Minecraft gamemode command

Minecraft gamemode command DEFAULT
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How to Use the GameMode Command in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use the /gamemode command with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

You can use the /gamemode command to change between game modes at any time (Creative, Survival, Adventure or Spectator) for a Minecraft world. Let's explore how to use this cheat (game command).

Supported Platforms

The /gamemode command is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Requirements

To run game commands in Minecraft, you have to turn cheats on in your world.

GameMode Command

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • PS
  • Nintendo
  • Win10
  • Edu

GameMode Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac), the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <mode> [target]

Definitions

  • mode is the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    modeDescription
    survival
    (also the abbreviations s or 0 in Java Edition 1.12 and older)
    Survival mode
    creative
    (also the abbreviations c or 1 in Java Edition 1.12 and older)
    Creative mode
    adventure
    (also the abbreviations a or 2 in Java Edition 1.12 and older)
    Adventure mode
    spectator
    (also the abbreviations sp or 3 in Java Edition 1.12 and older)
    Spectator mode

    TIP: You can no longer use the abbreviations starting in Java Edition 1.13.

  • target is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

GameMode Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE), the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <gameMode> [player]/gamemode <gameModeID> [player]

Definitions

  • gameMode is the name of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeDescription
    survival (or abbreviated as s)Survival mode
    creative (or abbreviated as c)Creative mode
    adventure (or abbreviated as a)Adventure mode
  • gameModeID is the ID of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeIDDescription
    0Survival mode
    1Creative mode
    2Adventure mode
  • player is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

GameMode Command in Minecraft Xbox One Edition

In Minecraft Xbox One Edition, the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <gameMode> [player]/gamemode <gameModeID> [player]

Definitions

  • gameMode is the name of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeDescription
    survival (or abbreviated as s)Survival mode
    creative (or abbreviated as c)Creative mode
    adventure (or abbreviated as a)Adventure mode
  • gameModeID is the ID of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeIDDescription
    0Survival mode
    1Creative mode
    2Adventure mode
  • player is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

GameMode Command in Minecraft PS4 Edition

In Minecraft PS4 Edition, the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <gameMode> [player]/gamemode <gameModeID> [player]

Definitions

  • gameMode is the name of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeDescription
    survival (or abbreviated as s)Survival mode
    creative (or abbreviated as c)Creative mode
    adventure (or abbreviated as a)Adventure mode
  • gameModeID is the ID of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeIDDescription
    0Survival mode
    1Creative mode
    2Adventure mode
  • player is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

GameMode Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch Edition

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE), the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <gameMode> [player]/gamemode <gameModeID> [player]

Definitions

  • gameMode is the name of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeDescription
    survival (or abbreviated as s)Survival mode
    creative (or abbreviated as c)Creative mode
    adventure (or abbreviated as a)Adventure mode
  • gameModeID is the ID of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeIDDescription
    0Survival mode
    1Creative mode
    2Adventure mode
  • player is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

GameMode Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft Windows 10 Edition, the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <gameMode> [player]/gamemode <gameModeID> [player]

Definitions

  • gameMode is the name of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeDescription
    survival (or abbreviated as s)Survival mode
    creative (or abbreviated as c)Creative mode
    adventure (or abbreviated as a)Adventure mode
  • gameModeID is the ID of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeIDDescription
    0Survival mode
    1Creative mode
    2Adventure mode
  • player is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

GameMode Command in Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft Education Edition, the syntax to change the game mode for a player is:

/gamemode <gameMode> [player]/gamemode <gameModeID> [player]

Definitions

  • gameMode is the name of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeDescription
    survival (or abbreviated as s)Survival mode
    creative (or abbreviated as c)Creative mode
    adventure (or abbreviated as a)Adventure mode
  • gameModeID is the ID of the game mode to change the Minecraft world to. It can be one of the following:

    gameModeIDDescription
    0Survival mode
    1Creative mode
    2Adventure mode
  • player is optional. It is the name of the player (or a target selector) that you wish to change the game mode for. If you don't specify a player, the game mode will be changed for the player running the command.

