Single Player Commands Mod Minecraft 1.6.2/1.5.2/1.5.1

Single Player Commands Mod adds a variety of commands to your single player game in minecraft. This mod is very suited for players who loves to cheat or try things out. SPC mod is a mod that is very practical at all, do not waste your time just to get things done that you might deem difficult and complicated to do so. Simply use the Single Player Commands mod you can do things that are difficult to simply, just use the command to finish its tasks.

Single Player Commands tool is much needed tool for almost every Minecraft fan. Single player commands tool brings liberty to play with many options and you can test your game alone rather playing on Lan.

Single Player Commands

Mod Command List

To bring up the command “console” type ‘T‘ then type in the command. Below is a brief run through of the command list:

Normal Commands (Version 1.3 to Current Version)
Note: Not all current commands will work on earlier versions

  • ? – help [COMMAND_NAME] – Activates the help message.
  • ascend – Moves you to the next platform above your current position.
  • bind {PARAMETERS} – Binds a command to a keyboard button.
  • bindid {PARAMETERS} – Binds a command to a keyboard key using the key id.
  • cannon [STRENGTH] – Shoots a primed TNT in the direction you are pointing at the chosen strength.
  • damage [enable|disable] – Turns player damage on/off.
  • debug
  • defaultgamemode
  • descend – Moves you to the next platform below your current position.
  • diff – difficulty [DIFFICULTY] – Sets the difficulty to the specified level (valid values 0-3).
  • difficulty [DIFFICULTY] – Sets the difficulty to the specified level (valid values 0-3).
  • doesenchantviewexist
  • enchant <list|remove|add TYPE [LEVEL]> – Enchants the currently selected item.
  • gamemode <creative|survival|adventure> – Changes the game mode.
  • gamerule – OR .
  • give <ITEMCODE|ITEMNAME> [QUANTITY] [DAMAGE] – Gives player item, if quantity isn’t specified maximum amount of that item. See i & item.
  • gm – gamemode <creative|survival|adventure> – Changes the game mode.
  • hardcore [enable|disable] – Configures the world for hardcore mode or not.
  • heal – Heals a player the specified number of points (2 per heart).
  • health <min|max|infinite|get> – Sets the health of a player to pre-defined figures.
  • help [COMMAND_NAME] – Activates the help menu. If no COMMAND_NAME given, lists help commands.
  • home – Teleport to spawn point.
  • hunger <empty|full|infinite> – Sets your hunger level to predefined points.
  • i – give <ITEMCODE|ITEMNAME> [QUANTITY] [DAMAGE] – Gives player item, if quantity isn’t specified maximum amount of that item. See give & item.
  • ignite – sets the upper surface of the block you’re pointing at on fire.
  • Info – Block information tool.
  • item <ITEMCODE|ITEMNAME> [QUANTITY] [DAMAGE] – Gives player item, if quantity isn’t specified maximum amount of that item. See give & i.
  • jump – Moves you from where you are to where your mouse is pointing.
  • kill – Kills the current player.
  • killall <ENTITY_TYPE [DISTANCE]> – Kills all the specified entity type, this destroys ALL entities (paintings, minecarts, etc) if no distance. As of 06 Dec 2012 this causes the game to freeze.
  • light – Turns permanent lighting on and off.
  • macro [PARAMETERS] – Allows multiple Commands to be run.
  • me
  • msg
  • path [BLOCK][RADIUS] – Creates a path as you walk.
  • platform – Creates a glass square under your feet.
  • pos – Gives current player position.
  • publish
  • repair [all] – Repairs the currently selected item to full health. /repair all – repairs all inventory items except worn armor, if removed and added to inventory, it too is repaired.
  • say
  • seed – Displays world seed.
  • setspawn [X Y Z] – Set the current position as the spawn point, if X Y Z are specified sets that position as spawn point
  • setspeed [SPEED|reset] – Sets the speed that the player moves
  • spawn <NAME|ID|random|list> [QUANTITY] – Allows you to spawn creatures.
  • spawnpoint – /spawnpoint OR /spawnpoint .
  • spc – Provides generic commands around SPC.
  • su – Allows commands to be run as a specified player. /su simo_415 give 35:14 5 (give 5ea red wool).
  • t – Teleport to X Y Z coordinates. See /tele & /teleport.
  • tele – Teleport to X Y Z coordinates. See /t & teleport.
  • teleport – Teleport to X Y Z coordinates. See /t & /tele.
  • tell
  • time [set[TIME<minute|hour|day>]|day|night] – Get or set minecraft time.
  • toggledownfall
  • unbind <KEYCODE|all> – Unbinds the specified key from a command.
  • unbindid – Unbinds a command from a keyboard key using the key id.
  • w
  • weather <lightning|thunder|rain[enable|disable]> – Toggles weather effects on/off.
  • xp [player] OR /xp [player] – where L = level – Changes player experience or experience level.

