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If you have a bit of computer programming knowledge, you can create super cool Roblox scripts with Synapse X.

Registration date
Friday April 3, 2015
Last seen
January 26, 2022

What is Synapse X? Synapse X is an easy-to-use and powerful scripting software. It is generally used to modify Roblox games. Scripts generated by Synapse X may be used to create cheats and to modify features of the game. This is our Synapse X download page.

Key Features

  • Execute Scripts: With Synapse X, Roblox script execution becomes a very easy task. The software lets you inject scripts into your favorite Roblox games, giving you the possibility to modify certain aspects of the game.
  • Create Scripts: You can choose to reuse scripts developed by other Synapse X users, or create your own scripts from scratch, which does require some computer programming knowledge. A good source for ready-to-use Roblox game scripts is Roblox Scripts.

If you are interested in being part of the Synapse X community, you can join the Synapse X Discord server.

Is Synapse X Free?

No, there is no such thing as a free-to-use version of Synapse X. You can get yourself a Synapse X license for $15 (when paying with cryptocoins) or $20 (through PayPal).

Is Synapse X Safe?

Yes, Synapse X is a completely safe tool. However, your anti-virus software may block the application due to suspicious activity. This is because Synapse X uses scripting techniques that are also used by malware and other malicious programs. This article shows you how to whitelist Synapse X in Windows Defender and other anti-virus software.

Before you start using Synapse X, we recommend you to carefully read the Terms of usage.

System Requirements

Synapse X is only available on Windows operating systems. In order to run the app, you will need Windows 7 or newer and at least 4 GB RAM memory.

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