Examples

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • PS
  • Nintendo
  • Win10
  • Edu

Example in Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15 and 1.16

To set the game mode to Creative for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft 1.13, 1.14, 1.15 and 1.16:

/gamemode creative DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Survival for a random player:

/gamemode survival @r

To set the game mode to Survival for the player running the command:

/gamemode survival

Example in Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.11 and 1.12

To set the game mode to Adventure for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft 1.11 and 1.12:

/gamemode a DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Creative for all players:

/gamemode c @a

Example in Pocket Edition (PE)

To set the game mode to Survival for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft PE:

/gamemode survival DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Survival for all players:

/gamemode s @a

To set the game mode to Creative for the player running the command:

/gamemode c

Example in Xbox One Edition

To set the game mode to Creative for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft Xbox One Edition:

/gamemode creative DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Creative for all players:

/gamemode c @a

To set the game mode to Survival for the player running the command:

/gamemode s

Example in PS4 Edition

To set the game mode to Survival for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft PS4 Edition:

/gamemode survival DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Survival for all players:

/gamemode s @a

To set the game mode to Creative for the player running the command:

/gamemode c

Example in Nintendo Switch Edition

To set the game mode to Survival for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft Nintendo Switch Edition:

/gamemode survival DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Survival for a random player:

/gamemode s @r

To set the game mode to Creative for the player running the command:

/gamemode c

Example in Windows 10 Edition

To set the game mode to Adventure for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition:

/gamemode adventure DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Adventure for all players:

/gamemode a @a

To set the game mode to Survival for the player running the command:

/gamemode s

Example in Education Edition

To set the game mode to Survival for the player named DigMinecraft in Minecraft Education Edition:

/gamemode survival DigMinecraft

To set the game mode to Survival for all players:

/gamemode s @a

To set the game mode to Creative for the player running the command:

/gamemode c

How to Enter the Command

1. Open the Chat Window

The easiest way to run a command in Minecraft is within the chat window. The game control to open the chat window depends on the version of Minecraft:

2. Type the Command

In this example, we will set the game mode to Survival with the following command:

/gamemode s

Type the command in the chat window. As you are typing, you will see the command appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Press the key to run the command.

gamemode command

Once the cheat has been entered, the game mode will be updated.

completed gamemode command

You will see the message "Your game mode has been updated" appear in the lower left corner of the game window to indicate that the game mode has been updated for the player.

Congratulations, you just learned how to use the /gamemode command in Minecraft!

Other Game Mode Commands

You can use other gamemode commands in Minecraft such as:

Other Game Commands

You can use other commands and cheats in Minecraft such as:

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Using Commands in Minecraft: Getting Started and the /gamemode Command [/gamemode 1,2,3,\u00264] - 1.11.2

Minecraft commands and cheats list: the most useful console commands you should know

Want to learn how to use Minecraft commands and cheats? The Minecraft console is every bit as creative a tool as Minecraft itself. With it, you can teleport to various locations, change the time or weather, spawn items or entities, chat with your friends, or control entire Minecraft servers filled with players.

Our Minecraft commands list is fully up-to-date with Minecraft 1.17, and will walk you through how to use the most useful and powerful console commands and cheats in the game.

How to use Minecraft commands and cheats

To use a Minecraft command or cheat, all you need to do is hop into your Minecraft game and tap the "/" key to open up the console. Every command in Minecraft must start with a "/", but using this shortcut will automatically add the "/" prefix so you can just start typing the command you want to use.

Minecraft commands are case-sensitive (so no capital letters allowed!).

Below we'll go over the most useful Minecraft commands and cheats to know. All the arguments for a command have been surrounded by either {angle brackets} or [square brackets]. Angle brackets mean that the argument is required, while square brackets mean that the argument is optional.


The most useful Minecraft commands and cheats

Now let's go over some of the most commonly used and useful Minecraft commands for any player learning to use the Minecraft console.

/?

The "?" command displays a list of all console commands, or gives information on how to use a specific command. It's shorthand for the identical "help" command.

Syntax: /? [command]

/gamemode

The "gamemode" command sets the game mode of the specified player.

