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Is there a way to remove Minecraft gamerules in-game?

I made a gamerule "New" and now want to remove it but I can't find a way to do it.

I searched in the minecraft help list and found nothing.

I also tried /gamerule and found nothing.

  • It is not possible to make a gamerule neither to remove one you are only able to set a value... What is your question??? – Gerret Aug 23 '14 at 15:25
  • My question was "Is there a way to remove minecraft gamerules in-game?" – User Aug 24 '14 at 11:41
  • @Gerret As of the latest snapshots, it is possible to create your own gamerules. – SirBenet Aug 24 '14 at 21:28
  • @colorfusion well i tried it out on 1.7.10 and also the wiki shows no information about that... would be a useful information in the question if he is using a development build... – Gerret Aug 24 '14 at 22:11
  • @Gerret It's in the prerelease which, if all goes well, will be the official 1.8. The wiki DOES have information about creating new gamerules. – SirBenet Aug 24 '14 at 23:43
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No, there is no command to remove a custom gamerule in-game. It is, however, possible with a program such as NBTEdit.

Open up your world file, and navigate to level.dat > Data > Gamerules. enter image description here

Within those gamerules you should see the one you created. Select it, and press delete. When you save and open up your world, it should be gone.

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If you don't want to use any programs, remove the gamerule by doing this:

/gamerule new 0

That will turn the gamerule off. Next, remove everything that makes it work. For example: delete any command blocks that make the gamerule function.

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If u mean u have made a gamerule true or false just type the same thing but using the opposite. Example:You've just done /gamerule keepInventory true to turn this off do /gamerule keepInventory false

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