WHAT IS THAT?
LuaBox generatate for you script or local script with block
what you only need to do is click on blocks and
you got your code!
Mybe you see better plugins like this but LuaBox Updated all the time
LuaBox also has a ui that can access everything easily
LuaBox has things that others don’t have like FREE CODE which lets you edit your code inside the ui without the need to edit inside the script, it can create both a localscript and a script for you and adapts your code to a script or to a localscript
LuaBox PRO Version
The pro version add A lot of features, one of which is the “fix” button that fixes your script in half a second!
The pro version also adds things like giving a name to the variable that the trial version had to do variable1 variable2…
And he adds a lot of other things and options,
The pro version is now the one that will be constantly updated and the trial version will be left behind because it is a trial version
The idea is cool. But the plugin doesn’t seem to be finished.
As I saw from the video, the UI is confusing and well… ugly.
I haven’t bought the plugin but 160 is WAY too much. (and it is on sale?)
What I see from the video, the plugin is very limited, as it only has 14 “blocks” (also two of them are the same I guess).
I wouldn’t call these “blocks” tho. Because as I see it you can only put them in a list.
Let’s move on to the generated lua code.
First, why is the lua code full of random indentations?
and that wait(0.001) doesn’t make sense and I don’t know why it’s there.
The variable names have no logic. Why is “game.Players” names “pilrs”?
Yea, it’s true, but all times someone put a paid thing on community resources, they get a warning to move it to creations feedback, because paid things can’t get there, and there’s nowhere else to put paid things
This plugin shares some resemblance to the other plugin BlockLua, however there are multiple other variations of the plugin that use scratch-like blocks. If I’m being 100% honest, this plugin does what those free plugins do worse. While I wouldn’t suggest trying to compete with plugins that took possibly hundreds of hours to complete, I do have these suggestions for improvements
Watch UI tutorials to help improve from this bad UI
Use a translator to better translate from your language to English
Make the plugin free to attract users, and when you add more features & overall improvements, charge the minimum fee (R$100) so that it’s fairly priced