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Note: This tutorial is on how to make custom Gear. There is a lot of scripting and building, so if you are a beginner, stay away.

Anyway, this is Relorelo84 (Dronian)'s tutorial on how to make your own custom Gear. First, I'll be showing you how to make a jetpack out of anything (even a noob's head, because why not?). There's a ranking of how hard the tutorial is, on a scale of 5.

  1. Very Easy
  2. Easy
  3. Medium
  4. Hard
  5. Very Hard

This also includes ColorfulBrendon(ColorfulBrendonROBLOX)'s and A84hg's tutorials, so I hope you enjoy the collaboration, and have a great time making gear such as jetpacks, Swords, and much more!

Tutorial 1: Jetpack

Have you ever seen the US Military Top Secret Experimental Jetpack on Free Models? If so, have you wanted to have a jetpack in your place similar to that, but you're very infamous for stealing free models? Well, here's how to make one. This tutorial rates 4 (Hard).

Part 1: Making the actual jetpack

First, go to Insert, then select Object. A pop-up window shall appear, with lots of things to put in. Scroll right until you see the option to insert a Tool. Click it. It should appear in the StarterPack. If it doesn't, drag it into the StarterPack. Select it, and rename it anything that's appropriate. Then, put a brick into the Tool, and rename it "Handle" without quotes. The possibilities for your hand-made Jetpack are quite frankly endless; The head of a noob or guest, a meshed object, or even a hat. Make sure it's unanchored, or you will be stuck in the ground when you test it out. Now, click on the name of your jetpack. Go back to the Objects window again. Add four sounds inside the Handle (do not add them into the tool, or you'll mess it up). Rename them EngineFail, InitialThrust, LowFuelWarning, and Thrusting.

PART 2: The jetpack's sounds

Add another object to the Tool this time; a NumberValue. Make the name CurrFuel. In the bar that says Value, put any type of fuel you like. For example, I'll put 20000 fuel (do not put any commas in!). Now, it's time to add the sounds to your jetpack. Put these codes for the four sound's Sound IDs:

Testing it out will prove that it's VERY unfinished. Well, we need to add two more things to our custom-made jetpack; the GUI for the fuel and the script that puts everything together.

PART 3: GUI time

There's two GUI objects in the jetpack you need to add; standstill and FuelGui. In your Jetpack TOOL, add an Animation. Name it "standstill" without the quotes. In the AnimationId, put in "f5c060f01391b53f42d43c28d722cfab" without the quotes. One G.U.I. down, one to go.

Add a ScreenGui and rename it FuelGui. This is crucial, because it tells you how much Fuel you have. In FuelGui, put in a Frame and an ImageLabel. DO NOT RENAME THESE. Put these stats in for Frame:

  • BackgroundColor3: 255; 255; 255
  • BorderColor3: 0; 0; 0
  • BorderSizePixel: 0
  • Position: {0.900000036, 0}, {0.200000003, 0}
  • Size: {0, 40}, {0, 300}

You finished the first one, now for the second.

  • BackgroundColor3: 255; 255; 255
  • BackgroundTransparency: 1
  • BorderColor3: 0; 0; 0
  • BorderSizePixel: 0
  • Image: http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=30559074
  • Position: {0.900000036, 0}, {0.200000003, 0}
  • Size: {0, 40}, {0, 300}

Testing it again, it's still broken! Well, that's because we have one last thing to do. We need to put in the code that holds it all together.

PART 4: The script

Okay, here comes a lot of code. Remember that local maxFuel has to be the same as CurrFuel. Make a LocalScript, and put this in.

local Tool = script.Parent
local mass = 0
local player = nil
local equalizingForce = 236 / 1.2 -- amount of force required to levitate a mass
local gravity = .75—things float at > 1
local moving = false
local maxFuel = 20000

local fuel = Tool.CurrFuel.Value

local gui = nil

local anim = nil

local jetPack = nil

local regen = false

local force = Instance.new("BodyVelocity")
force.velocity = Vector3.new(0,0,0)

local bodyGyro = Instance.new("BodyGyro")
bodyGyro.P = 20000
bodyGyro.D = 8000
bodyGyro.maxTorque = Vector3.new(bodyGyro.P,bodyGyro.P,bodyGyro.P)

local cam = nil

local Flame = nil

function onEquippedLocal(mouse)

player = Tool.Parent
mass = recursiveGetLift(player)
force.P = mass * 10
force.maxForce = Vector3.new(0,force.P,0)
mouse.Button1Down:connect(thrust)
mouse.Button1Up:connect(cutEngine)
cam = game.Workspace.CurrentCamera
anim = player.Humanoid:LoadAnimation(Tool.standstill)
anim:Play()
gui = Tool.FuelGui:clone()
updateGUI()
gui.Parent = game.Players:GetPlayerFromCharacter(player).PlayerGui
equipPack()

regen = true
regenFuel()

end

function equipPack()

jetPack = Tool.Handle:clone()
jetPack.CanCollide = false
jetPack.Name = "JetPack"

jetPack.Parent = game.Workspace

Tool.Handle.Transparency = 1

local welder = Instance.new("Weld")
welder.Part0 = jetPack
welder.Part1 = player.Torso
welder.C0 = CFrame.new(Vector3.new(0,0,-1))
welder.Parent = jetPack

