What is Roblox?
Roblox is a website/application/service that lets kids make their own video games. They can create them using “blocks” that are like building blocks for games. The website and application are free. The service (where the real money is) is for paying subscribers who get access to all the blocks plus extra blocks that cost money. For example, if a subscriber buys just two blocks, he or she gets to make two different games.
How to play Roblox games?
Kids use a “cursor” to pick things up, move things around, click on buttons, talk to each other, etc. When they are done making their game, they “upload” it to the website and then other people can play it. Who should use Roblox?: Anyone who has kids should seriously consider subscribing to this website/service. It is truly a breakthrough website/service for children. Here’s why: * There are no pop-up ads. EVER! (Well, almost never.) * There are no banner ads. EVER!
How to make money with Roblox?
It’s really simple. Once you become a subscriber, you will get a welcome email from Roblox that includes your “starter kit”. Your starter kit includes several “starting blocks” that you can use to make a simple game. You can sell your game to other people or keep it for yourself and play it over and over. The more complex your game is, the more money you will make. Also, the more people who play your game, the more money you will make. There are several ways you can increase the complexity of your game: * Adding more “starting blocks” to it. * Adding “advanced blocks” that are similar to the “starting blocks” but have additional features. * Adding “specialized blocks” which are similar to the “starting blocks” but do one specific thing better than the others. * Combining several “specialized blocks” into a single “master block”. * Making the game more “fun” for the player by adding “surprises”. * And much more… Remember, the more complex your game, the more money you will make. So, if you are at all interested in this, sign up for Roblox right away. Here’s an interesting fact: