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If you are a player of Roblox, we are sure that you will be familiar with the game of Roblox Piggy. In fact, there is a Piggy movie that you can watch on Netflix. To find out that information, keep reading this text.

Roblox – Piggy Movie

Recently, there are many Roblox players, especially fans of Roblox Piggy who talk about the Roblox Piggy movie. They have already watched the Piggy movie and enjoy the movie. For those who have never watched the Roblox Piggy movie, you are able to watch the movie on Netflix.

For your information, Roblox Piggy movie is directed by Taimullah, and the writer of Roblox Piggy movie is Taimullah too. The genre of Roblox Piggy movie is adventure. If you like this genre, we are sure this movie is the best choice for you.

Piggy Movie Roblox Netflix You Need to Watch,

Detail information:

    • Director: Taimullah
    • Writer: Taimullah
    • Genre: Adventure
    • Release date: June 30, 2020 (United Kingdom)
    • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, Egypt
    • Official site: The official Facebook page
    • Language: English
    • Production company: The Robloxia Movie Creators

Story line of Roblox Piggy movie

For those who have not watched the Roblox Piggy movie yet, you may want to know about the storyline of the Roblox Piggy movie. Here’s a story line from the Roblox Piggy movie: There is a Police Officer who goes to search for The disappearance of George Pig. He discovers monsters in the last seen location, having to save the world and adventuring through many obstacles to discover a way to save every survivor. Roblox Piggy movie is based on the Roblox Game, Piggy.

About the game of Roblox Piggy

About the game of Roblox Piggy

Roblox Piggy game was  created by MiniToon on January 23, 2020. The last update of the game was on July 13, 2021. The server size of the Roblox Piggy game is 6. The game has a horror genre. If you like horror genre, Roblox Piggy can be your best choice for you to play. At this time, you are able to find Roblox Piggy game as Piggy [Book 2] Chapter 9. It has been visited more than 8.8 billion times. Also, the game has been favorited more than 9,5 million times. Roblox Piggy game gives inspiration for other Roblox creators to use the game about character-themed survival horror games.

In Roblox Piggy game, there are some gamepasses  that you are able to buy. Here are those gamepasses:

The cost of the gamepass is 150 Robux. With the gamepass, you will have a double opportunity to be selected as Piggy.

You are able to purchase this gamepass for 300 Robux. With this gamepass, all values of the Piggy Tokens you get are doubled.

Build Map Slot 3 gamepass can be bought by you for 100 Robux. The Map Slot 3 will be able to be used in the build mode with the gamepass.

Build Map Slot 4 is able to be purchased for 100 Robux. With the gamepass, you will be able to use Map Slot 4 in the build mode.

The cost of Build Map Slot 5 gamepass is 100 Robux. With the gamepass, you are going to use Map Slot 5 in the build mode.

The cost of Build Map Slot 6 gamepass is 100 Robux. With the gamepass, you will be able to use Map Slot 6 in the build mode.

Playing Piggy game in Roblox

Do you want to play Roblox Piggy? Before you play the game, make sure that you have already downloaded and installed Roblox on your PC. If you have not installed Roblox, now you are able to download and install it on your PC.

At the first step, you have to access the official site of Roblox. Then, log in to your Roblox account. Make your Roblox account first, if you have not made a Roblox account. Afterwards, you will be able to visit any game. As you want to play Roblox Piggy game, you have to find the game. Next, just click on the green Play button. There will be a pop up window which gives you information that Roblox Player is installing. After Roblox is installed, you are going to view that the game will open automatically. If there is a notification asking you to select a program, you have to choose Roblox and confirm it. If you decide to remember, you will not have to do this action in the future.

Now, you have Roblox on your PC. To play Roblox Piggy, you are able to launch your Roblox. After that, log in to your account. Then, search Piggy games from the search bar. The next step, choose ‘Piggy in Experiences’ and you are going to be given some results related to Piggy games. Please choose Piggy [Book 2] Chapter 9.

Roblox: The Movie

Talking about Roblox Piggy movie, now we will also talk about Roblox: The Movie. Continue reading the following text to get information related to Roblox: The Movie.

Roblox: The Movie is an upcoming 2020 American comedy-drama science fiction action-adventure CGI-animated film. It was produced by DreamWorks Animation, and distributed by Universal Pictures. The movie is based on the world’s most famous video game, Roblox. Also, this movie includes YouTube celebrity, Daniel Middleton. The movie was released on July 17, 2020 for the USA, July 24th, 2020 for Canada, and July 31st, 2020 for Worldwide. Aside from that, this movie is also a part of the RCU (ROBLOX Cinematic Universe).

Roblox: The Movie success at the box office. The movie is one of the highest grossing animated films of all time. DreamWorks Animation makes a franchise with a TV show, and a video game. Then, they announced a sequel titled, Roblox: The Movie 2 that will release in the year of 2023. Also, DreamWorks Animation announced two prequel films: Chad’s Adventure and Builderman: Begins. They announced a third film to the main series which is currently in the works.

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ROBLOX: The Movie
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Genre: Action
Adventure
Comedy
Science fiction
Drama
Directed By: Joel Coward
Produced By: Gina Shay
Written By: Robert Smigel
Based On: ROBLOX
Starring: Oscar Isaac
Chris Evans
Jessica Chastain
Mark Wahlberg
Bill Hader
Ben Schwartz
Steve Carell
Ben Affleck
Daniel Middleton
Mark Ruffalo
Ed Helms
Kevin Hart
Jason Sudeikis
Frank Welker
Max Martini
Elizabeth Banks
Robert Downey Jr.
Tom Hanks
Malin Akerman
Kurt Russell
Mark Hamill
Nick Kroll
Amy Poehler
Tom Butler
Chris Pratt
Cinematography: Christopher Nolan
Distributed By: Universal Pictures
Release Date: July 17, 2020 (USA)
July 24, 2020 (Canada)
July 31, 2020 (WW)
Runtime: 115 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English
Budget: $345 million
Box Office: $995.7 million
Franchise: ROBLOX
Prequel: ?
Sequel: ROBLOX: The Movie 2: J.U.L.I.E.N.'s Revenge


ROBLOX: The Movie (also referred to The ROBLOX Movie, or ROBLOX Movie) is an upcoming 2020 American comedy-drama science fiction action-adventure CGI-animated film produced by DreamWorks Animation, and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is based on the world's most popular video game, ROBLOX. This film will also include YouTube celebrity, Daniel Middleton (aka DanTDM). It is planned to be released in July 17th, 2020 for the USA, July 24th, 2020 for Canada, and July 31st, 2020 for Worldwide. This film is also a part of the RCU (ROBLOX Cinematic Universe).

Plot

Planet Builder is a peaceful planet full of ROBLOXians (citizens that live in Planet Builder). ROBLOXians love making and playing games across their realms. Builderman (Ben Affleck) was the god of the ROBLOX Universe and he always make sure if the universe is doing fine. One ROBLOXian named Jake (Oscar Isaac), a teenage ROBLOXian was always alone, and other ROBLOXians like to make fun of him. Jake wished that people will just respect him one day. Then there was another planet, called Planet Hacker, and was home to all of the villains in the ROBLOX Universe, 1x1x1x1 (Mark Wahlberg) was the leader and god of that planet, and he plans to release all hackers and villains to attack Planet Builder one day. Jake then figures out and then he tells every ROBLOXian in Planet Builder, but nobody trusts him. But when Melvin (Chris Evans), Jesse (Jessica Chastain), Omar (Frank Welker), Chad (Mark Ruffalo), Donny (Steve Carell), and Daniel (Daniel Middleton) hear him, they came up to him and started trusting him.