Flame = Instance.new("Part")
Flame.Name = "Flame"
Flame.Transparency =1
Flame.CanCollide = false
Flame.Locked = true
Flame.formFactor = 2
Flame.Size = Vector3.new(1,0.4,1)
Flame.Parent = jetPack

local Fire = Instance.new("Fire")
Fire.Heat = -20
Fire.Size = 6
Fire.Enabled = false
Fire.Parent = Flame

local firer = Instance.new("Weld")
firer.Part0 = jetPack.Flame
firer.Part1 = jetPack
firer.C0 = CFrame.new(Vector3.new(0,2,0))
firer.Parent = jetPack.Flame

end

function updateGUI()

gui.Frame.Size = UDim2.new(0,40,0,300 * (Tool.CurrFuel.Value/maxFuel))
gui.Frame.Position = UDim2.new(0.9,0,0.2 + (0.2 * ((maxFuel - Tool.CurrFuel.Value)/maxFuel)),0)

end

function onUnequippedLocal()

regen = false
force:remove()
bodyGyro:remove()
anim:Stop()
anim:remove()
gui:remove()
if jetPack ~= nil then
jetPack:remove()
jetPack = nil
end
Tool.Handle.Transparency = 0

end

function thrust()
if fuel > 0 then
thrusting = true
force.Parent = player.Torso
jetPack.Flame.Fire.Enabled = true
Tool.Handle.InitialThrust:Play()
bodyGyro.Parent = player.Torso
while thrusting do
bodyGyro.cframe = cam.CoordinateFrame
force.velocity = Vector3.new(0,cam.CoordinateFrame.lookVector.unit.y,0) * 50

fuel = fuel - 1
Tool.CurrFuel.Value = fuel
if fuel <= 0 then
Tool.Handle.EngineFail:Play()
cutEngine()
end
updateGUI()
wait()

Tool.Handle.Thrusting:Play()

if fuel <= 1 then
Tool.Handle.LowFuelWarning:Play()
end
end
Tool.Handle.Thrusting:Stop()
Tool.Handle.LowFuelWarning:Stop()
end
end

function cutEngine()
thrusting = false
jetPack.Flame.Fire.Enabled = false
force.velocity = Vector3.new(0,0,0)
force.Parent = nil
anim:Stop()
bodyGyro.Parent = nil
end

Tool.Equipped:connect(onEquippedLocal)
Tool.Unequipped:connect(onUnequippedLocal)

local head = nil
function recursiveGetLift(node)
local m = 0
local c = node:GetChildren()
if (node:FindFirstChild("Head") ~= nil) then head = node:FindFirstChild("Head") end—nasty hack to detect when your parts get blown off

for i=1,#c do
if c[i].className == "Part" then
if (head ~= nil and (c[i].Position - head.Position).magnitude < 10) then—GROSS
if c[i].Name == "Handle" then
m = m + (c[i]:GetMass() * equalizingForce * 1) -- hack that makes hats weightless, so different hats don't change your jump height
else
m = m + (c[i]:GetMass() * equalizingForce * gravity)
end
end
end
m = m + recursiveGetLift(c[i])
end
return m
end

function regenFuel()

while regen do
if fuel < maxFuel then
fuel = fuel + 1
Tool.CurrFuel.Value = fuel
updateGUI()
end
wait(0.2)
end

end

Test it out, and it works perfectly! Check in for my second tutorial, where I'll show you how to make your own Bloxy Cola.

Tutorial 2: Bloxy Cola

This tutorial ranks 2 (Easy).

Step 1: Making the Bloxy Cola

Go to Insert, select Object, and click on Tool. A tool should pop up. Drag it into your StarterPack, and name it whatever you want. For example, I'll name mine the Shedletsky Cola. Add a 1x1 brick/head/mesh into the tool and name it Handle. Make sure it's unanchored.

Step 2: Sounds

Now you've gotten the handle done, but now it's time to add the sounds. Go to Insert, select Object, and make two Sounds. Name one DrinkSound and name the other OpenSound, but put them in the handle of the Bloxy Cola. In the SoundIDs, put these for the sounds;

Now, here comes the final part; the script.

Step 3: The script

Insert a script into the tool, and name it BloxyColaScript. Put this into the script;

local Tool = script.Parent;

enabled = true


function onActivated()
 if not enabled  then
  return
 end

 enabled = false
 Tool.GripForward = Vector3.new(0,-.759,-.651)
 Tool.GripPos = Vector3.new(1.5,-.5,.3)
 Tool.GripRight = Vector3.new(1,0,0)
 Tool.GripUp = Vector3.new(0,.651,-.759)

 Tool.Handle.DrinkSound:Play()

 wait(3)
 
 local h = Tool.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid")
 if (h ~= nil) then
  if (h.MaxHealth > h.Health + 5) then
   h.Health = h.Health + 5
  else 
   h.Health = h.MaxHealth
  end
 end

 Tool.GripForward = Vector3.new(-.976,0,-0.217)
 Tool.GripPos = Vector3.new(0.03,0,0)
 Tool.GripRight = Vector3.new(.217,0,-.976)
 Tool.GripUp = Vector3.new(0,1,0)

 enabled = true

end

function onEquipped()
 Tool.Handle.OpenSound:play()
end

script.Parent.Activated:connect(onActivated)
script.Parent.Equipped:connect(onEquipped)

Test it out, and you've just made your very own custom Bloxy Cola! In the next tutorial, you'll learn how to make one of the most advanced gears of all time; The Adventures of Noob Boy: Part 1.

