This article is about the keybindings/keysettings, mouse button settings and chat commands of Creativerse.

You can access and customize the controls for the game by hitting the "ESC"-key on your keyboard and choosing "Game Settings", and then select "Controls" (rightmost Tab on top).

General game Controls for Creativerse Edit

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Since update R44, you can now choose one of 8 possible cursor types to your liking in the game settings ("Graphics" TAB).
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    1-+ (or ´) ... Quick Slot Select (key can be customized) - selects the according slot of your quick bar on the bottom of your screen
  • 1-´ (or +) ... typing a number key while hovering your mouse cursor over an item(-stack) in the inventory will put this into the according quickslot, replacing whatever was in that quickslot before
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    Esc ... access the System Menu and World Options (Graphics, Audio and Controls/Keysettings)
  • w ... go Forward (key can be customized)
  • s ... go Backwards (key can be customized)
  • a ... go Left (key can be customized)
  • d ... go Right (key can be customized)
  • Space ... Jump (key can be customized)
  • Shift ... Sprint (key can be customized) - the player character will run faster for as long as this key is held down (key can be customized). Sprinting will use up stamina, and when all stamina has run out, then the character will slow down again automatically
  • Shift ... the Sprint key can also be held down to boost your Glider (only available after buying the "Pro" DLC for Creativerse). When holding the "Go Forward" key ("w" by default) and the "Sprint" key at the same time, the glider will soar high up and use up Stamina in the process. When the stamina has run out, the character will immediately glide downwards
  • Shift ... Craft 5: by holding down the "Sprint" key, you can also craft 5 times the usual amount of items in your crafting menu, in the Processor, the Forge and the Cooking Station
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... "Dig" - lets you use the item currently in hand or the object/Pet in the game world that you're pointing at with your mouse cursor. This key setting can also be changed
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... while wearing the ArcTek Gauntlet powered by Power Cells, you can pick up blocks (or items, liquids, crops etc.) with the Left Mouse Button (by default)
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... while wearing the ArcTek Gauntlet, you can push away Creatures too with the Left Mouse Button (default) (which can make some Creatures act aggressively towards your player character afterwards, so beware)
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... while having drawn a Weapon (currently only Swords are available), you can click the Left Mouse Button (default) to hit a Creature (or player character in PvP). To throw a ranged weapon like Rimecones or Explosives though, put them into a quickslot, select this and use the Right Mouse Button (default) while aiming at a Creature (or player or spot) with the crosshairs
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... while having a Tool currently in hand, you can use this with the Left Mouse Button (default).
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... with a Taming Collar in hand, aim at a Creature until you the cursor turns green, then hold down the Left Mouse Button (default) to start taming (Caution: this can make many Creatures aggressive).
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... with a Plow in hand, aim at a plowable block like Dirt, Grass or Mud and hold down the Left Mouse Button (default) to create tilled land, so you can plant Seeds there that will grow into Crops (when Water or Mineral Water is directly adjacent). Or aim at other blocks like Ashenwood, Elderwood Leaves, Snow etc. to transform them with the Plow (please refer to the article Plow for details)
  • Left Mouse Button (Mouse0) ... with a Wiring Tool in hand, aim at certain wirable object with your mouse cursor and click the Left Mouse Button (default) to connect a wire to either a Send Hotspot or Receive Hotspot. Type "f" (as the default key) to access the storage space of any object that has slots to fill. To check and/or configure wiring settings, type "n" to see the inspection window
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... "Place" (customizable) - places blocks, liquids, items and other placable stuff from a selected quickslot onto the spot that your cursor aims at. To select a quickslot, either use the according number-key, click on the slot while the inventory is open, or scroll through the quickslots with your mouse wheel. It's not possible to hold down the right mouse button in order to place blocks continually though
