For Minecraft players who prefer playing alone, as well as those who are designing custom maps for others to use when playing at online servers, the Single Player Commands mod is a highly useful tool. Basically, this mod adds a number of commands to the single player version of the game which players normally do not have access to. With commands like /killall (for slaying all players, minecarts or other entities in a stroke) and /butcher (for doing the same, to all animals on a server), this mod is especially useful for keeping lag to a minimum and allowing a player to work with a boosted FPS count.
Installing Single Player Commands mod is easy if you already have Minecraft Forge API or Modloader installed. Here is only a short list of the commands introduced with this mod – there are many more than just these few:
- /ascend will move the user upwards, to the next horizontal plane overhead, or to the top of the sky if no platforms exist.
- /cannon [STRENGTH] will fire a block of primed TNT in the direction the user is facing, with the velocity specified.
- /seed displays the seed for the current world. This is highly useful for sharing player-created maps as it will allow others to simply spawn the map you’ve made, without the need to download anything.
There are many other interesting commands added to Minecraft with this mod as well. It hasn’t yet been updated to work with the latest version of Minecraft (1.8), but that crucial update is just around the corner.
Download Links for Single Player Commands Mod
for Minecraft 1.6.4 and 1.6.2
Credit: simo_415 – Original Thread on MinecraftForum