Tutorial 3: Noob Boy Part 1

This tutorial rates a 5 (Very Hard).

Step 1: Making the console

Insert a tool, and call it whatever you want. Now, add a 1x1 brick called Handle into the tool, but make sure it's unanchored. Now, it's time to add four sounds.

Step 2: Adding the four sounds

In the handle, add four Sounds; Fail, Jump, Prize, and Song. For the SoundIds, put these in;

We've added the sounds, but the tutorial is far from over.

Step 3: The script

You might be wondering; Why add the script now? Well, it's best to do this first because the script's actually easier than adding the GUIs! Make a LocalScript and put this in;

local Tool = script.Parent
local gui = nil
local mapParts = {}
local player = nil

local keyDownCon = nil
local keyUpCon = nil
local clickCon = nil

local platforming = false

local time = 0

local gaming = true

local head = nil

local left = false
local right = false
local jump = false

local prize = nil
local prizeRegenTimer = 0

local walkCounter = 0
local playerWalkForward = {"32171523","32171543","32171566","32171582","32171594"}
local playerWalkBackward = {"32168430","32168450","32168470","32168483","32168492"}

local playerVelocity = Vector2.new(0,0)

function onEquipped(mouse)

 Tool.Handle.Song:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Jump:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Prize:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Fail:Stop()
 enabled = false

 gui = Tool.GameGui:clone()
 player = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Player
 mapParts = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Map:GetChildren()

 keyDownCon = mouse.KeyDown:connect(onKeyDown)
 keyUpCon = mouse.KeyUp:connect(onKeyUp)
 clickCon = gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.MouseButton1Click:connect(soundChanger)

 if Tool.Handle.Song.Volume == 0 then
  gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203595"
 else
  gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203454"
 end

 head = Tool.Parent:FindFirstChild("Head")

end

Tool.Equipped:connect(onEquipped)

function onUnequipped()

 gaming = false
 head.Anchored = false

 Tool.Handle.Song:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Jump:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Prize:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Fail:Stop()

 game.Workspace.CurrentCamera.CameraType = 5
 gui:remove()

 keyDownCon:disconnect()
 keyUpCon:disconnect()
 clickCon:disconnect()
 clickCon = nil
 keyDownCon = nil
 keyUpCon = nil

end

Tool.Unequipped:connect(onUnequipped)

local enabled = false

function onActivated()

 if enabled then return end

 enabled = true

 game.Workspace.CurrentCamera.CameraType = 1
 head.Anchored = true
 prize = nil
 prizeRegenTimer = 0
 time = 0
 gui.Parent = game.Players:GetPlayerFromCharacter(Tool.Parent).PlayerGui

 Tool.Handle.Song:Play()
 
 gameLoop()
 
 Tool.Handle.Song:Stop()
 gui:remove()
 gui = Tool.GameGui:clone()
 clickCon = gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.MouseButton1Click:connect(soundChanger)
 if Tool.Handle.Song.Volume == 0 then
  gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203595"
 else
  gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203454"
 end
 player = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Player
 mapParts = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Map:GetChildren()
 game.Workspace.CurrentCamera.CameraType = 5
 head.Anchored = false

 enabled = false

end

Tool.Activated:connect(onActivated)

function soundChanger()

 if gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image == "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203454" then
  gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203595"
  Tool.Handle.Song.Volume = 0
  Tool.Handle.Jump.Volume = 0
  Tool.Handle.Prize.Volume = 0
  Tool.Handle.Fail.Volume = 0
 else
  gui.Cabinet.SoundOnOff.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32203454"
  Tool.Handle.Song.Volume = 0.5
  Tool.Handle.Jump.Volume = 0.5
  Tool.Handle.Prize.Volume = 0.5
  Tool.Handle.Fail.Volume = 0.5
 end

end

function onKeyDown(key)

 key:lower()
 if key == "a" then
  left = true
  right = false
 elseif key == "d" then
  left = false
  right = true
 elseif key == "w" then
  jump = true
 end

end

function onKeyUp(key)
 
 key:lower()
 if key == "a" then
  left = false
 elseif key == "d" then
  right = false
 elseif key == "w" then
  jump = false
 end

end

function Physics()

 if playerVelocity.y < 8 then
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x,playerVelocity.y + 1)
 end
 if playerVelocity.y > 1 then
  platforming = false
 end
 local enemies = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Enemies:GetChildren()
 for i = 1, #enemies do
  enemies[i].Position = UDim2.new(0,enemies[i].Position.X.Offset,0,enemies[i].Position.Y.Offset + 5)
 end

end

function Touching(a,b)
 local ap = Vector2.new(a.Position.X.Offset, a.Position.Y.Offset)
 local as = Vector2.new(a.Size.X.Offset, a.Size.Y.Offset)
 local bp = Vector2.new(b.Position.X.Offset, b.Position.Y.Offset)
 local bs = Vector2.new(b.Size.X.Offset, b.Size.Y.Offset)
 local c = (ap.x + as.x > bp.x) and (bp.x + bs.x > ap.x) and (ap.y + as.y > bp.y) and (bp.y + bs.y > ap.y)
 if c then
  return true
 else
  return false
 end
end


function Collision()