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... uses/activates usable objects like storage containers, crafting stations, lamps, activation devices, certain machines or Pets in the game-world that you aim at with the crosshairs and lets you look at and configure their settings, if existent, and if you have the necessary permission rank
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... plants Seeds from a selected quickslot on tilled land while aiming at it with the crosshairs, plants tree Saplings on Dirt or Grass, plants Queen Bees on Leaves or Wood blocks
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... lets your player character instantly consume consumables like potions, mushrooms, perfume or food from a selected quickslot, except if there still is a cooldown in affect
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... throws throwable stuff like Explosives, Rimecones or Snowcubes from a selected quickslot towards a spot where the crosshairs aims at (please consider the trajectory though), except on game worlds and/or player claims where the "Explosives" option is disabled
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... equips weapons, tools or armor from the inventory into the according equipment slot on the right side of your inventory
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... lets your player character learn a new found rare crafting Recipe from a book or page (by right-clicking them in your inventory)
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... puts stuff/stacks from the quickslot that you click on into your open inventory
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... places things from the open inventory into a currently selected empty quickslot or the next empty quickslot. Please note that some things cannot be put in the quickbar, like crafting-materials
  • Right Mouse Button (Mouse1) ... also sends things from your inventory or from quickslots into storage containers, display objects or crafting-stations when they are activated/open (Forge, Processor, Cooking Station) and the stuff you want to move is compatible/processable
  • drag & drop with the left mouse button ... click on an icon, keep the left mouse button pressed down and move the icon... can often be used as an alternative to right-click, but might not always work so well
  • drag & drop with the left mouse button ... while holding the "Sprint" key (Left Shift by default) and then dragging the icon will move half a stack
  • drag & drop & click with the left mouse button ... in order to hold and move a stack of stuff with your left mouse over the destination area/slot, then click your right mouse button ... will drop one piece of a stack' into a quickslot, a container, a crafting-station, etc.
  • (however, when consuming, throwing or feeding a pet, only one item from a stack will be used by default anyway, so simply using the right mouse button is more advisable than dragging and dropping)
  • hold down Left Shift and click your right mouse button to move five items to slots from or into your possession (inventory/quickbars)
  • Left Ctrl ... "Modifier1" - hold down Left Ctrl and click your right mouse button to move only one item to or from slots from or into your possession (key can be customized)
  • e (E) ... "Menu" - opens the Inventory / Bag (key can be customized) - also provides access to the Tabs (above) for Crafting, Map, Blueprints and the Store
  • q (Q)... opens the Crafting Menu (key can be customized)
  • t (T) ... Touchstone menu (key can be customized) - lets you choose either your touchstone or any of all players' touchstones that permit you to teleport to them, any you can reclaim your touchstone as well
  • t + t ... double typing the "Touchstone" key will transport/teleport you to your own Touchstone (if placed) within seconds unless interrupted by moving or being attacked
  • f (F) ... Use / Interact (key can be customized) - as an alternative to the right mouse button, this key interacts with certain interactable objects in the game world, like Crafting Stations, storage containers, doors, activation devices (Switches), lamps, as well as Pets.
  • f (F) ... also opens the storage window of wireable objects like Mob Spawners or Loot Spawners. To access their wiring settings, type "n" (per default). Pressure Plates and Sensors. To activate or deactivate wireable objects, use your right mouse button. With the left mouse button, you can take objects with your gauntlet
  • m (M) ... Map (key can be customized) - opens your area Map. Click on the magnifying glass to switch to the world overview Map. You can spot claimed areas colored according to your permission setting there, you can see all your nearby Pets and other players too on the map if there are any. By hovering your mouse button over the player dot icons or pet dots, you can view their names as well
  • c (C) ... Safe Walk (key can be customized) - by crouching, your character won't fall off most blocks and such can safely add blocks to a bridge