They know it won't be easy, so they go up on top of the ROBLOX Universe to talk to Builderman to learn more about hackers, villains, and 1x1x1x1. He then agreed to help them take the villains out and take out 1x1x1x1 from trying to destroy the planet. Then 1x1x1x1 is seen again flying, and then tries to take the others, but instead he took Donny. So then, they jumped into one of Builderman's portals to find Donny, they went to Ultimate Driving, Jailbreak, etc. Then, when they get back to a portal, they accidently get send to 1x1x1x1's liar in Planet Hacker. 1x1x1x1 then traps the gang, and Donny is seen again doing a evil grin at Jake and the gang, telling them that he will betray them. 1x1x1x1 also wants to mind control Jake and the gang. When 1x1x1x1 mind controls someone, their accounts (soul) get taken and their outfit transfers into a energy that 1x1x1x1 needs and in return, the energy his body doesn't needs comes back but it comes back as a Noob outfit (despite that he has a lot of minions). Jake and the gang then try to escape the cage, but then Donny appears and captures Chad, Laith, and Omar. While Jake and the others who are still remaining escaped and traveled back to ROBLOXIA.

1x1x1x1 and Donny are then seen again with a giant robot that is made for destruction. The attack starts start in Planet Builder when the robot starts destroying buildings, then many Noobs back up for them. Sean then brings Chad, Laith, Omar, and Daniel back to normal. But after they defeat the some of the Noobs and Donny, 1x1x1x1 comes to fight them. So they work together. But then after 1x1x1x1 got defeated, a massive earthquake occurred and then 1x1x1x1 got turned to "Powerful Mode" which is used when he gets 1,000,000 energy. Then, Jake and his friends start shooting him with guns, making 1x1x1x1 lose health. But then, he gets more powerful while at low health, so then, he shoots a massive fire ball at Jake and his friends, but then Builderman shot it back to 1x1x1x1, then 1x1x1x1 gets defeated. Then the giant robot explodes.

After 1x1x1x1 and Donny get defeated, all the people that were mind controlled came back to normal, then Builderman can be seen trying to ban 1x1x1x1 and Donny but he didn't have enough power and started to die. Then all of the sudden, Shedletsky (Kevin Hart) appeared and then helped Builderman ban 1x1x1x1 and Donny. He also notices that Builderman was dead, so then he took his account (soul) and put it in a empty player's outfit and Builderman was back but in a different name. He was now called David and he was still a god of the ROBLOX Universe. Now 1x1x1x1 and Donny are now banned for good. Jake now has made friends with the people who helped him (expect Donny), he then became a legendary adventurer and a hero of the entire Roblox Multiverse.

Secret Scene

A secret scene then plays after the first scene of the closing credits. It first starts with 1x1x1x1 and Donny in "Ban Prison" (a prison where all the people get banned whenever its from one day to termination), then the prisoners noticed that 1x1x1x1 and Donny was here, they then knew about the battle their were doing before they got banned, then all the prisoners started to get closer, and were blocking 1x1x1x1 and Donny's way in a circle, they wanted to attack 1x1x1x1 and Donny due to their plan for the battle they were doing, then a prisoner crashed a wall hard, making 1x1x1x1 and Donny being lost in space and then they start to run out of air, then they start to become frozen, then they started to float away from the universe, and they were never seen again.