 -- check player against map
 for i = 1, #mapParts do

  if Touching(mapParts[i],player) then

   if player.Position.X.Offset < mapParts[i].Position.X.Offset and not platforming then
    player.Position = UDim2.new(0, mapParts[i].Position.X.Offset - player.Size.X.Offset,0,player.Position.Y.Offset)
    playerVelocity = Vector2.new(0,playerVelocity.y)
   elseif player.Position.X.Offset + player.Size.X.Offset > mapParts[i].Position.X.Offset + mapParts[i].Size.X.Offset and not platforming then
    player.Position = UDim2.new(0, mapParts[i].Position.X.Offset + mapParts[i].Size.X.Offset,0,player.Position.Y.Offset)
    playerVelocity = Vector2.new(0,playerVelocity.y)
   else
    if player.Position.Y.Offset > mapParts[i].Position.Y.Offset then
     playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x,10)
     platforming = false
    elseif player.Position.Y.Offset + player.Size.Y.Offset > mapParts[i].Position.Y.Offset then
     platforming = true
     playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x,0)
    end
   end

  end

 end—check enemies against map, player
 local enemies = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Enemies:GetChildren()
 for i = 1, #enemies do
  for j = 1, #mapParts do
   if Touching(mapParts[j],enemies[i]) then
    enemies[i].Position = UDim2.new(0,enemies[i].Position.X.Offset,0,mapParts[j].Position.Y.Offset - enemies[i].Size.Y.Offset)
   end
  end
  if enemies[i].Position.X.Offset > 384 or enemies[i].Position.X.Offset < 0  then
   if enemies[i].Position.Y.Offset > 230 then
    enemies[i]:remove()
   else
    enemies[i].Left.Value = not enemies[i].Left.Value
   end
  end
  if Touching(enemies[i],player) then
   gaming = false
  end
  end—check game bounds
 if player.Position.X.Offset < 0 then
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(0,playerVelocity.y)
  player.Position = UDim2.new(0,0,0,player.Position.Y.Offset)
 elseif player.Position.X.Offset > 384 then
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(0,playerVelocity.y)
  player.Position = UDim2.new(0,384,0,player.Position.Y.Offset)
 end

 if player.Position.Y.Offset < 0 then
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x,0)
  player.Position = UDim2.new(0,player.Position.X.Offset,0,0)
 end—check player against prize
 if prize ~= nil and Touching(player,prize) then
  time = time + 100
  Tool.Handle.Prize:Play()
  prize:remove()
  prize = nil
  prizeRegenTimer = math.random(180,360)
 end

end

function updatePlayerPos()

 if math.abs(playerVelocity.x) > 4 then
  if playerVelocity.x  < 0 then 
   playerVelocity = Vector2.new(-4,playerVelocity.y)
  else
   playerVelocity = Vector2.new(4,playerVelocity.y)
  end
 end
 player.Position = UDim2.new(0,player.Position.X.Offset + playerVelocity.x,0,player.Position.Y.Offset + playerVelocity.y)
 playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x * 0.5,playerVelocity.y * 0.9)

end

function Controls()

 if left then
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x - 3,playerVelocity.y)
 elseif right then
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x + 3,playerVelocity.y)
 end
 if jump and platforming then
  jump = false
  platforming = false
  Tool.Handle.Jump:Play()
  playerVelocity = Vector2.new(playerVelocity.x,playerVelocity.y - 20)
 end

end

function walkAnimation(forward)

 walkCounter = walkCounter + 1
 if walkCounter > 8 then
  walkCounter = 1
 end

 local playIndex = walkCounter
 if walkCounter == 4 then
  playIndex = 2
 elseif walkCounter == 5 then
  playIndex = 1
 elseif walkCounter == 6 then
  playIndex = 4
 elseif walkCounter == 7 then
  playIndex = 5
 elseif walkCounter == 8 then
  playIndex = 4
 end

 if forward then
  player.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=" .. playerWalkForward[playIndex]
 else
  player.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=" .. playerWalkBackward[playIndex]
 end

end

local forward = true
function animation()
 
 if playerVelocity.x > 1 then
  forward = true
  walkAnimation(forward)
 elseif playerVelocity.x < -1 then
  forward = false
  walkAnimation(forward)
 elseif forward then
  player.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=" .. playerWalkForward[1]
  walkCounter = 1
 else
  player.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=" .. playerWalkBackward[1]
  walkCounter = 1
 end

end

local left = true
function spawnEnemy()

