At the time of writing, this game is in early development and not a full product yet. It’ll be growing month by month: your feedback will help make sure its the best possible game out there! You can unlock, play and level up Deku, Tenya and Ochaco! Make sure you visit the Quest board first. Fight the bots around the school and other players in the yard. Unlock your primary quirk ability at level 10, and then your ultimate at 30. Characters are unlocked from briefcases which are 1,000 coins. Duplicate drops are used to empower already-unlocked characters with more XP! Remember, these numbers are all subject to change, and this is just a small part of the game so far.
I helped create this officially-licensed game while working full-time at Gamefam, who partnered with Crunchyroll and Toho. I’m very happy to see folks try out the game, give their feedback and help us create an even better game. At the time of writing, the game’s Discord server (here’s the invite link) already has over 1,000 members!
Paid Beta Reminders
– Beta means we’re early on in development. You’re seeing this project super early, so this is just a small part of the game we hope to build! – Keep in mind that this is a paid beta, which means you’ll need to pay some Robux in order for access. – Additionally, the game is not available in some regions, so please check the game description on Roblox.com beforehand. – Finally, like all games in early access: be wary of bugs, weird behaviors, or data resets.
In the future, I hope to write more blog posts about this game, its development, and my experience as a programmer at Gamefam. After all, this is a personal blog, not a blog about this game in particular. I’ve always enjoyed being a highly-available cool developer who will answer questions when I can. Which may come as a surprise, given my lack of posts on this site… baby steps, I suppose!
You might have picked up one of these terrible coding habits when learning Roblox Lua. Let’s address that, shall we?
Listen… we gotta talk. You’ve got some really bad habits when it comes to scripting on Roblox. You clearly grew a lot since your days as a novice. You’ve been around the block enough times to know when it’s time to move past old habits and grow as a developer. Now’s the time to start improving your Roblox code.
OK, maybe not all of that first paragraph is completely true, but that bit about growing as a developer might interest you a whole ton. In this post, let’s talk about what you can do to clean up your coding habits.
A word of caution: this “advice” (if we’re calling it that) isn’t for the absolute novice. If you’re really-really new, just focus on making things work first and foremost. That’s more important. For the rest of you, let’s get into it!
Let’s learn about Binders, a useful pattern that links CollectionService and OOP.
In this post, I’m featuring the Binder pattern, its uses, and reasons you should start using them in your Roblox projects.
A binder connects a CollectionService tag on Instance with an object in Lua code. When a tag is applied to an Instance, an object is constructed from a class with this Instance. During its lifetime, the object might read from various attributes on the instance to modify how it behaves. Finally, if the tag or entire Instance is removed, the object is cleaned up or destroyed accordingly.
For the purposes of this article, I’ll be using this implementation (I recommend you keep this open while reading).
Apparently, I have a bit of a thing for living under a rock! The whole year of 2020 has really proven that I’m far too good at doing that. No surprise that the previous dreadful year did a number on my motivation to work on things. Although we may not be out of the woods with the pandemic yet, there’s a handful of things I’d like to cover regarding the state of my projects. In particular, here’s what I hope to accomplish in 2021 so this year turns out exceedingly excellent.