Syntax: /gamemode {mode} [player]

/tp

The "tp" command teleports the specified entity or entities to the specified destination. It's shorthand for the identical "teleport" command, and very useful for getting back to your castle or towers after a spot of adventuring.

Syntax:

  • /tp {destination}
  • /tp {location} [rotation]
  • /tp {targets} {destination}
  • /tp {targets} {entity}
  • /tp {targets} {location} facing {facingLocation}
  • /tp {targets} {location} facing entity {facingEntity} [facingAnchor]
  • /tp {targets} {location} [rotation]

/time

The "time" command allows you to check or change the time of day.

Syntax: /time {add|query|set} {value}

/weather

The "weather" command sets the weather.

Syntax: /weather {clear|rain|thunder} [duration]

/give

The "give" command gives an item to a player.

Syntax: /give {player} {item} [count]

/summon

The "summon" command summons the specified entity or Minecraft mob at the specified position.

Syntax: /summon {entity} [position] [NBT data tag]

/kill

The "kill" command instantly kills the specified entity or entities.

Syntax: /kill {targets}

/locate

The "locate" command locates the closest structure of specified type. Useful for finding structures like Minecraft Villages.

Syntax: /locate {structureType}

/enchant

The "enchant" command enchants a player item.

Syntax: /enchant {player} {enchantment ID} [level]

/xp

The "xp" command adds, sets, removes, or checks a player's XP. Shorthand for /experience.

Syntax:

  • /xp [add|set] {players} {amount} [points|levels]
  • /xp query {player} {points|levels}

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What are arguments?

Many commands make use of arguments, which are bits of information that come after the command itself. For example, with the command:

/gamemode creative

The command is "/gamemode", and the argument is "creative", which means you are telling the game to set your gamemode to Creative Mode.


What are targets?

Some arguments in Minecraft commands are called targets. These arguments tell the game who (or what) you want the command to target. The following are target arguments:

  • @p (targets the nearest player)
  • @r (targets a random player)
  • @a (targets every player)
  • @e (targets all alive entities in loaded chunks)
  • @s (targets the entity that executed the command)

So for example, the command:

/gamemode creative @a

will set the game mode of every player on the server to Creative Mode, whereas:

/gamemode creative @r

will set the game mode of a random player on the server to Creative Mode.


Alright, that just about wraps up this Minecraft commands guide. If you're looking for other ways to change the game, be sure to check out our list of the best Minecraft mods available for 1.17. If you're more interested in changing the look of Minecraft, check out our list of the best Minecraft shaders and best Minecraft Texture Packs. If you're excited for shiny new things, check out everything you need to know about the 1.18 update, which will bring Dripstone and the Warden into your blocky worlds.

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Gamemode command minecraft

When you create a Minecraft world you select your game mode and that mode is fixed for the lifetime of the world. Or is it? Read on as we show you how you can sidestep the gamemode lock and permanently change your game’s mode.

Why Do I Want To Do This?

When you create a new world you select your game mode. You can choose from creative, survival, and hardcore modes. Under normal circumstances this selection is fixed and a permanent flag is set within the world file.

Minecraft lends itself to creativity and changing playstyles, however, and you may find that the map you intended to make a creative map feels like it would be a perfect survival map or vice versa. Or perhaps you want to start in creative mode to build your home base and then switch to survival mode to take on the world from the comfort of your freshly built castle.

Whatever your motivation for changing the world type, it’s a pretty straight forward process. Let’s look at two techniques, one temporary and one permanent, you can use to change game modes.

Changing Game Modes with the LAN Trick

This technique might be old hat to some Minecraft players but it’s worth noting as a very hasty and simple technique you can use without any advanced editing or secondary programs required at all.

Here we are in a test survival world we created for this tutorial. You can see the hearts and hunger meter above the experience and item bar.

The world was flagged as survival when we made it and it will stay survival. However we can temporarily skirt those rules by opening the game to the LAN for network play (even if we have no intention of playing it with other players).

Hit ESC to pull up the game menu and click “Open to LAN.”

