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Stardew Valley

Multiplayer Commands And Cheats

Multiplayer Commands Quick Guide

With the new addition of Multiplayer to Stardew Valley, there have been some newly added chat commands for the host and other players within the same game to use to communicate with each other. Everything is simple to enter, and only requires the use a forward slash (/) before each command.

PC

  1. Host or join a multiplayer game
  2. Press the ‘T’ key to open the chat interface
  3. Type the command you wish to use like so: /example
  4. Press the Enter key to submit the command

Documented Commands

The following list contains all currently documented multiplayer commands for Stardew Valley. Use the button to directly copy commands and paste them into your game quickly.

Looking for a specific command? Ctrl + F to search faster!

/h

Description: Displays a list of commands that are available for you to use.

/help

Description: The full version of the previous command, displays a list of commands that are available for you to use.

/clear

Description: Completely clears the chat log within your game.

/color-list

Description: Displays a list of colors you’re able to use with the with the /color command, as well as the the [COLORNAME] prefix for coloring only single lines.

Full list of colors supported: white, red, blue, green, jade, yellowgreen, pink, purple, yellow, orange, brown, gray, cream, salmon, peach, aqua, jungle, plum

/color

Description: Sets your chat to appear in the specified color.

Arguments:

  • [colorname] – enter a color that is supported by the game. See /color-list command for a full list of colors.

/pause

Description: This command is available to the game host only! Pauses the game for everyone in the session. Additionally, you can enter this command to unpause the game, or use /resume.

/resume

Description: This command is available to the game host only! Resumes the game after a /pause.

/credits

Description: Displays a small list of game credits similar to what is shown by choosing the credits option within the main menu.

/list

Description: Displays a list of names of all players currently connected to your game world.

/users

Description: Displays a list of names of all players currently connected to your game world.

/players

Description: Displays a list of names of all players currently connected to your game world.

/qi

Description: Outputs dialogue from Mr. Qi.

Mr. Qi: Hey, kid. Yeah, I'm here. What'd you expect.

The second time you enter the command you’ll receive a slightly different message, but all other enters will revert back to the first message.

Mr. Qi: Hey... keep up the good work, and never stop striving for success! I'll see you soon, kid...

/concernedape

Description: Outputs dialogue from ConcernedApe.

ConcernedApe: Hello. I hope you're enjoying your new life here. Take care! [ConcernedApe Emoji]

After the first message, entering the command again will only display the following.

ConcernedApe is hard at work...

/ape

Description: Another option to reveal the ConcernedApe easter egg dialogue.

Developer Commands

The following list contains all of currently known developer only commands. These only work with test versions of the game, and you won’t be able to enter them. Anytime you try to enter one of these commands, you’ll receive a message from ConcernedApe himself, reading:

ConcernedApe: Nice try...

/cheat

/cheats

/imacheat

/money

/showmethemoney

/freegold

/debug

/rosebud

Emojis & Chat Colors

Stardew Valley has its own full list of emojis for you to use within the game’s chat system, and allows for coloring of specific lines of text in case you’d like to send a message with a certain color, but not have your text be that color permanently.

Changing color of a single text line

Follow this format to color lines of chat: [color]text

  • For example: “[red]Stardew Valley is awesome!”
  • Displays in the chat as: “Stardew Valley is awesome!

Use the /color-list command to view all available colors.

Using Emojis in chat

Entering Emojis into your chat is fairly straightforward, there are a total of 195 to use, and to all you need to do is enter the number of the emoji you want to use inside some brackets so like: [1] There are [2] lots of emojis [3] in this [4] sentence.

You can view this handy Emoji Guide here to find the ID of a specific emoji.