Personalize the Game

Personalize the Game

Make the Move It Simulator into your own unique vision by changing the rewards a player earns, the name of the game, and settings like player speed. Making these changes can change the mood of your game. In a few minutes, go from just a template to a unique game based off your vision.

Changing the Game Settings

The words you see in-game like “Move It Simulator”, and “Roblox Developer” are all changeable. You can even make players move faster. These changes can be done by opening a script called GameSettings. That script includes different variables, or placeholders, for names and numbers used.

  1. To open the script, find Explorer on the right side of Studio. If you cannot see Explorer, go into the View tab and click the Explorer button.
  1. In Explorer search bar, type GameSettings.
Then double-click the GameSettings script.

Changing Words

Inside GameSettings, you can change words displayed to players. This can even include the game title or messages shown when players level up.

To start, give the game its own unique name.

  1. In the GameSetting script, on the left side are line numbers. Find Line 8.
  1. Between the quotation marks, type a new name for your game.
  1. Run your game. Notice how the billboard at the game start changed.

Changing Numbers

By modifying different numbers in GameSettings, you can create a unique experience for your players. For instance, players can start out moving extra fast or gain levels slowly.

  1. In the GameSetting script, find line 28. This line has the number for the player’s starting move speed. Replace the number 7 with a higher number, like 30.
  1. Run the game and notice that your player begins the game faster than before.

Challenge Checkpoint

You’ve customized your game, now claim your free prize! Celebrate your new skills by getting the Kinetic Staff and Do-It-Yourself badge. Copy the code below.


Click the button to open a Roblox game, find the in-game character, and click REDEEM CODE to get your prize.

Enter World

Continue Customizing

You’ve taken the first steps in making this game your own, now keep going! Below are a few options to change the look and feel of your game.

Creating Terrain

Sculpt mountains, rivers, or even cover the world in snow.

Designing Props

Build a tree and use those skills to decorate with different props.

Special Effects

Particle Effects

Add fire, sparks, and other effects to objects in game.


Change a game's mood by customizing environment with effects.

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