Wurst 6.27 - Improved Search & .modify
released October 4, 2019

WARNING: This old version is vulnerable to the Log4Shell exploit. Do not use this in multiplayer without a patch.


  • Added a “Block” setting to Search that determines the type of block to search for.

  • Removed .search, as Search’s “Block” setting makes it obsolete.

  • Search will now target minecraft:diamond_ore by default.

  • Search will now scan whole chunks instead of individual blocks.

  • Added an “Area” setting to Search that determines the area around the player in which it will search. (default: 11x11 chunks)

  • Search can now search an area of up to 33x33 chunks!

    That’s an area of 528 x 528 x 256 blocks, or a volume of over 71,000,000 blocks, or a range of ~264 blocks.

    Previous versions were limited to a range of 50 blocks, or an area of 101 x 101 x 101 blocks, or a volume of ~1,000,000 blocks.

  • Added a “Limit” setting to Search that determines the maximum number of blocks to display. (default: 10,000 blocks)

    Previously the limit was locked to 1,000 blocks. Now you can set to up to 1,000,000 blocks if your PC can handle it.

  • Greatly improved the performance of Search to allow for the increased range and block limit.

  • Added color support to .modify. Use $ for colors, use $$ for $.

    Example: .modify add {display:{Name:'{"text":"$cRed Name"}'}} (changes the item’s name to Red Name)

  • Fixed a typo in the description of .features.

Update: Wurst 6.27.1

  • Fixed PlayerESP’s filter for invisible players being controlled by “Filter sleeping” instead of “Filter invisible”.



Basically just run the installer. See this tutorial for details.

Also, this should be obvious, but you do need to have a licensed copy of Minecraft Java Edition in order to use Wurst. Wurst is a cheat client, not a pirate client.