The Roblox Creator Challenge (also known as Jurassic World Creator Challenge) was a Roblox event that started on June 12, 2018 and ended on September 12, 2018. The event lasted for 3 months.
It is sponsored by a film named Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. There was only one game, featuring three prizes for players to obtain. It lasted three months, differing from other events which generally last for only two weeks.
Players were able to learn the basics of creating a game by finishing an obstacle course where the player has to rescue Blue the Velociraptor as the volcano begins erupting, mirroring the plot of the film. They will learn how to playtest, move and modify parts, scripting in Lua, and many more in Roblox Studio. After the lessons, the player must take a quiz to review what they have learned, with 18 questions challenging them.
Finally, the player is expected to create a game. The said player has to create a path for Blue the dinosaur to escape. The event has ended but players could still get into the game to get badges and prizes.
|Jurassic World Headphones||Roblox Creator Challenge||Complete the first lesson, and answer all the questions correctly in lessons 1 and 2.|
|Jurassic World Cap||Roblox Creator Challenge||Complete the second lesson, and answer all the questions correctly in lessons 3 and 4.|
|Jurassic World Backpack||Roblox Creator Challenge||Complete the third lesson, and answer all the questions correctly in lessons 5 and 6.|
|Jurassic World Sunglasses||Enter the promocode "JURASSICWORLD" on https://www.roblox.com/promocodes.|
|Jurassic World Shirt||Free|
Some people have criticised the fact that the event is "too simple and easy" for some players. Players did not have to take the lessons and could answer all the questions by looking at guides or searching them up. Also, the quiz does not provide any penalty for incorrect answers. People also criticised on how the prizes are basic retextures of the headphones, cap, and backpack meshes respectively with the Jurassic World logo added. The retextures have also been done with the Solo sponsored items from the Roblox Battle Arena (2018) event as well as the Incredibles 2 sponsored items fom the Roblox Heroes (2018) event.
- This is the longest event in Roblox history, lasting from June 12 to September 12 (3 months), possibly to give enough time for many people and classes to participate in the game creating challenge.
- This event is very similar to the ROBLOX University 2014 event, in which in that event, users had to learn how to code and then once when they are finished with their lessons, then they would go to a custom game and take the quizzes based on Roblox Studio, and if they had passed, they would be awarded a prize for each quiz.
- Items from this event could still be obtained 2 months after the event officially ended.
- As of 3/14/19 the items are still obtainable. It is unknown if it's intentional or a glitch.