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Super Nostalgia Zone is a Roblox game developed by CloneTrooper1019. It simulates the older game engine of Roblox, mainly focusing on the 2006-2008 era with a few extra bits and pieces from 2009–2010. Super Nostalgia Zone features 31 old Roblox games, with more coming soon.
The game allows the player to wear old shirts, pants, faces, T-shirts, and hats with the in-game currency "Tix". Tix is earned daily in amounts of 10, which is very similar to how Tix functioned.
Four special hats can be obtained in the game are:
They are earned by completing replicas of old event places from 2008 and 2009 respectively. However, they can only be obtained during October because they are Halloween-themed. (Note: acquiring these hats will only give you them in-game, meaning it doesn't give you these items on the Roblox site.)
List of Games
This is a list of all the current 29 Super Nostalgia Zone games, in alphabetical order.
- Chaos Canyon
- Community Construction
- Dodge The Teapots of Doom!
- Doomspire Brickbattle
- Glass Houses
- Happy Home In Robloxia!
- Haunted Mansion
- HERE, where the world is quiet
- King of the Hill
- Minigame World
- Mini Robloxia
- Nevermoor's Blight
- Pinball Wizards!
- ROBLOX Bowling Alley
- ROBLOX Halloween Paintball 2009
- ROBLOX Halloween Treasure Hunt 2009
- ROBLOX World Headquarters
- Rocket Arena
- Rocket Fight Advanced
- Santa's Winter Stronghold
- Sunset Plains
- Super Nostalgia Zone Sandbox
- Sword Fights on the Heights IV
- The Undead Coming
- The Underground War
- Ultimate Paintball
- Yorick's Resting Place
- Try to predict where your target is going to go next. While your predictions may not be correct, you can still try again.
- Try to move around a lot so you don't get hit.
- Try to be able to jump and move around while still having accuracy with your shots. This way it can get you more KOs and fewer wipeouts.
- You can still die from getting hit off the map by the ball even if you have the shield.
- If the map is flat enough, try using the trowel to block any incoming superballs. If the map is tilted, the bricks will slide right off.
Chaos Canyon is a game where you have to fight with BrickBattle tools. Unlike most BrickBattle games, the map is larger and has a Wild West theme.
This game is about building structures with tools such as the Move Tool. The map has a blue river.
This game is an original BrickBattle game created by the user ROBLOX.
Dodge The Teapots of Doom!
The aim is to dodge teapots to avoid getting killed. When you complete it, you spawn on a platform.
- There are walls that you can go behind. They're not completely safe, but it's better to be behind them then stay in the open.
- As more people complete it, the difficulty is increased, and the teapots move more erratically.
This is a game where you have to fight the opposing team with BrickBattle tools. There are also turrets to help fight the opposing team.
- The turrets can be destroyed, so stay away from the turrets if an opposing team member is targeting you.
Happy Home In Robloxia
This game is a place where you build around the house. This also used to be the starter house in 2010–14.
This game is similar to other BrickBattle games, but all the tools are more Halloween-themed.
- Use the Halloween themed Jetboots to have less opacity, making it harder for opponents to see you.
King of the Hill
The aim is to capture the hill and become the 'king' by sitting on a chair to get the crown. The king has to throw boulders to stop the other people (peasants) from killing you.
This game is where you play minigames, similar to Person299's Minigames. Examples of minigames are Iceberg Stomp, Race to the Flag and Red VS Blue Soccer.
This game is about exploring 'mini' structures.
This game is about exploring different places, similar to Mini Robloxia.
This game is about fighting opponents with Pinball Guns.
ROBLOX Halloween Treasure Hunt 2009
This game is an event from 2009 where you have to find treasure chests.
Roblox World Headquarters
This game is a BrickBattle game where you have to fight near a fictional Roblox HQ.
This game is another BrickBattle game where you fight with rocket launchers. Jetboots and trowels are also included.
- If a bridge is broken, or you need to get somewhere currently inaccessible, use jetboots.
- Hiding under a bridge is a good strategy if you need to regenerate your health.
Rocket Fight Advanced
This game is similar to Rocket Arena, except you also have a superball and a sword.
- If someone is near the edge of the map, try knocking them off with a superball.
Santa's Winter Stronghold
This game is an event game from 2006. If you are on the Santa team, you have to collect as many presents as possible. If you are the Elves team, you have to fight the Santa team and collect presents.
In this game, you fight with BrickBattle tools over several maps
Sword Fights on the Heights IV
This game is a sword fighting game created by Shedletsky. There are a multitude of swords scattered across the map, and each sword has its perks.
- Use Trampolines to evade your foes.
- Go into a Teleportation Gate or use a Touchstone to warp to safety if you are low on health.
- If you have jetboots and an enemy is chasing you, use the jetboots and hover over them. This strategy also
applies with the Ghostwalker.
The Undead Coming
This game is where the Humans team have to fight the Zombies team using a pistol while the Zombies try to kill the Humans. When a Human dies they respawn on the Zombies team and try to kill off the rest of the Humans.
