In a Roblox class and camp, students approach the social platform from a different angle, and are empowered to dive into the mechanics of game development, game design, and coding in a collaborative summer environment.
Roblox has joined Minecraft as one of the world's top MMO creative sandboxes—no wonder our Roblox summer courses, spring break camps, and online programs are selling out!
Roblox Editor: Make Your Own ObbyAges 7-9
Roblox Game Design: Coding and MonetizationAges 10-12
Roblox and LUAAges 7-19
Game Design: Roblox and MonetizationAges 7-9
Game Design: Roblox and MinecraftAges 10-12
Roblox online courses & summer camps
How to Make an Obby in Roblox
Virtual Tech Camps | Weeklong | Ages 7–9
Virtual Tech Camps | Weeklong | Ages 10–12
Roblox & Lua Tutoring
Online Private Lessons | Ages 7–19
Game Design: Roblox and Monetization
After School Semesters | Ages 7–9
Game Design: Roblox and Minecraft
After School Semesters | Ages 10–12
Roblox Entrepreneur: Lua Coding & Game Scripts
On-Campus | Weeklong | Ages 10–12 (TBD)
More about Roblox
Roblox is the largest social platform for play that allows kids to imagine, create, and play together in immersive 3D worlds. Over 29 million user-generated online games have been produced on the Roblox platform with over 64 million players visiting Roblox every month to create adventures, play games, roleplay, and learn with friends in a family-friendly environment.
Roblox is accessible on all modern smartphones, tablets, desktops, Xbox One, Oculus Rift, and other popular VR platforms. In 2017, Roblox was named to the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America for the second consecutive year.
How is a Roblox course different than using Roblox at home?
Typically, kids and teens use Roblox at home with little to no direction or goals in mind. At iD Tech, students approach the platform from a new angle and are empowered to discover the underlying mechanics of game development in a collaborative environment.
Beginner to advanced students in our Roblox summer camps learn how to think critically about their work with the infinite possibilities of the platform. Students create themes, storylines, objectives, goals, and more, then publish their games online.
Advanced students dive into more complex Lua coding and multiplayer development. Learn more and see other questions and answers with our guide to Roblox.