Roblox Game Development in 24 Hours (Sams)
Friday, 18 June 2021

This is the official guide to Roblox game development, and is aimed at game developers looking to take their Roblox skills to the next level. Following the Sam's Teach Yourself format, the 24 lessons are designed to be completed in an hour or less, and include step-by-step instructions to walk the reader through common questions, issues, and tasks. Q&As, quizzes, and exercises are also included to build and test your knowledge.


Author: Roblox Corporation
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Date: June 2021
Pages: 427
ISBN: 978-0136829737
Print: 0136829732
Kindle: B08SJCQQP7
Audience: Game developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Graphics & Games

  • Build immersive natural environments using built-in terrain and lighting tools
  • Model and import assets, models, weapons, and textures
  • Code game mechanics, animations, and camera movement
  • Design GUIs for store fronts, player HUDs, and interactive elements
  • Teleport players between multiple game places
  • Publish your game to multiple platforms with cross-platform play
  • Attract players, monetize your game, and earn real cash


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