  • NumLock ... AutoRun (and also "AutoSwim") (key can be customized) - lets the player character go forward until being stopped by an obstacle (one block is sufficient), does not work when flying a Glider
  • ~ ... take a Screenshot (key can be customized)
  • Tab ... Cycle Mode / TabCycle (Mining/Harvesting <-> Using Weapon <-> Using Tool) (key can be customized) - draws a sword or tool automatically, or switches back to Mining Cell
  • g (G) ... Glider (key can be customized) - start flying and use your "Go Forward" key to fly up for a short while, the "Go Backwards" key to fly down, "Go Left" and "Go Right" to sway to either side, and shift will use available stamina to give the glider a boost (only for "Pro" players as mentioned)
  • l (L) ... Flashcube (floating light) - turns your Flashlight either on or off (key can be customized), but only for players who have bought the "Pro" DLC
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    v (V) ... Shows / hides Wires - toggles the visibility of blue wires while Wiring Tool is equipped (key can be customized)
  • n (N) ... ("Inspect" Wires) opens the configuration/inspection window of wireable devices and machines (key can be customized) when a Wiring Tool is equipped and your crosshairs cursor points at a device/machine (works best when pointing at either a Receive Hotspot or a Send Hotspot)
  • k (K) ... Breaks Wires - will disconnect wiring when an Wiring Tool is equipped and your cursor points at a Send Hotspot or Receive Hotspot of any wireable device or machine (key can be customized)
  • h (H) .... "Pro" - this control seemingly doesn't do anything, although it's speculated that it can enable / disable certain options of the Pro DLC (key can be customized)
  • r (R) ... Rotation Icon Rotation (key can be customized) - hold this key and the left mouse button too while targeting a block with the crosshairs, then move the mouse to rotate the block
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    just tap r (simply press the key and release it, don't keep holding it down) while targeting a (rotated) block to lock this rotation - additional blocks in the quickslot you have selected will now be placed in the same "angle" so you won't have to rotate each block one at a time. Tap r again to "unlock" the rotation
  • kindly note that not all blocks and objects can be rotated into every direction. Some furniture objects can only be rotated sideways for example, while a few furniture objects cannot be rotated at all. Also, some containers must be emptied before they can be rotated
  • (undefined by default, you can assign any key you like) ... TABLeft and TABRight - both of these keys can be used for switching between Weapon <-> Tool <-> Mining Cell
  • Return (Enter) ... Open the Chat and start to write (key can be customized)
  • Backspace ... Start Chat reply (key can be customized)
  • Left Alt ... Mouse Unlock (key can be customized) - free your mouse cursor. You cannot select quickslots nor use any of the onscreen icons with your cursor this way though
  • BackQuote ... Camera (Ingame Screenshot) (key can be customized)
  • / (Slash) ... Start Chat Command - if you write chatcommands (see below for a list and details) into the chat starting with this key, certain functions can be executed (key can be customized)
  • Del (Delete key) ... Delete an item or stack of stuff from your selected quickslot while pointing the cursor on it. One item (also block, liquid) will immediately be deleted, however before 2 or more stacked items are being deleted, a window will prompt you to confirm your wish to delete them (key can be customized)
  • z (Z) ... Drop an item from a stack out of the currently selected quickslot into a player bag (please note that this bag is similar to a loot bag of a Creature, so if left alone by everyone, it will quickly vanish!) (key can be customized)
  • o (O) ... View Mode - "o" (not 0 = zero though) lets you see your player character from 3rd person view and circle it with the camera, but only while standing still. Moving will let you return to 1st person view (key can be customized)
  • y (Y) ... Command Follow for your Pets - calls and lets all your Pets close by follow your player character (also through teleporters and to your touchstone if you teleport there) (key can be customized)
  • i (I) ... Command Stay for your Pets - lets all your Pets that are currently following you stay still where your cursor is pointing at, or at the closest free spot on the ground (key can be customized)
  • u (U) ... Command Wander for your Pets - lets all your Pets that are currently following you start to "wander" around randomly (key can be customized). It is advised to only let Pets wander within an enclosed area like a stable or corral
  • \ (BackSlash) ... Store (key can be customized) for rare Recipes, item/block kits, Costumes and Coins
  • x (X) ... Codex - opens your Quest window with QB and the Badges menu too (the second TAB accessible by clicking on the icon that looks like a medal)
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Keybindings overview Edit

