How to Get NoClip in "Roblox"
By Leah Waldron-Gross
Updated September 22, 2017
Created by "Roblox" members, NoClip is a free model (avatar device) that allows a player's avatar to walk through any physical object, such as a wall, in a "Roblox" virtual game or real estate building. Once you have retrieved your free NoClip, you can activate it by placing your avatar in front of the object, selecting "face up" and clicking your mouse or touchpad. For every click of your mouse, you will move through a layer of the physical object.
Log in to your member account from the "Roblox" home page. You will need to be logged in to retrieve the free NoClip.
Click the "catalog" link in the upper toolbar of the "Roblox" home page. In the left-hand catalog search directory, select "public domain" in the "browse" section and "models" in the "category" section. Type in the words "noclip" in the search engine at the top of the catalog page and click the "search" button.
Select the NoClip you would like to purchase from the catalog selection. Click on the individual model to bring up the detail page.
Click on "take one" in the upper right-hand corner of the item detail page. A pop-up window will let you know that the free transaction is complete.
To verify that your NoClip was added to your inventory, click on the "My Roblox" link in the upper toolbar. Select the "Stuff" link in the secondary toolbar and "models" in the left-hand menu.
If you are not logged in to your "Roblox" member account when you take the free NoClip model, you will be redirected back to the "Roblox" home page. Once you have signed in, you will be sent back to the NoClip item detail page.
You must select "model" and "free domain" in the catalog menu when searching for the word "noclip" in the search engine. A NoClip search will not bring in any results in other categories.
Leah Waldron is the head of Traveler Services at First Abroad, a gap year travel company based in Boston and London. As a travel, research and LGBT news writer, Waldron has publication credit on magazines and newspapers including "Curve Magazine," "USA Today," "The Sun Sentinel" and the "The Houston Chronicle." Waldron has a bachelor's and master's degree in creative writing from Florida State University.