 local enemy = Instance.new("ImageLabel")
 enemy.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32183056"
 enemy.Size = UDim2.new(0,16,0,16)
 enemy.BackgroundTransparency = 1
 enemy.BorderSizePixel = 0
 enemy.ZIndex = 2
 if left then
  enemy.Position = UDim2.new(0,0,0,0)
 else
  enemy.Position = UDim2.new(0,380,0,0)
 end
 enemy.Name = "Enemy"
 enemy.Parent = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Enemies

 local leftDirection = Instance.new("BoolValue")
 leftDirection.Name = "Left"
 leftDirection.Value = not left
 leftDirection.Parent = enemy

 left = not left

end

local spawned = false
local maxEnemies = 0
function updateEnemies()

 maxEnemies = 4 + (time/900)
 local enemies = gui.Cabinet.Screen.Enemies:GetChildren()
 if #enemies < maxEnemies and not spawned then
  spawned = true
  spawnEnemy()
  local co = coroutine.create(function()
   wait(math.random(1,3))
   spawned = false
  end)
  coroutine.resume(co)
 end
 for i = 1, #enemies do

  if enemies[i].Left.Value then
   enemies[i].Position = UDim2.new(0,enemies[i].Position.X.Offset - 3,0,enemies[i].Position.Y.Offset)
  else
   enemies[i].Position = UDim2.new(0,enemies[i].Position.X.Offset + 3,0,enemies[i].Position.Y.Offset)
  end

 end

end

function updatePrize()
 if prizeRegenTimer > 0 then
  prizeRegenTimer = prizeRegenTimer - 1
  return
 end
 if prize ==  nil then
  prize = Instance.new("ImageLabel")
  prize.Name = "Prize"
  prize.Size = UDim2.new(0,24,0,24)
  prize.Image = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=32190862"
  prize.BackgroundTransparency = 1
  prize.BorderSizePixel = 0
  prize.Parent = gui.Cabinet.Screen

  local pos = math.random(1,4)
  if pos == 1 then prize.Position = UDim2.new(0,24,0,120)
  elseif pos == 2 then prize.Position = UDim2.new(0,350,0,120)
  elseif pos == 3 then prize.Position = UDim2.new(0,350,0,230)
  else prize.Position = UDim2.new(0,24,0,230) end   
 end
end

function gameOver()

 Tool.Handle.Song:Stop()
 Tool.Handle.Fail:Play()
 wait(1)
 if gui:FindFirstChild("Cabinet") then
  gui.Cabinet:remove()
 end
 local scoreFrame = gui:FindFirstChild("ScoreFrame")
 if scoreFrame then
  scoreFrame.BackgroundTransparency = 0.2
 end
 while scoreFrame do
  gui.ScoreFrame.Position = UDim2.new(0.5,gui.ScoreFrame.Position.X.Offset,0.5,gui.ScoreFrame.Position.Y.Offset - 3)
  if gui.ScoreFrame.Position.Y.Offset <= 0 then wait(3) return end
  wait()
 end

end

function gameLoop()

 animTimer = 0
 gaming = true
 while gaming do
  Physics()
  Collision()
  Controls()
  updatePlayerPos()
  updateEnemies()
  updatePrize()
  time = time + 0.05
  animTimer = animTimer + 1
  if animTimer == 3 then
   animation()
   animTimer = 0
  end
  gui.ScoreFrame.Score.Text = tostring(math.floor(time))
  wait(0.03)
 end
 if head.Anchored then
  gameOver()
 end

end



Thought that was hard? Oh boy, just wait until you see the GUIs!

Step 4: GameGui and ScoreFrame.

Add a ScreenGui and name it GameGui. Then, add a Frame and call it ScoreFrame. In ScoreFrame, add an ImageLabel (do not change the name) and a TextLabel. Change the TextLabel to Score. For ScoreFrame, here's the changed stats.

  • BackgroundColor3: 51, 102, 255
  • BackgroundTransparency: 1
  • Position: {0.5, -100}, {0.5, 150}
  • Size: {0, 200}, {0, 50}
  • ZIndex: 2

For ImageLabel:

And for Score:

  • BackgroundColor3: 0; 255; 255
  • BackgroundTransparency: 1
  • BorderSizePixel: 0
  • Position: {0, 130}, {0, 0}
  • Size: {0, 70}, {0, 50}
  • ZIndex: 3

You thought that was hard? Just wait until you add Cabinet and all of its children.

(ADDING THE REST LATER)


Tutorial 4: Making a Sword

This is ColorfulBrendon(Wiki: ColorfulBrendonROBLOX)'s tutorial on how to make your own sword. Maybe someday it will be published as a catalog gear!


Start off spawning a regular brick. Name it "Handle" and resize it to how you want it. Then go to "Workspace" in the window with Explorer and Properties, as these two windows will be required to accomplish your task, and once Workspace is selected, go to "Insert" and select Object. Afterwards you need to select Tool. Name it Sword with Properties and on Explorer, drag your item now named Handle into your item now named Sword. You may Rename sword to whatever you wish, however Handle is important. Now, the game designers of ROBLOX are trying to delete every possible TouchInterest Creator. So, go to Free Models and get a basic build tool of the Administrators' creation. Drag Tool is basic. Open up the "+" in the Drag Tool, select "TouchInterest" click "Copy" and then "Paste" it into the "Handle" of your sword. In Handle insert a SpecialMesh. This is how to make Head appearances, or how to make it so you can make a mesh freely. Copy and paste this into your mesh


rbxasset://fonts/sword.mesh

Now all you have to do is texture it! The BASIC sword mesh is this ID

rbxasset://textures/SwordTexture.png

I will show you what it looks like in a Photo.