The Underground War
In this game, you have two tools: the swuvel and the sniper. You have to use these to dig tunnels and fight the opposing team. You also have to try and capture the opponent's flag.
This game is a roleplay game situated in a fictional town called Thrillville.
This game is where you have to fight the opposing team with paintball guns.
- There is a river that loops behind both of the team's bases. Use this to sneak attack the opposing team.
Yorick's Resting Place
This game is similar to the ROBLOX Halloween Treasure Hunt where you can also gain items.
This is where you can buy 'Tix' with real Robux. This will show the prices for buying each amount of 'tix':
|15 Tix||6 ROBUX|
|37 Tix||9 ROBUX|
|75 Tix||22 ROBUX|
|150 Tix||24 ROBUX|
|375 Tix||44 ROBUX|
|1,500 Tix||78 ROBUX|
|3,750 Tix||187 ROBUX|
|7,500 Tix||350 ROBUX|
|15,000 Tix||675 ROBUX|
|37,500 Tix||1,600 ROBUX|
|75,000 Tix||3,100 ROBUX|
|150,000 Tix||6,000 ROBUX|
|375,000 Tix||14,400 ROBUX|
|750,000 Tix||27,500 ROBUX|
|1,000,000 Tix||35,000 ROBUX|
Nostalgia Club is Super Nostalgia Zone's version of Roblox's Builders Club. It costs 500 Robux per 30 days. The description on the game says: "With Nostalgia Club, your daily login is increased to 250 tickets a day, and you get a cool hat to keep! You also receive a complementary 1,000 tickets for free.".
The settings page can change the aesthetics and performance of your Super Nostalgia Zone experience.
This setting will toggle the in-game music.
This option toggles bevels. Bevels were the smooth edges on bricks that were removed in 2013.
Classic Sky Style
This setting toggles the classic, less realistic skybox design.
Click To Move
This setting enables the classic click to move feature, removed in 2012.
30 FPS Cap
This setting limits Super Nostalgia Zone's FPS to 30.
This setting toggles the Follower Camera. The camera will follow your character, as opposed to it being free moving.
This setting reduces particles to improve graphics performance.
This setting toggles pre-2008 explosions, which were simple red spheres.
Tool Equip Sound Bug
This setting toggles the old sound bug that would occur whenever a sword was equipped.
Turn shadows on or off.
The stats page shows how many knock-outs, and wipeouts you have. It also shows your knockout/wipeout ratio, how much badges you have, how many places you've visited, and how much friends you have encountered in games. Lastly, it shows the badges you have and don't have, as well as their descriptions.
Description: "This badge is given to any players who has proven their combat abilities by accumulating 10 victories in battle. Players who have this badge are not complete newbies and know how to handle there weapons."
Description: "This badge is given to the warriors of Robloxia, who have time and time again overwhelmed their foes in battle. To earn this badge, you must rack up 100 knockouts. Anyone with this badge knows what to do in a fight!"
The avatar page will allow you to change your body color by clicking on the part you want to change. You can also wear any T-shirt, by putting in the AssestId of the T-shirt, image, or decal. There are also some pre assorted T-shirts.
The Catalog page is right below the avatar page. You can browse and buy various hats, shirts, pants, and faces. You can also search for the said items using the search bar.
The following table will show the list of hats and their prices.
|2008 Roblox Visor||8 Tix|
|2007 Roblox Visor||8 Tix|
|Blue Winter Cap||29 Tix|
|Kitty Ears||30 Tix|
|Mouse Ears||30 Tix|
|Chef Hat||35 Tix|
|Firefighter Helmet||40 Tix|
|Stage Prop||50 Tix|
|Paper Bag||60 Tix|
|Red Baseball Cap||60 Tix|
|Little Fluffy Cloud||85 Tix|
|Astronaut Helmet||115 Tix|
|Ninja Mask of Shadows||120 Tix|
|Game Input Device||125 Tix|
|Target Hat||150 Tix|
|Lavender Baseball Cap||150 Tix|
|Brickasaw Headband||160 Tix|
|Blue Baseball Cap||240 Tix|
|Satellite Dish||325 Tix|
|Cheese Hat||350 Tix|
|Picnic Hat||390 Tix|
|Superbrick Visor||400 Tix|
|Monstars Visor||400 Tix|
|Blue Snipers Visor||400 Tix|
|Roblox Rogues Visor||400 Tix|
|Question Mark||420 Tix|
|Wizard's Hat||500 Tix|
|Vegetable Hat||500 Tix|
|Arrow Hat||670 Tix|
|Green Baseball Cap||750 Tix|
|The Agonizingly Ugly Yellow Baseball Cap||750 Tix|
|Native American Headdress||760 Tix|
|Police Cap||770 Tix|
|Emerald Eye||850 Tix|
|Thunderstorm Hat||860 Tix|
|Biology Textbook||900 Tix|
|Chemistry Textbook||900 Tix|
|Straw Hat||980 Tix|
|Traffic Cone||1,000 Tix|
|Hunting Hat||1,050 Tix|
|Princess Hat||1,090 Tix|
|Red Stetson||1,150 Tix|
