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Chat commands are simple codes which perform useful functions in the Transformice game client, such as changing titles or whispering another player. To use a chat command, type a forward slash (/) in the chat window followed by the command and press enter. Note that commands are not visible to other players unless the command is designed to post a message for others to see. Make sure you're typing the command in normal room chat or it will not work.

Below is a full list of commands supported by Transformice.

Interacting with your mouse

Command Effect
/title, /titre, /titulo or /titel [number] Lists off all of the titles you have earned. If you include a number that corresponds to a title you own, your title will switch to that title.
/mort Kills your mouse (gives a +1 score for that round).

Changing Rooms

  • Having a "*" before a room name signifies an international room
  • Having a "#" before a room name signifies a minigame / special room.
Command Effect
/room [roomname] Goes to the specified room
or /salon, /sala, /kamer, /zimmer
/x_eneko [username (optional)] Goes to "Training [your username]", unless username specified, then it goes to "Training [specified username]".
/bootcamp Changes to a random bootcamp room, or specified room (ex: /bootcamp3)
/vanilla Changes to a random vanilla room, or specified room (ex: /vanilla3)
/survivor Changes to a random survivor room, or specified room (ex: /survivor3)
/racing Changes to a random racing room, or specified room (ex: /racing3)
/defilante Changes to a random defilante room, or specified room (ex: /defilante3)
/editor or /editeur Sends you to the map editor.
/totem Sends you to the totem editor. (You need to have at least 1000 mice saved as a shaman to be able to go to the totem editor)
/mulodrome Starts a team-based racing map (max 10 mice). Can only be done in a private room you created (no one in it before you).
/tutorial Sends you to "[Tutorial] YourNameHere"
Room related commands
Command Effect
/pw [password] Allows a player to set a password for a private room they have created. ex: /pw cheese
/menu Opens up the game menu.
/module lists "official" minigames that are available.

Interacting with others

These commands let you talk to other players, create / manage chats, ignore and report players, etc.

Command Effect
/c or /w [username] [message] Allows you to message another player privately.
/friend, /amigo, /ami, /vriend or /freund [username] Adds the user to your friends list.
/ignore [username] Adds the user to your ignore list.
/chat Creates / joins a chat room.
/who, /quem or /qui Displays the list of players in your current chat room.
/profile, /perfil, /profil or /profiel [username] Open the user's profile (they need to be in the same room for it to work), or opens yours if no username is given.
/calendar [username] Opens a user's Adventure Calendar (they need to be in the same room for it to work), or opens yours if no username is given.
/mute [username] lets you ignore a player's messages.
/silence [reason] Toggles all whispers on/off, except for friends (give a reason is optional)
/silence* [reason] Toggles all whispers on/off, including for friends (give a reason is optional)
/ban [username] If 10 players (in the same room) vote to ban a player, they will be removed from the room for an hour.
/report [username] A popup will appear and you will be asked why you would like to report the player. A Moderator will decide about the case when two people report.

If a player you reported gets banned from the game you will receive Karma. Karma tells the Moderators how believable your reports are.

/watch [username] All mice are turned semi-transparent( including NPC mice), except the mouse with username entered who is tinted pink. Multiple mice can be selected. This can be turned off by typing just /watch by itself. 
/clear Clears the chatbox.
/mod See how many moderators are online.
/mapcrew See how many map crew are online.
/tribunal Help moderators by watching reported players and deciding whether or not they are breaking the rules in the specified way.
/f [country code] Waves a flag representing that country.

For the countries and their codes, read more.

/election Brings up the Election window and tells you how to use it.
/trade or /echange [username] Sends trade request to specified player. (Must be in the same room.)


Command Effect
/t [message] Sends a message to tribe chat. Pressing T also allows you to use tribe chat.
/t*, /tc or /mt Opens tribe chat in a new tab
/inv [username] Invites the user to your tribehouse.
/invkick [username] Kicks the user who was invited to your tribehouse.
/module [modulename] Runs a module (minigame) (example: /module #fight). To stop the minigame, type the command followed by "stop".
/np [code] Changes map to specified map (ex: /np 34), or changes back to default map if no map specified.
/npp [code] Changes Map, but waits for 1st map to end, will just switch in a tribe house or utility
/neige Makes it snow in the tribe house for 1 minute. Enter in command again to stop. (You must have particle details enabled to see the snow)
/ch [username] Defines who will be the next Shaman.
/sy [username] Define who will be the sync. Enter the command with nothing to reset.
/sy? Find out who the current synchronizer is.