Single Player Commands Mod 1.6.2/1.5.2/1.5.1 Installation

Manual Installation (Minecraft 1.6 and above)

  1. Close Minecraft launcher (if open)
  2. Navigate to where minecraft is installed (eg: on Windows %appdata%/.minecraft)
  3. Go to versions and copy the version directory (eg: 1.6.2) and name it something else (eg: 1.6.2.mods). Alternatively, if you have done this for another mod already backup the Minecraft version.
  4. Open the jar file (using an archive utility, such as 7zip) in the mod directory you created (eg: 1.6.2.jar) and copy all of the files into it except for WorldEdit.jar
  5. Delete the files in the META-INF directory except for MANIFEST.MF
  6. Close the jar file
  7. Copy WorldEdit.jar into .minecraft/bin
  8. Rename the jar file to the same name as the directory (eg: 1.6.2.mods.jar)
  9. Rename the json file to the same name as the directory (eg: 1.6.2.mods.json)
  10. Open the json file in a text editor and the line that contains the id (eg: “id”: “1.6.2”) change it to the same name as the directory (eg: “id”: “1.6.2.mods”)
  11. Save and close the json file.
  12. Start up the Minecraft launcher
  13. Create a new profile
  14. Select the version that you just created (eg: 1.6.2.mods)
  15. Select the rest of your settings.
  16. Launch the game using this profile.

Note: Using a 3rd party launcher such as Magic Launcher may save you a lot of time in managing mods.

Manual Installation (Minecraft 1.5.2 and below)

  1. Go to the “.minecraft/bin” directory (start; run; then typing %appdata%\.minecraft\bin works) and backup the minecraft.jar
  2. Using 7zip or equally capable archive viewer open minecraft.jar
  3. Delete the META-INF folder (if on a MAC *only* delete the Mojang_c files)
  4. Drag and drop the “com” folder and all *.class files contained within the mod to the minecraft.jar (Caution: don’t drop them in a folder inside the minecraft.jar).
  5. Close the minecraft.jar
  6. Copy ALL the “.jar” files contained within the mod to the “.minecraft/bin” directory (the same directory as minecraft.jar). This means copy the WorldEdit.jar into the “.minecraft/bin” NOT into the Minecraft.jar
  7. Enjoy the mod.

Single Player Commands Mod 1.6.2/1.5.2/1.5.1 Download Link

For MC 1.6.2:
Manual Installation: http://adf.ly/Sbx9v – [Alternate]

For MC 1.5.2 :
Automated Installation: http://adf.ly/ORvae – [Alternate]
Manual Installation: http://adf.ly/ORvn8 – [Alternate]

For MC 1.5.1
Automated Installation: http://adf.ly/LWjCf – [Alternate]
Manual Installation: http://adf.ly/LWjMs – [Alternate]

Changelogs:
v4.9

  • Updated to Minecraft 1.6.2
  • /killall and /butcher now work
  • /wand fixed
  • Compatability with Mod Loader, PlayerAPI and Forge
  • The current SPC installer is broken, a new one is being worked on which will be out in a few weeks (hopefully)
  • New installation instructions, below.
  • Many other things

Credits to simo_415 for makes and updates this Single Player Commands Mod.

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