In the LAN World menu the only important option for our purposes is to toggle Allow Cheats to “On.” Like the header implies, these are the settings for other players, and if you change the game mode here it only changes the game mode for incoming players to your LAN world. If you toggled the cheats on, however, it applies to all players in the game (including you). Click “Start LAN World” when you have toggled the cheats on.

Back in the game, press the “t” key to bring up the ingame console box. Enter the command “/gamemode c” to change your game mode to creative. (If you want to switch back to survival mode, use the command “/gamemode s”.)

Notice the hearts, hunger, and experience meter are gone leaving on the item bar. Despite the world’s survival mode flag we’re now in creative mode.

You can use this trick to temporarily alter the game mode of both survival and creative mode games. This trick can also be used to turn a hardcore mode game into a creative mode game. What’s interesting about this trick in regard to hardcore mode, however, is that hardcore mode (even though we refer to it is a game mode) is actually a separate game flag. Hardcore mode is actually just survival mode wherein death leads to world deletion (so you have only one life to live in your hardcore world). Turning a hardcore game into a creative game creates a weird sort of hybrid wherein you get all the powers that come with creative mode, but if you were to die in creative mode (either by falling into the void or using the /kill command on yourself) you’d lose your world just like you would in regular hardcore mode. We’ll show you how to toggle this later in the tutorial.

When you use this trick, you toggle your game mode, but you don’t permanently toggle the state of the entire world save (and using the multiplayer command /defaultgamemode doesn’t work correctly on single player worlds). In order to make a permanent and global change to the world save you’ll need to do a little editing in the guts of the save file. Let’s take a look at that now.

Permanently Change Your Minecraft Game Mode

In order to make permanent changes to the gamemode state you need to edit the game file, the level.dat. Further, you need to use the same formatting Minecraft uses: Named Binary Tag (NBT).

Installing NBTExplorer

To that end the aptly named NBTExplorer, an cross-platform tool available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, is a tailor made tool for the task. You can read more about the tool at the official Minecraft.net thread or visit the Github page; downloads are available for all three platforms at both links. You can run all three OS versions as a stand alone portable application.

Note: Backup worlds before editing them. Copy the entire save file directory to a safe place in case your editing goes awry.

When you run the application for the first time it will automatically load the default Minecraft save directory for your operating system. In the screenshot above you can see our two test worlds “NBT Test” and “NBT Test II”.

Changing the Game Mode

The first test world is a survival world. Let’s take a look at the values we need to change in order to set it permanently to creative mode. Select the name of your world, in our case “NBT Test” and expand it. Within the directory you’ll see multiple entries. The which contains the world rules is the level.dat entry at the bottom of the list.

Expand the level.dat entry and click on “Data”. Within that data list you’ll find an entry labeled “GameType.” Although you can use keywords like “creative” or “c” to change modes when using the /gamemode command in the game, the GameType value must be set using a numeric value. Here are the values you can use:

0 – Survival

1 – Creative

2 – Adventure

3 – Spectator

Our goal is to switch the world we created from survival to creative so we would switch the 0 to a 1. Double click on the value and replace it with the game mode value you desire. Press CTRL+S or the save icon to save your edited tags.

Changing the Player Mode

If you’ve never logged into the world you’re editing before, you can skip this step. If you have logged into the world before you’ll need to make one more edit. The save file remembers the state your player was in so even if you change the world to a different mode your player will stay in the old mode.

You can fix this issue by using the Open-to-LAN trick we outlined above and using the cheats to /gamemode yourself one last time to fix it or you can make a quick edit in NBTExplorer. Navigate to in NBTExplorer your world save and then to the sub-category of “playerdata.”

Change the value in “playerGame Type” using the same 0-4 values outlined in the previous section. To switch our player mode to creative without having to use the in-game work around, we need to edit the “playerGame Type” value to 1. Again, make sure to CTRL+S or click the save icon to save your work.

Toggling Hardcore Mode

In the previous section on using the the Open-to-LAN work around, we noted that if you used the survival-to-creative mode trick on a world that had been created with hardcore mode turned on, you’d end up in a sort of strange limbo where you had creative powers but would still lose your world if you died. Let’s take a look at how you can toggle hardcore mode off (if you want to turn that world into a regular survival or creative world) or on (if you want to add a little thrill to your life and turn a becoming-dull survival world into a one-life-to-live thrill ride).

