All Minecraft Color Codes and Format Codes

Make your game more stylish.

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One of the most important reasons for Minecraft’s success is that it allows players to customize their game completely. Players can alter several features, including the color of the text that appears and its format. To do so, specific codes are required that will enable players to change the color as desired. Below, you’ll find all of these codes:

Color Codes

In the editing mode, type (§) followed by a number from 0 to 9 or a letter from ‘a’ to ‘g’ to alter the color of the text.

  • §0- black
  • §1- dark blue
  • §2- dark green
  • §3- dark aqua
  • §4- dark red
  • §5- dark purple
  • §6- gold
  • §7- gray
  • §8- dark gray
  • §9- blue
  • §a- greem
  • §b- aqua
  • §c- red
  • §d- light purple
  • §e- yellow
  • §f- white
  • §g- minecoin gold

Format Codes

Like color codes, type (§) followed by an alphabet from k to r to change the text format.

  • §k- Obfuscated
  • §l- Bold
  • §m- Strikethrough
  • §n- Underline
  • §o- Italic
  • §r- Reset

Changing the color and format of the text can be handy in addition to making it more stylish and unique. It can be used to assign team colors, indicate server names and language descriptions, or simply increase the appeal of a server.