Cast

  • Oscar Isaac as Jake - a lonely ROBLOXian who lived In ROBLOXIA his whole life and also faced hate and abuse from other ROBLOXians. He also knew that 1x1x1x1 and other villains were gonna destroy Planet Builder. He is also the main protagonist of the film.
  • Chris Evans as Melvin - a playful ROBLOXian who was always ready to have fun, and is also very smart with portals, technology, and science! He is also one of the main deuteragonists of the film. He is Jesse's brother.
  • Jessica Chastain as Jesse - a girl ROBLOXian who has determined and ready for long journeys. She is also one of the main deteuragonists of the film. She is Melvin's sister.
  • Mark Wahlberg as 1x1x1x1 - the main antagonist in the film. He was also a former god of the ROBLOX Universe.
  • Ben Affleck as Builderman (David Baszucki at the end of the film) - a god of the ROBLOX Universe and making sure everything is safe. He later died while trying to ban 1x1x1x1 and Donny and his soul was put in a new outfit and he is now called David Baszucki. He is one of the tritagonists.
  • Frank Welker as Omar - a ROBLOXian born with autism and was eager to have big adventures. He is brothers with Chad. He is one of the tritagonists.
    • Welker will also voice The Guests.
    • Welker also provided the voices of the Noobs.
  • Mark Ruffalo as Chad - a ROBLOXian who is brothers with Omar. He likes to be outside, take fresh air, and loves doing adventures. He is one of the main tritagonists.
  • Bill Hader as Sean - a ROBLOXian who is the big cousin of Chad and Omar and big brother of Laith. He was always ready to fight criminals. He is also one of the main tritagonists.
  • Ben Schwartz as Laith - a ROBLOXian who thinks that he is better than most people, but ends up failing. So he then joined the team to stop 1x1x1x1 to prove people that he can actually have skills. He is one of the tritagonist.
  • Steve Carell as Donny - a ROBLOXian who likes to cheer up Jake if he feels negative about the 1x1x1x1 battle on the journey to go back to ROBLOXIA. He then later betrays Jake and the others and starts teaming up with 1x1x1x1. But then he got banned with 1x1x1x1 after they both fail the battle. He is also a major protagonist turned secondary antagonist of the film.
  • Daniel Middleton as Daniel - a ROBLOXian who makes daily videos on games and now is helping the team to stop 1x1x1x1 from destroying this "amazing universe" according to TheDiamondMinecart, he is a minor character.
  • Kevin Hart as Shedletsky - a minor character of the film. Also a god of the ROBLOX universe and is responsible for helping Builderman live in a different body and name.
  • Jason Sudeikis as ROBLOX - the main god when the universe was called DynaBlocks, but then later died when 1x1x1x1 betrayed Builderman and the other gods. So then Builderman renamed the universe to ROBLOX in memory of his death. Many people believe Builderman was always the main god, but the truth will be only shared to the protagonists.
  • Ed Helms as The Sheriff of Jailbreak Realm - he is the leader of the Police of the Jailbreak realm, he is the tertiary antagonist.
  • The Cops will be an organization and they will be the quaternary antagonists.
    • TBD as Cop #1
    • TBD as Cop #2
    • TBD as Cop #3
    • TBD as Cop #4
    • TBD as Cop #5
  • Max Martini as The Narrator - the person who is going through the whole story.
  • Elizabeth Banks as Lily - one of the gods of the ROBLOX universe.
  • Robert Downey Jr. as SCS - one of the gods of the ROBLOX universe.
  • Malin Åkerman as Jake's Mom - the Mother of Jake.
  • Kurt Russell as Jake's Dad - the Father of Jake.
  • Amy Poehler as Mrs. Block - Jake's teacher in ROBLOXIA High School.
  • Mark Hamill as The Bus Driver - the Bus Driver of ROBLOXIA High School.
  • Tom Hanks as Mr. Lynn - the Principal of ROBLOXIA High School
  • TWICE as The Students - students of ROBLOXIA High School, they also like to make fun of Jake.
  • Pratt Chris Pratt as Jeff - the coach of the Survivor games.
  • Scarlett Johannson as the Survivor Games Announcer - The announcer and the person who works in the front desk at the entrance.
  • Nick Kroll as Noah - the person who was stuck in prison in the "Jailbreak" world for 10 years. He also helps Jake and the others get back to ROBLOXIA before 1x1x1x1 starts domination to Planet Builder.
  • Tom Butler as Johnny - a person who wanted to get revenge from the cops from killing his friends, but then he gets arrested by the police of the "Jailbreak" world. He tries to help Jake and the others get back to ROBLOXIA. He is also dressed up as a "bacon hair".
  • Arden Cho as Princess Sophie - The Princess that comes from Royale High, she pretty much spends her diamonds on a new set every time it comes out. She also gets bullied by the other roblox players, despite this, she always wins 1st place on the sunset island pageant.
  • Karen Fukuhara as Princess Lottie - Another Princess that comes from Royale High, She is Princess Sophie’s best Friend and Slave, but unlike Sophie, she isn’t Bullied.
  • Purva Bedi as Queen Nina - the mother of Princess Sophie
  • Jonathan Ke Quan as King Darius - the Father of Princess Sophie
  • Kiko Mizuhara as Rania the Fairy - a fairy from Royale high, she is known for losing her temper over something so small, and She is a Earth Fairy, associated with plants.
  • Michaela Dietz as Rosa - a girl from Adopt me, that hosts parties. She is infamous for her scams, that she also hosted a party with trading her Pets for a Royal carriage in her mansion until Ximena calls her out.
  • Monica Ray as Ximena - the younger sister of Rosa.
  • Rebecca Hall as Juana - The adoptee mother of Rosa.
  • TBD as Additional Voices #1
  • TBD as Additional Voices #2
  • TBD as Additional Voices #3
  • TBD as Additional Voices #4

