Sorry I thought u were new to scripting

It might be worthing using Biezer curves to give your snowballs a nice drop effect.

Heres my Biezer Curve script that I use for making archways and things:

```
--Minis Curve Creating Script (UnderDev)
--https://developer.roblox.com/en-us/articles/Bezier-curves
-- T is a decimal below 1, 1 means curve is completed
--So smaller intervals means more points and smoother creation
--P1 Is midpoint
--P0 and P2 are the start and finish
--Uses Pythag and current position + %Complete
--V1
function lerp(a,b,c)
return a + (b - a) * c
end
--Lerps All the points
function CurvePoint(p0,p1,p2,t)
t = t
--LERP X
Xl1 = lerp(p0.X, p1.X, t)
Xl2 = lerp(p1.X, p2.X, t)
XLerp = lerp(Xl1, Xl2, t)
--LERP Y
Yl1 = lerp(p0.Y, p1.Y, t)
Yl2 = lerp(p1.Y, p2.Y, t)
YLerp = lerp(Yl1, Yl2, t)
--LERP Z
Zl1 = lerp(p0.Z, p1.Z, t)
Zl2 = lerp(p1.Z, p2.Z, t)
ZLerp = lerp(Zl1, Zl2, t)
Pos = Vector3.new(XLerp,YLerp,ZLerp)
return Pos
end
-- Simplify Curve
-- T should usually be 0
function CreateCurve(p0,p1,p2,t,Inc)
Points = {}
t = t
LoopCount = 0
while t < 0.99 do
CurvePoint(p0,p1,p2,t)
Points[LoopCount] = CurvePoint(p0,p1,p2,t)
--Keeps Track Of Progress
LoopCount = LoopCount + 1
t = LoopCount * Inc
end
return Points
end
```