FPS Game

Designing an Advanced FPS Level on ROBLOX

FPS GameLast week we released our first ROBLOX Game Template, which gives you the starting tools you need to create a Capture the Flag FPS. While the simplicity with which ROBLOX users can create FPS games using templates opens the doors to just about anyone, it also means it’s going to take extra effort to transcend the competition and get noticed.

With that in mind, we’ll explain some useful ways you can take your ROBLOX FPS to the next level. Continue reading →

ROBLOX FPS Screenshot

How to Build a FPS in 15 Minutes with ROBLOX

ROBLOX FPS ScreenshotBy the time the ROBLOX Content Team finished developing ROBLOX Base Wars FPS, we had accumulated a number of powerful scripts that quickly turn a standard ROBLOX game into a class-based, first-person shooter (FPS). Recognizing the power of the scripts, we packaged them in a FPS plugin for ROBLOX Studio and put them to the test.

Do they make it possible to create an FPS in 15 minutes? Continue reading →

ROBLOX Base Wars

How We Built an FPS in ROBLOX

ROBLOX Base WarsThe ROBLOX Content Team is wrapping up version 1.0 of ROBLOX Base Wars, a competitive first-person shooter (FPS).

The concept is familiar: up to 30 players join a game, and each player is randomly assigned to a team. Players contribute to their team’s score by taking out opponents and capturing control points. It’s a little like Team Fortress 2, but without the hats. We created Base Wars to show that an exciting first-person experience is possible in ROBLOX, as well as to give ROBLOX builders a resource they can draw upon for their own FPS creations. The source code for ROBLOX Base Wars is free, so download – or play – the most recent version here.
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