I’ve been meaning to dive back into ROBLOX and see what the community is up to these days. Luckily for me, I had some free time in the couple of days leading up to my septum surgery to look about and come up with a few more creative highlights to show you all. The creation pictured above is Hunting Simulator 2015 Beta, which I haven’t listed because it currently costs 25 Robux to get in.
I’ll be doing more of these in the future. If you’d like to submit a creation for future pieces, throw me a message on my ROBLOX account.
1. Call of Robloxia 5
Whenever I return to Roblox, I have to stop and see how Call of Robloxia is progressing. This is easily the most impressive game I’ve seen on ROBLOX, not just on the technical side of the vast number of weapons/attachments, but the dedication of its creator(s) to keep the project going after six years. The end result, so far, is a game that handles as fluidly as something you’d expect to pay for, tied to a progression system that’s bound to keep you addicted.
I usually try to get what I can in a timely manner with these spotlights, but I have to admit this one wound up taking a fair bit of my time. Also I have no idea what this is, but it gave me a good chuckle.
2. Fall Down The Longest Hole
Mini-game collections are like the bread and butter of ROBLOX, and I have to say hold a special place in my heart. It’s the simplicity of their design that makes these collections so much fun, and I love looking through each version to see how the creator has added his own touch. You can also see how Roblox happens to be trending at the time based on the theme of the levels.
3. Speed Run 4
I spent a lot more time than expected while checking out this creation, before resigning myself to defeat at the last five feet of the last level. Speed Run 4 is a speed run game (go figure) where you run quickly and jump across obstacles while collecting cards. This one was pretty challenging, and I will admit ultimately beat me out in the end, on the last level.
[Special Mention] Apocalypse Rising
I discovered this one thanks to its creator in the comments section of another creation. The comment said “don’t visit my creation,” so I didn’t.