Key Customizable? Description
Mouse0 (left button) Yes With gauntlet: dig, pull (take) blocks, liquids, items, plants, harvest from Pets, push any Creature except Pets of other players. With weapon: attack/swing. With tool (Taming Collar, Washer, Plow, Wiring Tool): use on creatures, pets, fitting blocks or plants, or wireable objects respectively
Mouse1 (right button) Yes Place block or placeable item from quickslot, use usable objects (open/close door, open storage container, switch on/off lamp, open forge, processor, cooking station to fill/use), activate ativatable objects/devices, check pet window
1 - = (or ´) Yes Quick slot select. Then use right-click to place blocks and placable items/objects, consume consumables (like Mushrooms), throw Explosives or other throwables like Rimecones
W Yes Move forwards
S Yes Move backwards
A Yes Left side-step
D Yes Right side-step
Space Yes Jump
Shift Yes Sprint, or boost when gliding. Will use up stamina. With no stamina left, the player character will slow down again automatically
Tab Yes Cycle between mining gauntlet, weapon and tool (if equipped)
E Yes Open inventory (also called "Menu"). You can then use the Tabs on top to select Crafting, Map, Blueprints or Store (up above) from here too
Q Yes Crafting (also has the other Tabs on top)
M Yes Map (and area map by clicking on the magnifying glass)
ESC No Game Settings, World information and settings ("Edit World" below the image, camera symbol to change image), Player overview, Main Menu (Exit the World), Help (will open a webpage in the standard browser)
T Yes Opens the Touchstone menu to permit teleporting to available placed touchstones within 5 seconds or to reclaim your own touchstone
F Yes Use/interact with the world (open Crafting Stations or Storage Containers, activate or switch on/off "electric" Devices, check Pets, open Treasure Chests, etc.)
C Yes Crouch. Permits for safe walking, in most cases disallowing the player-characters to fall off of the block level they are on
Alt Yes Mouse Unlock
Return or Enter Yes Chat
Backspace Yes Chat reply
Delete Yes Delete block/item/material or stack of blocks/items/materials
O Yes View Mode: 3rd person view as long as the player-character does not move
Y Yes Ask Pet to follow you
I Yes Ask Pet that follows you to stay at the spot you're looking/pointing at
/ Yes Start a Chat Command (list of commands below)
Z Yes Drop
R Yes Rotate (either toggle on/off to define a specific rotation position, or hold down to then rotate the block with the mouse)
NumLock Yes Autorun (and automatically swim forward) until stopped by unevenness
N Yes Inspect Wires (only with Wiring Tool equipped)
V Yes Toggles the display of Wires on/off
K Yes Cut Wire / break links between electric devices
G Yes Use Glider or deactivate glider while flying
L Yes Toggle Flashlight on/off