(one has to be a rank that's able to load maps)

/musique [Youtube video URL/mp3 link] Plays the YouTube video/mp3. YouTube videos will only play if there's a TV in the tribe house. The link with .mp3 in the end of it will only play for mice who has "Play music" option selected in the in-game settings window.

Obtaining free items

Each ones of these commands will award you the first time they are used (although /code can use different code, each code is only good for one use).

Command Effect
/facebook Will award your mouse with 20 cheese the first time, as well as open up the Transformice Facebook page.
/atelier801 Gives you a cake hat in your shop inventory.
/code Opens the box for typing codes that give rewards (from contests, attending a convention they are at, etc.).
  • While not a chat command, you can also gain a Badge 9 Transformice birthday badge by performing the action sequence "confetti, dance, confetti, clap, kiss" (don't do it too fast, also must be done on either map 0 or a user-made map).
  • You can also obtain a Cheese Earring for free by registering your email.



Command Effect
/lsmap List all the maps you have created.
/time Shows accumulated play time for your account.
/nue Disables/Enables the display of accessories used by other mice. Begins to assert in the next round. This does not override the game disabling them when there are 50+ mice in the room, on bootcamp rooms, etc.
/font [font] Changes the chat's font. font is a font you have on your system (default = verdana). Typing "/font" without a font specified will reset your font to the default.
/fontsize [#] # is a positive whole number (default = 12)
/music or /musique [number] Play a YouTube video while enjoying maps.
/langue [language] Change the language used by the game (does not affect messages already onscreen). Must be a valid 2-letter language code, or else the game the game while be stuck with a black semi-transparent overlay and unresponsive to mouse clicks. Ex: /langue es
/clavier Alternating between English and French keyboard.
/fs Enable / disable the fullscreen function (full screen).
/nosouris Writes "Espèce de vieille souris." (Species of old mouse) into the chat and turns off the tutorial.
/cafe Spawns multiple small Café icons across the screen that can only be removed by logging off or clicking them. Clicking also has a small chance to spawn over 5 more buttons at that location, making clicking to remove them tricky if you have a lot on screen. This command is mostly used for trolling other players.

Technical Stuff

Command Effect
/ping View your ping.
/ips Shows in the upper left corner of the game screen, the frame rate per second and current data in MB / s download.
/cips Shows a graph with the current frame rate per second. The chart can be dragged anywhere on the screen.
/debug Shows the collision boxes and physics of the game at work.
/shooting Removes text bubbles above mice. Intended for better videos where you can always see names and hide chat.
/version Shows the "changelog" for the current version (in French). Some descriptions of version updates were kept for months and the descriptions were removed in V1.291.
/lua Opens up a window to write the lua scripting language.
/info [code] Displays information on the current map or the map specified.
/infoshop When in the shop, shows the category and ID of each item on the top left corner (ex: "0, 3" (first number is category).
/parrain Opens up the referral window.
/changepass Opens the Change Password window.
/sauvertotem Saves the current totem. You must be in totem editor for it to work.
/resettotem Reset the current totem. You must be in totem editor for it to work.

Mode-specific commands

Music Rooms
Command Effect
/skip If enough people skip, video will end early.

Removed commands

Command Type Effect
/^^ Technical stuff Displayed information from your client / browser, Flash Player and system used to run the game.
/fps60 Technical stuff Switch between 36 fps mode and 60 fps mode manually.
/modeexpo Other Removed the left side of the old standalone bar.
/filter or /filtre Interacting With Others Disable/Enable chat filter allowing see bad words. Was removed because option was moved to "Options" menu.

External links

  • Many of the less-common commands listed here were found on It is a great resource; however, it is in Portuguese.


  • /mulodrome and /pw both used to require a room name to start with your username for them to work before V1.270.