Minecraft Color Codes and Formats
Minecraft Color and Format Codes

Minecraft developers allow their players to customize a range of things according to their preferences. Players can modify several features, including the color of the text and its format. In order to do so, specific codes are required that will enable players to change the color which suits them. Here’s a list of all these codes to alter texts and fonts:

Minecraft Color Codes

In order to enter these codes, go to the editing mode and type (§) followed by a number from 0 to 9 or a letter from ‘a’ to ‘g’ to change the color:

  • §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

Minecraft Format Codes

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

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

Now you know, changing the color and format of the text is a relatively easy task and can be done in no time. If you still have any questions regarding Minecraft Color Codes, feel free to ask them in the comments section.

Minecraft is one of the most popular creative games currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Android, and iOS.


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