Sword texture Save this to your computer and edit it with an image editing program. You can see the editor I will make the ENTIRE image white to make a "Lightheart"

Sword texture - Copyfront and back of the handle, the sword's blade, the upper handle, all the detail and designs in the handle, etc.

The "Darkheart" is famous. All it is, would be black. So in my image I am making the entire thing white for, a "Lightheart." Sword texture - CopyYou can't see the image because that, it's white. Now to finish off this section of the sword making process, I must show you how to make your new texture exist.

Upload it to your Decals by doing the following

  1. Go to My ROBLOX
  2. Go to Profile
  3. Go to Stuff
  4. Go to Decals
  5. Click Create
  6. Click Choose File
  7. Select your desired photo
  8. Click Create Decal
  9. Wait for it to be approved. (Wait Time: 1–45 minutes depending on the decal)
  10. If it is not completed within 45 minutes your decal has not been approved.

Now spawn a Brick

On that brick, paste your Decal. Now in Explorer there is now a Decal underneath where it says Part.

In Properties you can see it has an ID. Copy and paste the ID into the TextureID in your sword. Okay so we have a sword looking item that you can pick up but what about the scripts?

Insert a "Script" and "LocalScript" into your Sword (Not the handle)

Let's start with this one:

Script (Rename "Sword Script")

game:service("RunService") local damage = 5 --Edit this to determine your sword's damage when you walk up to a person with it equipped. ~Color local slash_damage = 10—Edit this to determine your sword's damage when you click it at a person. ~Colorlocal lunge_damage = 30—Edit this to determine your sword's damage when you click it enough times to stab with it in the air. ~Color sword = script.Parent.HandleTool = script.Parent local SlashSound = Instance.new("Sound")SlashSound.SoundId = "rbxasset://sounds\\swordslash.wav"SlashSound.Parent = swordSlashSound.Volume = .7 local LungeSound = Instance.new("Sound")LungeSound.SoundId = "rbxasset://sounds\\swordlunge.wav"LungeSound.Parent = swordLungeSound.Volume = .6 local UnsheathSound = Instance.new("Sound")UnsheathSound.SoundId = "rbxasset://sounds\\unsheath.wav"UnsheathSound.Parent = swordUnsheathSound.Volume = 1 function blow(hit)if (hit.Parent == nil) then return end -- happens when bullet hits sword (Don't Edit) local humanoid = hit.Parent:findFirstChild("Humanoid")local vCharacter = Tool.Parentlocal vPlayer = game.Players:playerFromCharacter(vCharacter)local hum = vCharacter:findFirstChild("Humanoid") -- non-nil if tool held by a character (Don't Edit)if humanoid~=nil and humanoid ~= hum and hum ~= nil then—final check, make sure sword is in-hand (Don't Edit) local right_arm = vCharacter:FindFirstChild("Right Arm")if (right_arm ~= nil) thenlocal joint = right_arm:FindFirstChild("RightGrip")if (joint ~= nil and (joint.Part0 == sword or joint.Part1 == sword)) thentagHumanoid(humanoid, vPlayer)humanoid:TakeDamage(damage)wait(1)untagHumanoid(humanoid)endend endend function tagHumanoid(humanoid, player)local creator_tag = Instance.new("ObjectValue")creator_tag.Value = playercreator_tag.Name = "creator"creator_tag.Parent = humanoidend function untagHumanoid(humanoid)if humanoid ~= nil thenlocal tag = humanoid:findFirstChild("creator")if tag ~= nil thentag.Parent = nilendendend function attack()damage = slash_damageSlashSound:play()local anim = Instance.new("StringValue")anim.Name = "toolanim"anim.Value = "Slash"anim.Parent = Toolend function lunge()damage = lunge_damage LungeSound:play() local anim = Instance.new("StringValue")anim.Name = "toolanim"anim.Value = "Lunge"anim.Parent = Tool force = Instance.new("BodyVelocity")force.velocity = Vector3.new(0,10,0) --Tool.Parent.Torso.CFrame.lookVector * 80 (Don't Edit)force.Parent = Tool.Parent.Torsowait(.25)swordOut()wait(.25)force.Parent = nilwait(.5)swordUp() damage = slash_damageend function swordUp()Tool.GripForward = Vector3.new(-1,0,0)Tool.GripRight = Vector3.new(0,1,0)Tool.GripUp = Vector3.new(0,0,1)end function swordOut()Tool.GripForward = Vector3.new(0,0,1)Tool.GripRight = Vector3.new(0,-1,0)Tool.GripUp = Vector3.new(-1,0,0)end function swordAcross()-- parryend Tool.Enabled = truelocal last_attack = 0function onActivated() if not Tool.Enabled thenreturnend Tool.Enabled = false local character = Tool.Parent;local humanoid = character.Humanoidif humanoid == nil thenprint("Humanoid not found")return end t = r.Stepped:wait() if (t - last_attack < .2) thenlunge()elseattack()end last_attack = t --wait(.5) (Don't Edit) Tool.Enabled = trueend function onEquipped()UnsheathSound:play()end script.Parent.Activated:connect(onActivated)script.Parent.Equipped:connect(onEquipped) connection = sword.Touched:connect(blow) --ONCE YOU HAVE THIS IN A SCRIPT, ONLY EDIT THE PARTS THAT SAY YOU CAN!