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Bad Qualities

  1. The idea of making 1x1x1x1 kills ROBLOX is bad as poor, of course 1x1x1x1 was supposed to a hacker who tries to destroys ROBLOX for his profits.
    • The story was basically non-canon since ROBLOX is still alive in the game.
  2. Some characters development in this movie are line-shaped.
    • Jake is a bratty protagonist & probably the least favorable character due to his behavior because he shouts at his parents for not a big reason.
    • Donny wants to fake the allies as he promises that he will helps the team out to defeats the main villain, but it's unlikely that he does.
    • Johnny needs to get revenge on cops just because they killed his best friend. (It's necessity because it didn't explains a lot in this movie.)
    • The Cops are really abusive that he killed his friend for little to no reason. (It is mainly because they kill the cops in the first place, who knows that.)
    • The princesses in this movie is rather unlikeable since they got bullied and making an ugly frown face.
    • The survivors stuff is either unlikeable because he eliminated Jake, forcing to go in the elimination room despite Jake did the best as he could! (See BQ#17)
  3. The jokes & humor falls flat such like during a scenes where heroes went into portals for the next place & fell into the ground as pain.
  4. Piggy (while it's a good scene.) has oink sound effects in this movie scares & gives nightmares to the kids.
  5. 1x1x1x1 is a bland antagonist who wants to destroy ROBLOX for no reason.
  6. The flood Escape map is just a dull generic facility with no decorations. (Basically because it's an obby layout for test with the rising water.)
  7. The plots & story is laughable cringe & bland, just a bit filler with more teams from Youtubers.
  8. Dreamworks forgots to screen this movie meaning that it becomes this a mediocre movie.
  9. There's a lot of pop-cultures such as mining blocks from Minecraft, Messaging through server from Discord.
  10. It rehashes many films such as Transformers, Mortal Engines, Shrek & Ice Age.
  11. The knowledge in this movie feels out-of-place & noticeable plotholes: Despike jake's owner, how a dog appears there when it wasn't in the home.
  12. Boring music which is unacceptable for this movie, because it wasn't that catchy, it doesn't mean that Roblox should take it's part as fun.
  13. It never explains what happens to 1x1x1x1 after it got defeated by Builderman, why there's a dog when it meant that Jake doesn't own, after ROBLOX died, why did Builderman creates Jake in the first place, why Donny betrays Jake's allies?
  14. False Advertising: Speaking of Jake's friend Laith that he's in the main poster, he didn't get any screen-time during the later scenes.
  15. The map setting (While it's pretty detailed.) is dull which has small towns that's around the empty plains.
    • The interior of haunted house in Piggy scene is really ugly. (Since she game version did have SLIGHTLY have better detailed.)
  16. There's 1 scene where Donny betrays their teams by pushing one of Jake's allies through the lava pit which is not kid friendly at all.
  17. The survivors is one of the worst scene in this entire movie, because Jake lost it just for being voted to go in the elimination room.
  18. It has "Have you seen a", "I got a", "I need a", etc clichéd.
  19. The story is really shallow: At first, what happened to ROBLOX, as he died when 1x1x1x1 slays him, so it was taken in the statue coffin alongside with the audiences, once it ends, Builderman made a user called Jake for nonsensical reason...
  20. Really generic ending where Donny died alongside 1x1x1x1 which is mean spirited towards Donny since he's a normal Robloxian.
  21. There's a lot of dead trends & memes that aren't funny & bored such as Domo which declined since 2011 & there's dab which killed off in 2016.
  22. some of gross-out humors such as dog pees right next to Jake's jeans which is nothing but disgusting.
  23. At the start scene, it explains about Roblox features, which is somewhat forgotten in the later scenes.
  24. The French dub could be better with traditional 2D animation which English didn't use it.
  25. There's alot of known assets that are used from Roblox which makes the movie boring.
  26. There's 1 scene where it contains Deus ex Machina, such as where teams wants to save Jake from dangers.
  27. In the last scene, Jake have to use his new powerups to slays 1x1x1x1 away which unfortunately got slayed by the mind-controlled users which is considered Diabolus ex Machina.
  28. It spawned the worse sequel which is J.U.L.I.E.N.'s Revenge since it's inferior to this movie.
  29. Terrible amounts of effects which cause the movie to become unwatchable.
  30. There's alot of animation errors such inside the school bus, the door closed unexpectedly when outside the door was fully opened.
    • Speaking of this, Jake's arm clipped through the door on inside school bus scene.
  31. There's "brainwash" type scene where he bullied Jake & after, they liked Jake now which is completely ironic & absurdist.
  32. It has too many product placements, which was McDonald's, Target, Domino's Pizza, etc.
  33. At the Royale High scene where Princess Sophie takes his clothes off, you can see her back which disturbs many of the young audiences.
  34. The skydiving scene is one of the scariest & cringe scene where Jake & his friends survive from falling by biting his hand as hard to make a hole in his skin (which leaves blood), blows their mouth to inflates himself. (the way of handling a new scene it isn't suitable for audiences to do.)
  35. The OOF sound (While it's funny.) is really overused & can be so annoying at the times in this movie.
  36. It has the UI bar that shows how much health that Jake, his friends & the villains has which is directly out-of-place for a movie.
  37. There's a reward that are really illegal such as in Ultimate Driving scene where Jake driving the car as possible he can which is faster than a speed limit.
  38. How Melvin knows if he seen the portals that was appearing in nowhere.
  39. There is a scene where Builderman bans Teamer just because he calls someone a loser for little to no reason. (he couldn't warns him instead of banning him.)
  40. The scene was really laughable enough that everyone follows Jake to meet Builderman while the other 90% didn't meet him.
  41. They brought TWICE in just so the Film could appeal to the K-Pop fanbase.
  42. The characters in this movie NEVER shuts up. (Especially Pomeranian who barks a lot.)

