Roblox games have fascinating stories behind them, from hackers to mishaps to becoming an overnight sensation while the whole team is on vacation. In Player to Creator, you'll hear the ups and downs of their success stories and learn the truth about getting started and the journey to becoming a successful Roblox developer.
For episode ten, we caught up with the exceptionally talented CrazyBlox, a veteran Roblox developer with over a decade of experience on the platform. From a journey that began with just a few free models and inspiration from classic arcade gaming, CrazyBlox enters 2020 with the second iteration of his highly successful 'Flood Escape' series and over 600m plays under his belt. In an eye opening chat, we explored community engagement, the value of sticking to your plans...and how to overcome the dreaded 'game dev block'.
In episode nine, we talk to Quenty about his career on Roblox. Quenty is a household name in the developer community and is behind the innovative hit Whatever Floats Your Boat. We talk about how he got hooked on Roblox and used it to launch a career in software engineering. What were his early projects like? Did he really release Whatever Floats Your Boat with no internet access? Find out in Player to Creator!
In episode eight, Cindering joins us for a discussion. The developer behind the immensely popular Roblox High School series, he helped define one of the most popular genres on the entire Roblox platform. Now, Cindering is working on a totally different game - Super Striker League. What's it like to take on an entirely different genre? Are there pressures when living up to previous successes? Find out on Player to Creator!
For our seventh episode, we talk to AbstractAlex of Red Manta. A long-time Roblox Developer, Alex has made such classics as Swordburst, Robloxian High School and World // Zero. How did he consistently achieve so many successful games? What are the challenges of founding your own Roblox Development studio? Find out on Player to Creator!
In our sixth episode, Wsly and Zomebody talk about their four time Bloxy-winning hit Deathrun. How did two bitter rivals end up working together to dominate a genre? And how do you balance your life when something so large demands so much attention? Find out in Player to Creator.
In a special edition of Player to Creator, Roblox's first employee John Shedletsky talks about the early days of Roblox. How did he find out about Roblox? What was his first interview like? And when is he going to update Sword Fight on the Heights IV? Find out in Player to Creator.
In our fourth episode, Gusmanak and LMH_Hutch talk about their eagerly anticipated title Apocalypse Rising 2. What can your family teach you about your game? And what is it really like living up to the hype of developing a sequel to one of Roblox's biggest hits? Find out in Player to Creator.
In our third episode, vCaffy and jCaffie chat about how they got started on Roblox, from their early days to the launch of the incredibly successful Dungeon Quest. If you thought it was impossible for siblings to work together, think again. And why can't Ultimate Fishing make it onto the front page? Find out in Player to Creator.
For our second episode, BlockFaceSteve and BlockFaceBob of Block Evolution Studios (creators of Heists, Zoo Simulator and more) explain how they built an empire of popular Roblox games, what to do when dealing with exploits, and how to apply past lessons to future games. How did they do it, and why did they get kicked out of a library thanks to Roblox? Find out on Player to Creator!
In our first episode, Opplo and Simoon68 of Abracadabra Studios (creators of hit Roblox game SharkBite) explain how their game blew up while they were on holiday, how a small error caused them to lose millions of Robux, and how they ran a game studio for several years without ever having met in person. How did they do it, and who's Leonard the Fish? Find out on Player to Creator!