I agree with the previous comments. Music can go a long way!
I like the trees you put in as well as the start of a terrain.
I also like the floating text which says, “Easy and hard obby at 10 likes” (position-wise).
Free models are fine! That’s why they’re able to be used by all creators and that’s why a toolbox exists on the platform.
I recommend either hiring a builder or making the buildings you have more architecturally pleasing. All due respect, they’re kind of bland. The building which houses the statues could look a bit nicer. Maybe a fountain… some water. Just a few ideas I’m throwing out as I write this.
You should look to find more ways to get revenue. The only thing I am currently seeing is a “Your own statue!” GUI. This is one of the ways your game can thrive! Perhaps some gears… a cape…
A leaderboard looks nice on these obbies because it helps players “flex” on others and makes them feel good about themselves. It also encourages players to get higher on the board (If you don’t know how to make one, no problem! YouTube has many tutorials on this).
Feel free to add some more ferns. The terrain also seems a bit bumpy at places and could be smoothened out. As I stated previously, you could include some water. I do admire the fact that you’re trying to give your players a fun environment when they first join.
The text on the arrows (and in the game) could be more pleasing. It either seems too big or is just simply the wrong text for the environment.
Good luck, I can’t wait to see how this turns out!
I have to disagree, Something standardization makes the game better than giving players control. It can also make animations, tools, gameplay, and map design easier and make sure everyone has the same experience.