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Good Qualities

  1. At least Mr. Lynn did a great job at giving bullies a warns about bullying Jake.
  2. It has a great appearance celebrity such of Daniel Middleton as DanTDM & other YouTubers.
  3. There's some decent music such as Emerald Forest from Roblox.
  4. The dog design while it looks like from Pet Simulator 2 is quite cute at least.
    • There's a cute version of dog that looks like Pomeranian which is the cutest animal in this movie.
  5. The graphics is great, even for the newest standard that match this year.
  6. The way that Builderman created Jake for destroying 1x1x1x1 is at least a good concept. (Would be better executed.)
  7. Builderman alongside Shedletsky is at least the likeable characters in this movie.
  8. The concept of having portals when you completing something that the game wants is really fun.
  9. The statue & coffin of ROBLOX was really heartbreaking & sad.
  10. It has a great scene like Jailbreak & Piggy scenes which are good.

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The Last Guest - A Roblox Action Movie

My review
me and my brother saw this the DAY it came out, we were possibly the first ones to watch it. It was an AMAZING emotional roller coaster, kinda sad that Charlotte had like 2 lines in the movie, but it was amazing. You are an amazing animator. You can also blame my brother for finding the movie so early. He searched up "The Last Guest" and then yelled at me, I thought something was wrong, and rushed down stairs, but he had popcorn, and the TLG plush, and my TLG sweatshirt, and the movie on the TV. It was an amazing movie, you deserve a Bloxy, or even an Oscar if this ever becomes a real movie. Username in Roblox is KylaCarla_1

My brothers review
It was amazing and kinda of sad. It was very cool. I really liked when the war started and everyone went wild, lol. Also we finally got to see Daisy and Charlotte, love them so much. I also loved the end. Everyone was in peace, and no more war, plus Molly and Matt got a child, XD. Forgive meh for finding the movie so early, I really wanted to watch it and couldn't wait. srry lol.
Username in Roblox is Jake142sin1

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Roblox

For the company that developed the platform, see Roblox Corporation.

