How to Win in the Most Popular Roblox Squid Game Experiences on BlueStacks
With the massive success and popularity of the Squid Game Netflix show, it was only a matter of time until games inspired by the series started popping up on Roblox. And truly, with a design centered around multiple perilous minigames, the show is practically a perfect fit when translated to the gaming medium. After all, Squid Game is basically like a lethal version of Fall Guys.
There are many different variations of Squid Game experiences on Roblox, most of which share identical names. Moreover, the quality of these games can vary wildly from item to item, which makes finding the best ones a difficult ordeal. Luckily, we’ve put together a list with the top 5 Squid Game Roblox experiences so that you can have tons of fun without having to manually sift through the catalog.
With that being said, this time around, we’re going to show you how to play and win at one of the best Squid Game experiences on Roblox; the aptly named “Squid Game”. In this guide, you’ll find a brief list of tips, tricks, and other information to help you survive rounds and possibly win matches.
Getting Started in Squid Game
The very first thing you need to do before playing is, of course, find the game. You can find it in the catalog using the search function, though it could take a bit of effort since the name is quite generic and many other copycats use very slight variations of it. Just to make sure you have the right one, verify that the game’s image is similar to the one below and that the game’s author is “Trendsetter Games”.
Once you find the game, simply click on the green play button to access the experience and start playing. However, before you actually jump into a match, you need to run towards the door, after which you’ll be given a number and registered to enter as soon as the next match starts. If you don’t get there in time, don’t worry, just go to the door and wait until another match begins.
Surviving the Minigames
As mentioned above, the idea of the minigames is not necessarily to beat other players, but rather to survive. To this end, you must familiarize yourself with the mechanics of each of these. In this section, we’ll be giving an overview of the minigames in Squid Game, and give you a few strategies on how to stay alive.
Green Light, Red Light
Arguably one of the most popular minigames out of all the Squid Game Roblox experiences out there. The objective here is simply to race to the finish line, where a creepy doll is standing. However, when the doll turns around to face the track, you must stop completely, or else you’ll die. A good idea here is to not actually watch the doll itself, but rather pay attention to how the screen blinks whenever a phase transition occurs. In this sense, you’ll be able to react much better.
Keep in mind that, while this is not a race, the players who reach the finish line will usually run back and grief the remaining racers, since they actually gain immunity to the doll after reaching the goal. If you take too long, there’s a good chance that players will run and start shoving you, making it much more difficult to complete the game.
This is a basic cookie-cutting game in which you must trace a line on your cookie to cut it into a specific shape. To do this, simply click and hold, and trace the line along with your cookie. Take care not to go over the edges since this could cause the cookie to break, upon which you’ll automatically lose the game and get sent back to the lobby.
There’s really no strategy here. However, this game is certainly much easier when you play Roblox on PC with BlueStacks, since you’ll be able to use your mouse to trace the cookie, instead of your finger.
Another straightforward game that has players racing across an obstacle course. The idea is to make your way up into the safe zone, while avoiding the water that is rushing into the room. This is because the water is highly toxic and slowly drains your health if you take too long.
Like with the Honey Comb game, there really aren’t any tips or tricks here, other than the fact that it’s much easier when played on BlueStacks, particularly since you can use your mouse and keyboard to accurately run and jump through the obstacle course.
Tug of War
This is arguably one of the most basic games of them all, in which the remaining players are divided into two teams, and the objective is to mash the button that appears on screen to pull the rope, and hopefully cause the other team to fall and get eliminated.
This game can take a toll on your poor mouse if you play on BlueStacks since you need to click very fast to win. However, you can use the Keymapping Tool of our emulator to add a “repeated tap” function to the button, so that you can press it very quickly, without actually having to mash the key.
For us, this is the toughest game of the bunch, mostly because there’s really no way to know which is the right path. The objective here is to jump across the glass panels on the bridge, except the panels consist of two parallel rows, in which one of them is actually fake. Further, there’s no way to know which one is fake, so players often have to take leaps of faith, and if they fall, the others will be the ones who actually benefit from it.
We really don’t know how to win this game other than by sheer luck, so if you have any useful tips, be sure to leave them in the comments section!
Intermissions and Lights Out
Every few games, the players will be taken back to the main lobby for a few minutes, during which the lights will go out and they will be able to attack each other using baseball bats. The idea here is to either defeat the remaining players, or try to survive until the timer runs out.
Regardless of your playstyle, you should always stay on the move during intermissions, since there will always be many players on the hunt to try and eliminate anyone they can during lights out. If you want to join the fight, however, you can click on the baseball bat icon below to equip, and then swing it by clicking on the right side of the screen. If you line your swing just right, you can hit nearby enemies, which will chip away at their HP.
Once a player’s HP drops to 0, they will die and be removed from the match. This can happen to you too, so always be vigilant of nearby enemies. Keep in mind that you can always tell when someone is approaching, even when the lights go out since you can see their nameplates floating in the air.
The “Push” Feature
One last tip we need to discuss in the Squid Game Roblox experience is the “Push” action. This action is available by default at all times, and you can activate it simply by clicking on its icon. You can then use it by clicking on the right side of the screen, similar to how you use the bat.
However, in contrast to the bat, the push doesn’t do any damage, but it momentarily knocks the target down, which can definitely hurt them badly in some games. For example, if used in the Glass Bridge game, you can easily shove someone to their dooms, and the same goes for the Flood Race game. In the Green Light, Red Light game, players who have reached the finish line can run back to the track and shove the players that are still racing, making it much harder for them to reach the finish line.
There are many different uses for the Push action, and you should always try to use it to your advantage in Squid Game. Either for preventing other players from pushing you or for actively trying to make them fail challenges. Remember that a falling player is a helpless one.
And that’s it when it comes to winning at the Squid Game Roblox experience. While there are many ways for you to complete the challenges and survive all the minigames, remember that the most important part of these games is to have fun. To this end, we suggest playing it on PC with BlueStacks to get the very best controls and performance.