Congratulations, you just made a sword!


How to make Custom Message-Spawning Buttons

By now you should have lots of great gears in your workspace. Want to make a clickable button to make you sound professional to go with it? To make you look just THAT much more impressive? Well, if you do, just read this!


I'm sure some time or another you used or saw someone use In-Game admin, right? h/ or m/? Sorry, there's no l/ that makes a Low text. H isn't high and M isn't middle.

They actually mean Message and Hint. As ReloRelo warned you at the beginning, you probably know this is 5/5 on the Hardness scale meaning you are likely to know how to make one of those models with a hint at the top saying "The Maker of this Map thanks (username) for..." or "Welcome to (place) by (username)" or something like that.

Those are easy to make and I don't want to waste your time with 1/5 on the hardness scale.

Steps:

  1. Spawn a brick
  2. Add a Click Detector
  3. Prepare for the scripts that go in the button!


debounce = false function onClicked()if debounce == false thendebounce = truelocal m = Instance.new("Message")m.Parent = game.Workspacem.Text = "My text here"—Your text goes in the ""s.wait(5) --In five seconds your text vanishesm.Text = "My text here too."—After 5 seconds it switched over to this text.wait(180) --In three minutes your text vanishesm.Text = "Hopefully by now you..."wait(5)m.Text = "...get the pattern?" --I hope you understand it. Not to hard to learn once you have the script.wait (5) --Enjoy! ~Color m:Remove()debounce = false endend script.Parent.ClickDetector.MouseClick:connect(onClicked)

Tutorial 5: Trowel

A84hg here, and this is my first tutorial on how to make a custom trowel. This is on 3. (Medium).

The beginning

First of all, insert a tool, and drag it into the StarterPack. Name it whatever you want. (A84hg's Quality Trowel) for example.

Then, add two scripts into the tool. Name one "BrickCleanup", and name the other "WallMaker".

BrickCleanup

For the BrickCleanup script, add this:

wait(24)

script.Parent.Parent = nil

WallMaker

For the WallMaker script, add this:

local wallHeight = 4

local brickSpeed = 0.04

local wallWidth = 12


local Tool = script.Parent



-- places a brick at pos and returns the position of the brick's opposite corner

function placeBrick(cf, pos, color)

local brick = Instance.new("Part")

brick.BrickColor = color

brick.CFrame = cf * CFrame.new(pos + brick.Size / 2)

script.Parent.BrickCleanup:Clone().Parent = brick—attach cleanup script to this brick

brick.BrickCleanup.Disabled = false

brick.Parent = game.Workspace

brick:MakeJoints()

return  brick, pos +  brick.Size

end


function buildWall(cf)


local color = BrickColor.random()

local bricks = {}


assert(wallWidth>0)

local y = 0

while y < wallHeight do

local p

local x = -wallWidth/2

while x < wallWidth/2 do

local brick

brick, p = placeBrick(cf, Vector3.new(x, y, 0), color)

x = p.x

table.insert(bricks, brick)

wait(brickSpeed)

end

y = p.y

end


return bricks


end



function snap(v)

if math.abs(v.x)>math.abs(v.z) then

if v.x>0 then

return Vector3.new(1,0,0)

else

return Vector3.new(-1,0,0)

end

else

if v.z>0 then

return Vector3.new(0,0,1)

else

return Vector3.new(0,0,-1)

end

end

end



Tool.Enabled = true

function onActivated()


if not Tool.Enabled then

return

end


Tool.Enabled = false


local character = Tool.Parent;

local humanoid = character.Humanoid

if humanoid == nil then

print("Humanoid not found")

return 

end


local targetPos = humanoid.TargetPoint

local lookAt = snap( (targetPos - character.Head.Position).unit )

local cf = CFrame.new(targetPos, targetPos + lookAt)


Tool.Handle.BuildSound:play()


buildWall(cf)


wait(5)


Tool.Enabled = true

end


script.Parent.Activated:connect(onActivated)

Thought that was it? Well, you're wrong! Then, add a LocalScript, insert it into the tool, and name it Local Gui.

Local Gui

Add this in the LS:

local Tool = script.Parent;

enabled = true

function onButton1Down(mouse)

if not enabled then

return

end

enabled = false

mouse.Icon = "rbxasset://textures\\ArrowFarCursor.png"

wait(5)

mouse.Icon = "rbxasset://textures\\ArrowCursor.png"

enabled = true

end

function onEquippedLocal(mouse)

if mouse == nil then

print("Mouse not found")

return

end

mouse.Icon = "rbxasset://textures\\ArrowCursor.png"

mouse.Button1Down:connect(function() onButton1Down(mouse) end)

end

Tool.Equipped:connect(onEquippedLocal)

Handle, Sounds, and Mesh

Afterward, insert a brick, and name it Handle.