If we open up the world’s level.dat file in NBTExplorer we see the “hardcore” tag on our hardcore test world is set to “1” indicating that the world is in hardcore mode despite the fact that we set our player’s game mode (using the Open-to-LAN cheat) to creative.

We can leave this setting as it is (and opt to switch the player back to survival mode, recreating the experience of hardcore mode) or we can toggle this setting from a “1” to a “0” at which point the game will not be deleted upon the death of the player (regardless of whether the player dies in survival or creative mode).

Although the point of hardcore mode is that, well, it’s hardcore, we certainly understand if you’ve grown so attached to a world that you can’t stand the thought of losing it and want to convert it to a regular survival or creative world.


Armed with a little know-how (and a very handy editor) you can control the game modes of your world saves without resorting to starting over or continually fiddling with the Open-to-LAN trick to get your settings just so.

 

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Minecraft: How to Change Game Mode - (Minecraft You Don't Have Permission to Use this Command)

How to change game modes in 'Minecraft' at any time in both the 'Java' and 'Bedrock' versions

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  • You can change game modes in "Minecraft" by using the "/gamemode" command, but you'll need to enable cheats first.
  • You can use the /gamemode command in both "Minecraft: Java Edition'' and "Minecraft: Bedrock Edition."
  • "Minecraft" has four distinct game modes: Creative, Survival, Adventure, and Spectator.
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If there's one thing that everyone knows about "Minecraft," it's that it's one of the most customizable games out there. From building new worlds to installing mods, you can do pretty much anything.

When you start a "Minecraft" game, you have to pick one of several game modes to play in — Survival, Creative, Adventure, or Spectator — and usually can't change that game mode without erasing your file.

However, "Minecraft's" customizability extends to its cheats, too. Using a console command called "/gamemode," you can switch what kind of game you're playing at any time.

Here's how to use the /gamemode command in "Minecraft: Java Edition" and "Minecraft: Bedrock Edition."

Quick tip: Note that you can't use this trick to switch to Hardcore mode. The only way to switch an existing world to Hardcore mode is to use a third-party app to edit the game's files.

How to change game modes in 'Minecraft: Java Edition'

1. Launch "Minecraft," and select the "Singleplayer" game type. Then click "Create New World."

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2. On the Create New World page, make sure that "Allows Cheats" is toggled "On," then click "Create New World."

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Quick tip: If you want to switch game modes in an existing world that doesn't have cheats turned on, load that world and press the Esc key to open the menu, then click "Open to LAN."

In the menu that opens, set "Allow Cheats" to "On," and then click "Start LAN World."

3. Once the world is loaded, press T on your keyboard to summon the chat box, where you can enter commands.

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4. Type in "/gamemode" (without the quotes) followed by a space, and the mode you want to switch to (Creative, Survival, Adventure, or Spectator), then hit the Enter key. So, for example, if you want to switch from Survival to Creative, you'll type:

/gamemode creative

You can switch game modes at any time.

How to change game modes in 'Minecraft: Bedrock Edition'

In "Bedrock Edition," you'll need to enable cheats when you create the world — there's no way to enable them in an existing world.

1. Hit "Play" on the loading screen.

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2. Click "Create New" at the top, then on the next page, click "Create New World" at the top again.

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3. In the Game Settings panel, scroll down to "Cheats." Toggle "Activate Cheats" to the on position, then tap "Create."

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4. A dialog box will pop up warning you that you can't earn achievements in a world that has cheat mode activated. If you're okay with this, click "Continue."

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5. Once the world has loaded, tap T on your keyboard to bring up the chat box, where you can enter commands.

6. Type in "/gamemode" (without the quotes) followed by a space, and then the mode you want to switch to (Creative, Survival, Adventure, or Spectator), then hit the Enter key. For example, if you want to switch from Creative to Survival mode, you'll type:

/gamemode survival
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You can switch game modes at any time.

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