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  • Minecraft Color Codes

    HEX #AA0000
    RGB rgb(170, 0, 0)
    HSL hsl(0, 100%, 33%)

    List of Minecraft Color Codes

    Color Name Chat Code MoTD Code Hex Code
    Black (black) §0 \u00A70 #000000
    Dark Blue (dark_blue) §1 \u00A71 #0000AA
    Dark Green (dark_green) §2 \u00A72 #00AA00
    Dark Aqua (dark_aqua) §3 \u00A73 #00AAAA
    Dark Red (dark_red) §4 \u00A74 #AA0000
    Dark Purple (dark_purple) §5 \u00A75 #AA00AA
    Gold (gold) §6 \u00A76 #FFAA00
    Gray (gray) §7 \u00A77 #AAAAAA
    Dark Gray (dark_gray) §8 \u00A78 #555555
    Blue (blue) §9 \u00A79 #5555FF
    Green (green) §a \u00A7a #55FF55
    Aqua (aqua) §b \u00A7b #55FFFF
    Red (red) §c \u00A7c #FF5555
    Light Purple (light_purple) §d \u00A7d #FF55FF
    Yellow (yellow) §e \u00A7e #FFFF55
    White (white) §f \u00A7f #FFFFFF

    Definitions:

    • NAME is the name for a color, and (minecraft_name) is the internal name of a color in Minecraft.
    • CHAT CODE is the internal code utilizes for the chat color in Minecraft.
    • MOTD CODE is the internal code utilizes for the "Message Of The Day" color in Minecraft.
    • HEX is the internal hexadecimal value utilizes for the color in Minecraft.

    List of Minecraft Format Codes

    Name Chat Code MOTD Code Edition
    Obfuscated §k \u00A7k JE/BE
    Bold §l \u00A7l JE/BE
    Strikethrough §m \u00A7m JE
    Underline §n \u00A7n JE
    Italic §o \u00A7o JE/BE
    Reset §r \u00A7r JE/BE

    Definitions:

    • NAME specifies the name of the format.
    • CHAT CODE is the internal code of the format in chat.
    • MOTD CODE is the internal code of the format utilizes in the "Message Of The Day."
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  • About Minecraft Color Codes

    Minecraft color code and format codes provide an inventory of handy codes to design your Minecraft chat commands and transform the text, team, and armor color utilized in the game.

    A player can utilize several built-in color codes and format codes in chat and game commands.

    The color codes help customize colored leather shields, powering team colors and helps in changing the text's color. On the other hand, the format codes help to transform the looks of in-game text. You can use bold or italic text format.

    FAQs

    What is Minecraft?

    Minecraft is considered one of the famous and popular three-dimensional video games, widespread in almost all ages, in which the players build and break apart different blocks.

    The game offers two main modes; Survival and Creative mode. In Survival, as the name implies, players have to find their food and supplies for survival. Here, they get in touch with blocklike mobs and moving creatures.

    However, in creative mode, you need creative work. The game only provides you supplies and nothing more to eat to survive. The players tear apart all kinds of blocks.

    How many players can play it?

    You either play by yourself or can play online with others. With WiFi networks, the smartphone and tablet versions allow multi-player options. You can connect to thousands of Minecraft online games (servers) to battle with others.

    Which devices can I play it on?

    The game version is available for PCs, Macs, Xbox 360 and iPhone, Android smartphones, iPad, and Kindle Fire.

    How much is it?

    The price varies for different devices. For desktop, it costs about $26.95. For Xbox, it's about $20 (1,600 Microsoft points), and for the tablet, it costs $6.99.

    Where do I find it?

    Follow the link (www.minecraft.net) to download the game for the PC and Mac. For Xbox, go to Xbox Games Store (www.marketplace.xbox.com). The phone and tablet versions are sold through Amazon.com, iTunes App Store, and Google Play.

    How do I get started?

    Players age 12 and younger must have parents' supervision who can create an account for them. Always ask your parents before going online.

    How to enter section sign § to use color codes on different platforms?

    • To enter "§" with most US/UK English keyboards on Windows , type Alt + NUMPAD 2, NUMPAD 1 (alt code on cp437).
    • For any other keyboard, the Windows ANSI version type Alt + NUMPAD 0 NUMPAD 1, NUMPAD 6, NUMPAD7 often works.
    • If Hex Numpad is enabled in the Windows registry, Alt + NUMPAD+ANUMPAD 7 (using the main keyboard for "A") works for any language due to it being Unicode.
    • On a Mac with a US keyboard, type ⌥ Option + 6 (or ⌥ Option + 5 for US Extended). For any other keyboard, type ⌥ Option + 00a7.
    • To enter section sign (§) on a Nintendo Switch, select languages (globe icon), scroll to the bottom to find the "Symbols" language and then select Page 2 to find the symbol to the right in the bottom line.
    • For various Android keyboards:
        • On Google Keyboard (GBoard): tap the number/symbol button, tap the button above "ABC" to access more symbols, then hold down the paragraph key.
    • On iOS:
        • On the iPad, tap the number/symbol button and then swipe down on the percent sign.
        • On the iPhone, tap the number/symbol button, hold down the ampersand key, and slide over to the "§" mark.
    • On Xbox:
        • On the Xbox One, use the left trigger, hold down A while on ¶ until other options pop up. Move the cursor over to the "§" mark and use A to select.