Having around two million players worldwide, Roblox is more than just a multiplayer online game. It is by itself a series of games since it gives the users the chance to create their own games or play somebody else’s’ games through it. Roblox is almost 15 years old, and it has been made available for various platforms, like Xbox One, macOS, Macintosh operating systems, Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS, and Fire OS.
Therefore, if you like the game, you must be craving to find ways of getting better at playing it. You can either be madly in love with Roblox, or hate it (by who knows what reason). There is no in-between when it comes to a game like this. Here are our best tips for improving your gameplay:
Build terrain first:
To get started properly in Roblox, the first thing you need to do is build the terrain in Roblox Studio, a software that you can download online for free. You will be using the templates available in Roblox Studio for building your terrain, and you can even customize them. More precisely, you can use specific templates for cities, houses, racing tracks, and even themes.
Turn collisions On or OFF:
Options like these can be used when you need to jump on solid hills, open a door or hitting tree or house. If you use the options wisely, your terrain will look as exciting as possible.
Add rotating objects:
This is a nice way of improving your terrain since it will provide a better and more fun design. Of course, you may not ever see such things in real life, but why not take advantage of the whole set of possibilities in a game? Besides, it’s JUST A GAME.
Choose the right moving options:
An inevitable measure is choosing what kind of moving option you want to be placed on your terrain (1 Stud, 1/5 Studs, or Off).
These tips can help you get in front of your competitors. Therefore, after applying them, you can show the internet what you created in Roblox.
David Blair was a reporter for Henri Le Chat Noir, before becoming the lead editor. David has over 20 bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to science, games and technology. David studied at Birmingham University.