Thursday, June 9, 2022

A Gift For A Gamer Dad or Rainy Day Fun For Any Roblox Fan

I received these books from Simon & Shuster for review.  Whether you're looking for a Father's Day gift for your gamer Dad, or just something to keep a Roblox fan occupied on a rainy summer day, these books are perfect choices for any Roblox loving member of your family.

The Advanced Roblox Coding Book:  An Unofficial Guide, Updated Edition ($15.99) by Heath Haskins (a.k.a. CodePrime8) will help you make the most out of your Roblox experience.  It's now updated with new content, including updated avatar customization, movement and animation updates and more!  This book provides next level, beginner friendly guidance for middle grade readers using Roblox Studio and Lua code to create interactive games.  It will teach you where and how to use scripts, how to introduce variables and customize graphic elements and then how to put these skills together into fun and interesting games and experiences.  With examples, step by step instructions and game creation walk-throughs, this book has everything a Roblox creator needs!

The Ultimate Roblox Book:  The Unofficial Guide, Updated Edition ($15.99) by David Jagneaux with Heath Haskins (a.k.a. CodePrime8) is an easy to use guide that will help you to build and create your own Roblox world.  Roblox is the largest user generated online gaming platform that allows users to create and share their own game worlds and gaming creations, and it has taken the digital world by storm.  This book uses updated screenshots and instructions to provide brand new information on game changes and the latest features.  With everything from instructions for playing the games, to tips on creating your own worlds, to the basics of coding, this updated guide gives you all the tools you need to get started.

This is a great way for Dad to spend some quality time with his kids doing something they will all enjoy, so it is a perfect choice for a Father's Day gift.  This is also a fun way to spend a rainy summer day when there's no sunshine to enjoy.

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