Massively popular with kids but weak in terms of gaming, Roblox presents a dilemma for modern parents. Although arguably educational in nature - and on several fronts - the online user-generated world structure gives way to genuine safety concerns and a whole new way for kids to spend your money.
A popular game that parents love to hate
Massively popular with kids
Unless you live under a rock (or perhaps far from kids), you’ll probably have heard of Roblox, a user-generated gaming platform open to all but aimed at kids aged 8 - 15. For the uninitiated, it’s important to remember that this isn’t a game; it’s a platform that lets you create games or join games that others have created.
Roblox allows you to create games that are limited really only by your imagination. You could make - or join - battles, obstacle courses, racing games, treasure hunts, and more. As games are built by anyone, really, and quite probably children, they’re full of knock-offs of famous games, brands that have nothing to do with the originals, and weird and inane storylines. Admittedly, some fairly decent games also occasionally slip in.
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