Creativity Explosion with

Roblox "Make it Pop"
Game Development Contest

Participate to win Roblox prizes!

The Contest

The Roblox "Make it Pop" Game Development Contest is created to help students discover their passion for computer science and coding. Participate to create your own Roblox universe and to win prizes. Don't just play. Create it!

The Prizes


What Can I Win?

  • Special Roblox Item (a rare item not sold anywhere!)

  • The Official Roblox Guide EBook

  • Roblox Merch

  • Remote Internship at Popfizz


How to Participate

Participation 1
Participation 2

Who can Participate

  • Any student in grades 2-12 (no programming experience needed!)

  • Participate as an individual or a small group (max 4 students)

  • Basic instructions for creating the game is provided to you for free here

Important Dates

  • October 14th, 2021 5 PM PST Contest Webinar [Register]

  • November 1, 2021 Submission Deadline [Submit]

  • November 8, 2021 Winners Announced

Participation 1

Watch the "Make it Pop" Webinar
to learn more about Roblox and the Contest

Contest Submissions

What do I need to submit?
  • The sharable game link

  • A 3-5 minute video that explains how your game works.

What’s required of the game?
  • Your game must be an Obby built from scratch (not from a template)
    The Tutorial course has step by step instructions on how to create this.

What’s required of the video?
  • Your video must be less than 5 minutes long.

  • Introduce the game in your own voice and highlight special features that you created on your own.

  • Submit the link to your video. You can use a free screen recording tool such as Screencastify to record the video and get a share link. You can also upload it to Google Drive and share the link.

Participants will be judged in three separate groups depending on their grade level.
  • Grades 2-4

  • Grades 5-8

  • Grades 9-12

Where and when can I submit?

Submission is due November 1st, 2021 11:59 PM PST

For Parents and Teachers:

Encourage students or your children to participate.

Follow along the tutorial at this course: