to the advice I’m about to give you and try to put them into practice. All I have to do is wish you a good read and, above all, a good time!

Index

  • Use the command console
  • Using mods
  • (Don’t) use modified clients

Use the command console

Before talking about Minecraft mods, I want to talk to you about a tool that allows you to get some more advantages during your gaming experience and that does not require any modification of the game files: the command console. In the next few paragraphs, I’ll explain how to enable it and what codes you can use to make Minecraft a little “easier”.

Enable the command console

The command console is an interface that allows the insertion of specific strings to modify, in general, the natural behavior of Minecraft. I’m talking about this tool because you can use it at any time in a single player game; Also, if you play online on a server, you won’t have to worry if you inadvertently use the command console, as it is disabled for all players except administrators and moderators.

Now, however, let’s see how to enable the console and which commands could be useful to facilitate your gaming experience. To enable the command console in Minecraft, you must first identify which platform you are playing from.

If you play Minecraft on a computer , you can enable the command console both if you have already created a new world and at the stage of its creation. In the latter case, in the main menu of Minecraft, click on the Single Player button and then press the one called Create a new world.

Once this is done, enter the name of the world and then click on the More world options button, to access some additional setting parameters. Then locate the entry Commands and click on it to change the wording to Yes. Then click on the Done button and then on Create a new world.

If, on the other hand, you have already created a world without having enabled the command console, you can temporarily access it by going to the settings menu (reachable by pressing the Esc key during the game), pressing the Open in LAN button  and pressing the item Commands, to show Yes. Then click on the Start the world on LAN button to return to the game with the command console enabled.

Whatever method you used to enable the console, to use it you just need to press the T key on the keyboard (in order to open the chat) and enter the command strings that I will talk about in the next paragraph.

If, on the other hand, you play Minecraft Pocket Edition on a smartphone or tablet, after starting the game through its icon on the home screen, tap on Play and then choose the items Create new > Random generation. Now, scroll the screen until you identify the item Activate the tricks and move the lever to ON. Then click on the Continue button and, finally, on the one called Create, to start a new game.

If you have already created a world on which you have not enabled the command console, return to the main screen and press the Play button. Then tap on the icon with a pencil symbol that you find next to the name of the game you had already created. At this point, follow the instructions I indicated in the previous lines to enable the command console.

During a game, you can enable this tool by clicking on the icon with the symbol of a speech bubble, located at the top.

Useful commands

Once you’ve enabled the command console, it’s time to use some code strings that can help you during your Minecraft gaming experience.

The first code you could use is the one related to teleportation, which allows you to reach any place on the map by typing in the chat/teleport [subject] [destination] . You will have to indicate as subject the name of your character or the term @p; while as destination you will have to indicate the XY and Z coordinates of the place you want to reach.

In this regard, I suggest you read my article on how to teleport Minecraft, in which I will explain in detail how to use this command.

Another useful command to get all the resources available during survival mode is / gamemode creative [subject] . Through this string, you can change the survival world mode to creative, accessing all resources and also allowing you to fly.

When you intend to change the current session back to survival mode, simply use the command / gamemode survival [subject].

Other useful commands are those defined by the codes / give/ effect and / summon. These allow, respectively, to obtain items in the inventory, status effects or summons of creatures and objects.

To use the give command, type / give [subject] [object] [quantity], where for subject you must indicate the name of your character and in subject indicate the name of the resource or tool you want to obtain. When you type the code, you will be given a suggestion on the objects to insert; then type the term minecraft: and type the first letter of which the object name is composed, to show the entire wording (for example minecraft: diamond_axe ). Obviously the names are indicated in English and not in Italian. Then indicate the quantity, by entering a positive integer.

The effect command requests the string / effect [state] [subject] [effect name] [tempo] [amplifier] . By status you have to choose between give and clear which give or remove, respectively, an effect to a subject. If you use clear, you will not be prompted to use the tempo and amp parameters, which are needed if you use give.

In subject it indicates the name of your character and in the name effect it indicates the name of the status effect you want to apply (or remove) to your character. Type minecraft: followed by the first letter of the effect (in English) to see the hint on the wording to write (for example minecraft: invisibility for invisibility). Then enter the number of seconds for the duration of the effect and the possible amplifier, which will multiply the intensity of the effect.

The summon command works in a similar way to those shown in the previous lines. Requires the code / summon [object name] [location] . Typing minecraft: you will be shown a list of suggestions and, by typing the first letter of which the name of the object or creature to be summoned is composed, you will be able to read the entire necessary string (for example minecraft: enderman to summon an Enderman). It then indicates the possible coordinates of the map; if you indicate nothing, the summoning will occur next to the avatar.

Using mods

In addition to the command console, you can also use mods, which add some features to Minecraft, often improving the user’s gaming experience. In general, mods cannot be considered hacks, but simply modifications that enrich the user’s gaming experience. I’m talking, for example, about those that improve the graphic quality, those that add completely new objects or those that modify the behavior of the dynamics of Minecraft.

The use of mods is not always lawful when playing online, because they improve the game experience in a way not allowed by the server rules, or they are simply not supported. So pay attention to the mods you use to avoid running into a possible ban.

However, there are some mods that can be considered real hacks, such as XRay or Simple Hax. These mods allow you to see through the blocks, perhaps to identify the resources to be collected or find underground mines and fortresses.

In general, the installation of a mod requires Minecraft Forge: a program for Windows that allows you to manage almost all the mods created by other users. Through its interface, reachable through the Mod button on the main Minecraft screen, it is possible to enable or disable individual mods.

To install Minecraft Forge, go to the official website and choose the version of Minecraft you play, via the left sidebar. Once this is done, press the Windows Installer button to download the forge-xxxx-installer-win.exe file. After downloading it, double-click on it and, in the window that is shown to you, then click OK to install.

Once this has been done, it’s time to install the individual mods. So reach one of the many websites that contain Minecraft mods, such as CurseForge for example. Using the Projects menu item or the search bar at the top, find the mod that’s right for you and download it via the Download button.

Now reach the path C: \ Users \ [name] \ AppData \ Roaming \ .minecraft through Windows File Explorer and create the mods folder  (if you do not already find it among those on the screen). Then place the JAR file of the mod you previously downloaded and start Minecraft.

In the Minecraft launcher, now press the icon with the symbol (▲) that you find next to the Play button. Then select the Forge profile and click Play. In the main screen of the game, press the Mod button, to access the list of installed mods, in which you will find the one you just imported.

Now you just need to log in to a game and see the effects of the mod you just installed, following the same instructions that were indicated in the description of the file you downloaded, on the dedicated CurseForge page.

(Don’t) use modified clients

In addition to the solutions that I have proposed to you in the previous paragraphs, there is the possibility to download real hacks that allow, through a modified interface, to access many features, such as invisibility, flight or immortality.

These tools, in addition to being banned in online matches, may not be safe. In fact, they are not present in the Minecraft repository databases and may contain malicious code that would infect your computer.

Having said that, I advise you to use the solutions I indicated in the previous paragraphs, which can certainly improve your gaming experience during single matches, with greater safety.

 

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