Insert a sound into the handle, and name it BuildSound. You can give it any sound ID, but bass.wav is recommended. Then, give it a mesh. Give it the Mesh ID rbxasset://fonts/trowel.mesh, and the Texture ID rbxasset://textures/TrowelTexture.png

Test it, and you're done making your very own trowel!

This is A84hg, signing off.

Tutorial 6: Timebomb

Well hello there. I'm A84hg, back with another tutorial for custom gear. This time, we bring you the TIMEBOMB! KABOOM! Difficulty: 3 (Medium)

The beginning

Insert a tool, and drag it into the StarterPack. Name it whatever you like, like A BOMB!

Then insert two scripts. Name one Bomb, and name the other PlantBomb.

Bomb

Put this in Bomb.

local updateInterval = .4

local currentColor = 1

local colors = {26, 21}

local ticksound = Instance.new("Sound")

ticksound.SoundId = "rbxasset://sounds\\clickfast.wav"

ticksound.Parent = script.Parent

function update()

updateInterval = updateInterval * .9

script.Parent.BrickColor = BrickColor.new(colors[currentColor])

currentColor = currentColor + 1

if (currentColor > 2) then currentColor = 1 end

end

function blowUp()

local sound = Instance.new("Sound")

sound.SoundId = "rbxasset://sounds\\Rocket shot.wav"

sound.Parent = script.Parent

sound.Volume = 1

sound:play()

explosion = Instance.new("Explosion")

explosion.BlastRadius = 12

explosion.BlastPressure = 1000000

local creator = script.Parent:findFirstChild("creator")

if creator ~= nil then

explosion.Hit:connect(function(part, distance) onPlayerBlownUp(part, distance, creator) end)

end

explosion.Position = script.Parent.Position

explosion.Parent = game.Workspace

script.Parent.Transparency = 1

end

function onPlayerBlownUp(part, distance, creator)

if part.Name == "Head" then

local humanoid = part.Parent.Humanoid

tagHumanoid(humanoid, creator)

end

end

function tagHumanoid(humanoid, creator)

if creator ~= nil then

local new_tag = creator:clone()

new_tag.Parent = humanoid

end

end

function untagHumanoid(humanoid)

if humanoid ~= nil then

local tag = humanoid:findFirstChild("creator")

if tag ~= nil then

tag.Parent = nil

end

end

end

while updateInterval > .1 do

wait(updateInterval)

update()

ticksound:play()

end

blowUp()

wait(2)

script.Parent:remove()

PlantBomb

Put this in PlantBomb:

local bombScript = script.Parent.Bomb

local Tool = script.Parent

local Bomb = Tool.Handle

function plant()

local bomb2 = Instance.new("Part")

local vCharacter = Tool.Parent

local vPlayer = game.Players:playerFromCharacter(vCharacter)

local spawnPos = Bomb.Position

bomb2.Position = Vector3.new(spawnPos.x, spawnPos.y+3, spawnPos.z)

bomb2.Size = Vector3.new(2,2,2)

bomb2.BrickColor = BrickColor.new(21)

bomb2.Shape = 0

bomb2.BottomSurface = 0

bomb2.TopSurface = 0

bomb2.Reflectance = 1

bomb2.Name = "TimeBomb"

bomb2.Locked = true

local creator_tag = Instance.new("ObjectValue")

creator_tag.Value = vPlayer

creator_tag.Name = "creator"

creator_tag.Parent = bomb2

bomb2.Parent = game.Workspace

local new_script = bombScript:clone()

new_script.Disabled = false

new_script.Parent = bomb2

end

Tool.Enabled = true

function onActivated()

if not Tool.Enabled then

return

end

Tool.Enabled = false

local character = Tool.Parent;

local humanoid = character.Humanoid

if humanoid == nil then

print("Humanoid not found")

return

end

local targetPos = humanoid.TargetPoint

Bomb.Transparency = 1.0

plant()

wait(6)

Bomb.Transparency = 0.0

Tool.Enabled = true

end

function onUnequipped()

end

Tool.Activated:connect(onActivated)

Tool.Unequipped:connect(onUnequipped)

Local Gui

Then, like in the Trowel tutorial, add a LocalScript, and name it Local Gui.

Put this in Local Gui:

local Tool = script.Parent;

local enabled = true

function onButton1Down(mouse)

if not enabled then

return

end

enabled = false

mouse.Icon = "rbxasset://textures\\ArrowFarCursor.png"

wait(6)

mouse.Icon = "rbxasset://textures\\ArrowCursor.png"

enabled = true

end

function onEquippedLocal(mouse)

if mouse == nil then

print("Mouse not found")

return

end

mouse.Icon = "rbxasset://textures\\ArrowCursor.png"

mouse.Button1Down:connect(function() onButton1Down(mouse) end)

end

Tool.Equipped:connect(onEquippedLocal)

Then, insert a 2x2x2 brick and name it Handle.

Give it the mesh rbxasset://fonts/timebomb.mesh with the texture rbxasset://textures/bombtex.png

Also, give the handle a TouchTransmitter, and name it TouchInterest.

Test it, and you're done!

This is A84hg, signing off.

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