Chat commands Edit


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    to learn your exact location in the world, type // into the chat (and press "Enter"/"Return" which goes for all chat-commands). First number is the longitute X from East to West (+ 5,120 -), the second number is altitude from the bottom of the world (0) to the highest point (255), the third number is the Y latitude from North to South (+ 5,120 -)
  • if you should get stuck anywhere, type /stuck to break free. However if it should happen in a corner, on ladders or on stairs, merely jumping once or stepping back will usually set you free again. This will not kill your player character and does not induce teleporting to the Touchstone
  • type /hud to hide the UI (for making better screenshots) - and type the same command once more to return the UI
  • /who will list all players who are currently present on the same gameworld as you are on
  • /ignore (playername) will let you ignore another player's chatting. You can also /unignore (playername) that player later on if you like, or even /ignoreall 
  • /tutorial (on) (off) (reset) will let you stop tutorial-tips or restart the tutorial
  • /ban (playername) or /kick (playername) will let you ban respectively temporarily kick a player from your own gameworld; later on you can /unban (playername) that player again if you so wish. Only world owners and admins can ban and kick players of lower permission ranks
  • /mute (playername) lets you mute a player on your own gameworld in the chat. Only world owners, world mod(erator)s and admins can mute players of lower permission ranks 
  • /setspawn lets you decide at which spot on your own gameworld visitors will arrive at when they log in for the first time  
  • /permissions will reveal your personal permission rank on the current gameworld and/or claim (claim first if you're currently on any claim)
  • " /promote (visitor) (builder) (mod) (admin) " - shows you a list of players on the current gameworld so that you can promote (or demote) anyone on your own gameworld from visitor to builder, moderator or admin... Please note that you can alternatively click on the button "Player" displayed under the world settings when typing "ESC" to manage players more easily. Only world owners and admins can promote (or demote) players of lower permission ranks 
  • " /w (playername) (message) " will send a "whispered" message to another player that all others cannot read
  • " /r (message) " - "whisper back" (reply) to a player who just sent you a whisper
  • /sim will show you the position of the chunk - piece of land - that you're on
  • " /party invite (playername) " - lets you invite a player to a party, /party accept or /party decline will let you accept or decline a party invitation. With "/party leave” you can leave your current party
  • " /p (message) " - the main reason to form a party currently: with this command you can chat only with members of your party (team-"channel") and others won't be able to listen in
  • /kill - feeling suicidal? This will NOT kill any mobs nor other players, only your own character 
  • /quests - lets you manage the checkpoint tasks of your own adventure (type /quests help to see all the available subcommands) 
  • for more commands type /help 
  • please note that there is no chat command in Creativerse that will provide you, other players or the game world with infinite blocks or items of any kind 

Chat Commands overview Edit

All chat commands are prefixed with a / character.

Command Description
/help shows a list of all available commands
// shows exact coordinates of the player on the game world (x/y/z like in devices)
/who lists player characters present on the current game world
/stuck Unsticks the player. Can also be used while falling down. If stuck at a corner or on stairs, try jumping once. At the top end of ladders try stepping back (down) and going forward (up) again when stuck
/hud toggles the UI on/off for screenshots or simply a nicer view
/permissions shows your current permissions on this world and/or claim
/promote (visitor/builder/mod) sets permission/authority level of listed players
/w (playername) (message) sends a whisper to (playername) with the message (message)
/r (message) reply to the last player who sent a whisper
/party invite (playername) invites a player to a party
/party accept accepts a party invite
/p (message) sends a message to all players that are part of the own party
/party decline declines a party invite
/party kick (playername) kicks a player out of the party
/party leave leaves the current party
/sim displays the position of the player on the current "chunk" (part of an area)
/tutorial on turns tutorial events on (default)
/tutorial off turns tutorial events off
/tutorial reset resets all tutorials, causing them to happen again
/pulleffect 0/1 toggles the visual block pulling effect - 0 for off, 1 for on
/placeeffect 0/1 toggles the visual block placing effect - 0 for off, 1 for on
/ignore (playername) disables messages of this player in the chat
/ignoreall disables the chat completely
/unignore (playername) shows chat messages of a formerly ignored player again
/ban (playername) bans a player from your world (enables to reclaim their claims)
/unban (playername) allows formerly banned player to re-enter the world
/setspawn set a specific spawn point for all new players on your world
/kill lets your player character commit suicide, does not kill Creatures/Mobs
/mute mute a player (disable their chat messages) on your world
/request (playername) ask for higher permission level on a player's claim
/temperature (outdated) displays the exact temperature of blocks, air and adjacent blocks
/toxicity displays the toxicity of the current position
/publish_world make your world publicy accessible for other players to join
/resetprefs resets your preference settings
/like like this world (as long as it's not one of your own game worlds)