Roblox Kat Codes (2021) don’t exist, but Music ID Codes do

Many have wondered if there are KAT! codes in Roblox and here is where the answer gets tricky: there are music codes in KAT! but there are no secret codes. Yes, there is a difference.  

KAT! Codes - Secret Codes vs. Music ID Codes

KAT! (aka Knife Ability Test) was launched on Jan. 21, 2017 on Roblox. The game rules are simple: kill as many targets and collect as many rubies as possible. Essentially, KAT! is a PvP deathmatch game that consistently adds more weapons and maps into the mix. The game was created by Fierzaa.

Since its release, KAT! consistently sees 10,000+ daily players, 2.2 billion favorites, and 489 million page visits.

We've gathered common questions below that explain where the confusion lies between Secret Codes and Music ID Codes in Roblox KAT! 

What are Game Codes?

Game codes are secret codes created by a Roblox game developer. They are intended to reward players with free items, which typically improve the player experience. Game codes are a feature that game developers may enable or disable. At this time of writing, KAT! does not have the Game codes feature enabled.

What are Music ID Codes?

Music code IDs are ten-digit numerical codes that allow players to listen to their favorite songs while playing Roblox. Music ID Codes are different than Game codes in Roblox.

Many Music code IDs can be found online, however, they expire rather quickly.

Related: Roblox Music ID Codes - Party Girl

How do I use Music ID Codes in KAT?

To use Music ID Codes in KAT! all players must spend 150 Robux on the Radio Pass. The Radio Pass grants each player access to the Radio feature. Unfortunately, it isn't free.

To purchase the Radio Pass, follow these steps:

  • Launch KAT!
  • Press the Shop Button on the left side of the screen.
    • In the new window, press the second Shop button.
  • Scroll down to Extras.
  • The Radio Pass is the first option, available for 150 Robux.

Once the Radio Pass is unlocked, players may enter working Music ID Codes into the in-game Radio.

Check out our separate guide for more information on how to play music in your Roblox games.

Will KAT! have Secret Codes in the future?

Since the game has been out on Roblox for nearly four years, we doubt KAT! will have secret codes for free rewards in the near future.

Game Description & Recent Update

NOVEMBER 2020 LATE HALLOWEEN UPDATE (10/11/2020)

+ New Gamemode, Murder!
+ 3 New Maps! (Hospital, The Office, Studio)
+ A Hidden Exclusive Halloween Knife..
+ Many QoL Changes & Bugfixes.
+ New Taunts, Gear, Pets, and Knives!
+ Shotgun Revolver & Old Halloween Items are on-sale!
.. and more!


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  1. Why is some people makes obtaining radio and playing musics from it cost robux instead of in-game currency?

    1. Not sure an exact reason, it seems to be a common thing across Roblox creators now.