|LOL Sign||1,200 Tix|
|Viking Helm||1,250 Tix|
|Teakettle Hat||1,337 Tix|
|Fruit Hat||1,500 Tix|
|Police Sergeants Cap||2,000 Tix|
|Striped Hat||2,050 Tix|
|Brown Cowboy Hat||2,140 Tix|
|Bunny Ears||2,420 Tix|
|Italian Ski Cap||3,000 Tix|
|Tan Stetson||3,540 Tix|
|Navy Captain Hat||4,050 Tix|
|Golden Crown||5,000 Tix|
|Jester's Cap||5,950 Tix|
|Coif of Glory||9,500 Tix|
|Got Milk Visor||10,000 Tix|
|Teapot Hat||13,337 Tix|
|White Cowboy Hat||14,000 Tix|
|Pirate Captain's Hat||20,000 Tix|
|The Void Star||20,000 Tix|
|Kaiser Helm||27,500 Tix|
|Valkyrie Helm||30,000 Tix|
|Clockwork's Headphones||33,920 Tix|
|Purple Banded Top Hat||50,000 Tix|
|The Crimson Catseye||50,000 Tix|
|JJ5x5's White Top Hat||100,000 Tix|
|Happy 100K Day||100,000 Tix|
|Ninja Mask of Awesome||150,000 Tix|
|The Bluesteel Bathelm||250,000 Tix|
|The Ice Crown||250,000 Tix|
|The Agonizingly Ugly Bucket of Doom||300,000 Tix|
|Sparkle Time Fedora||500,000 Tix|
|The Kleos Aphthiton||750,000 Tix|
|Domino Crown||1,000,000 Tix|
The following table will show the shirts and their prices.
|White Shirt||20 Tix|
|Bone Armor||100 Tix|
|Stanford Sweatshirt||125 Tix|
|Battle Shirt of Awesomeness||200 Tix|
|Nuke the Whales||250 Tix|
|Spartan Armor||250 Tix|
|Emerald Armor||250 Tix|
The following table will show the list of pants and their prices.
|Bone Armor||100 Tix|
|Grey Wizard Robes||125 Tix|
|Battle Pants of Awesomeness||200 Tix|
|Emerald Armor||250 Tix|
|Red Wizard Robes||250 Tix|
|Twisted Metal||300 Tix|
|Dark Armor||300 Tix|
The following table will show the list of faces and their prices.
|It's Go Time!||1500|
|I Am Not Amused||2500|
|Emotionally Distressed Zombie||20000|
The Games page shows all of the available games, as well as how many players there are, and how much servers are active. It also gives you the option to create a solo server that friends can also join which is very similar to VIP Servers except in the older versions of Roblox.
The Friends page shows what your friends are playing. (Only if your friends are currently playing Super Nostalgia Zone.)
- What was it like developing Super Nostalgia Zone?
- What challenges did you have to overcome while developing? What was the most challenging?
- Ironically enough, the challenges I ran into revolved around accurately replicating how gimicky and awkward Roblox felt to play back then. Super Nostalgia Zone's mechanics clash heavily with Roblox's more modern polish, and a lot of the time I found myself having to reimplement lots of features and mechanics that either no longer existed on Roblox, or no longer behaved like they used to. The key focus for me was accuracy and attention to detail. I tried to replicate every minor quirk and feature I could observe, striking a balance between authenticity and user experience. Every feature and mechanic in the game has a meticulous amount of detail put into it. From accurately emulating how the old character animations felt, to the explosion and forcefield effects, the user interface, camera, controls, cylinders, humanoids, lens flares and skybox, really everything in the game is something that I put a lot of attention to detail into, and I'm quite satisfied with how everything has turned out.
- The biggest challenge by far was the restoration of Roblox's bevel feature. This is something that I introduced fairly recently, and it required me to do things that I feel confident saying no Roblox developer has ever had to deal with. I wrote an external program that would procedurally generate bevel meshes for me, and these meshes would be turned into MeshParts which I would then batch into .rbxm files that I could load into Roblox Studio. Bricks in the game are swapped out at runtime with these bevel parts, so I had to adjust a lot of existing code in the game to compensate for these new constraints.
- I ended up adding write support to a C# library I had written earlier in the year to accomplish the automation of this task. There were a few other attempts I made prior to arriving at the procedurally generated MeshPart solution (such as utilizing the in-game CSG API and having a custom LOD system written in Lua) but I'll spare you the details as it would take up several more paragraphs for me to explain all the hiccups and issues I ran into getting this all to work. Solving challenges like this is the kind of thing I live for, I love to push boundaries and using newer Roblox technology in ways that were not expected.
- What did you enjoy most while developing Super Nostalgia Zone?
- Is there anything else you'd like to share?