Machine Requirements

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Please see the Hardware page for technical specifics.


Goodblox is made to run on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 machines. Earlier version of Windows may not run Goodblox and are not supported.

It is possible to run Goodblox on non-Windows machines, yet it can be hard. This article explains some of the software to make it possible. ROBLOX is not supported on any OS other than Windows, so if you try to run it on something else we cannot help you with technical issues.


The easiest way to run Goodblox on a Mac is by getting software called VMWare Fusion. You can buy it from a lot of places, including its products page. You can also get a 30-day free trial at its website.


Fusion (or VMWare Fusion) is a software that lets you install Windows on a Mac. While having Fusion installed, and if you have a second monitor plugged into your Mac, you can have Windows on one screen and MacOS on the other. Fusion lets you minimize and maximize Windows' windows to your dock as if they were Mac-Native windows. VMWare Fusion is the best way to go if you want a minimal-to-bug-free-Goodblox, on your Mac.

Other Alternatives

There are other alternatives to Fusion such as BootCamp, and Parallels.


There are 5 main ways that I tell people if they need to run Goodblox (or any Windows application for that matter) on a linux machine. (I got these ideas from a website along time ago).

1.Use an open source alternative instead

2.Buy a commercial product that was designed for Linux

3.Use Wine to run the application in Linux

4.Run Windows in a Virtual Machine

5.Run the application on a remote Windows system