Not to be confused with Robox.

Multiplayer game creation platform

2006 video game

Roblox
The current Roblox logo in black Gill Sans Ultra Bold font, with both Os replaced by squares
Developer(s)Roblox Corporation
Publisher(s)Roblox Corporation
Director(s)David Baszucki,
Erik Cassel[6]
Platform(s)Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Xbox One
ReleasePC
September 1, 2006[1][2]
iOS
December 11, 2012[3]
Android
July 16, 2014[4]
Xbox One
November 20, 2015[5]
Genre(s)Game creation system, massively multiplayer online
Mode(s)Single-player, multi-player

Roblox is an online gameplatform and game creation system developed by Roblox Corporation. It allows users to program games and play games created by other users. Created by David Baszucki and Erik Cassel in 2004 and released in 2006, the platform hosts user-created games of multiple genres coded in the programming languageLua. For most of Roblox's history, it was relatively small, both as a platform and a company, due to both co-founder Baszucki's lack of interest in press coverage and it being "lost among the crowd" in a large number of platforms released around the same time. Roblox began to grow rapidly in the second half of the 2010s, and this growth has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.[7][8]

Roblox is free-to-play, with in-game purchases available through a virtual currency called "Robux". As of August 2020, Roblox had over 164 million monthly active users, with it being played by over half of all children aged under 16 in the United States.[9][10]

Although Roblox has generally received positive reviews from critics, it has faced criticism for its content, chat filtration system, and microtransactions.

Overview

Roblox Studio

Two blue polygons with a gap in between them.

Roblox allows players to create their own games using its proprietary engine, Roblox Studio, which can then be played by other users.[11] Games are coded under an object-oriented programming system utilizing a dialect of the programming language Lua to manipulate the environment of the game.[12][13] Users are able to create purchasable content through one-time purchases, known as "game passes", as well as microtransactions which can be purchased more than once, known as "developer products" or "products". Revenue from purchases is split between the developer and the Roblox Corporation 30–70, in favor of Roblox Corp.[14][15] The majority of games produced using Roblox Studio are developed by minors, and a total of 20 million games a year are produced using it.[16][9]

Items and currency

Logo of the virtual currency "Robux"

Roblox allows players to buy, sell, and create virtual items which can be used to decorate their virtual character that serves as their avatar on the platform.[9] Clothes can be bought by anyone, but only players with a Premium membership can sell them.[17][better source needed] Only Roblox administrators can sell accessories, body parts, gear, and packages under the official Roblox user account;[18] virtual hats and accessories can also be published by a select few users with past experience working with Roblox Corporation.[19][20] There are several individuals who design items as a full-time job, with the highest-earning creators making over $100,000 a year off item sales.[21] Items with a limited edition status can only be traded between or sold by users with a Roblox Premium membership.[22]

Robux allows players to buy various items, and are obtained by purchase with real currency, from a recurring stipend given to members with premium membership, and from other players by producing and selling virtual content in Roblox.[23][24] Prior to 2016, Roblox had another currency, Tix (short for "Tickets"), that was discontinued in April of that year.[25][better source needed] Robux acquired through the sale of user-generated content can be exchanged into real-world currency through the website's Developer Exchange system.[26] There are a sizable amount of scams relating to Robux, largely revolving around automated messages promoting scam websites, scam games designed to appear to give out free Robux, and invalid Robux codes.[27][28]

Events

Roblox occasionally hosts real-life and virtual events. They have in the past hosted events such as BloxCon, which was a convention for ordinary players on the platform.[23]Roblox operates annual Easter egg hunts,[29] and also hosts an annual event called the “Bloxy Awards”, an awards ceremony which also functions as a fundraiser. The 2020 edition of the Bloxy Awards, held virtually on the platform, drew 600,000 viewers.[30][31] Roblox Corporation annually hosts the Roblox Developers Conference, a three-day invite-only event in San Francisco where top content creators on the site learn of upcoming changes to the platform.[32] The company has also hosted similar events in London and Amsterdam.[33][34]

Roblox occasionally engages in events to promote films, such as ones held to promote Wonder Woman 1984 and Aquaman.[35][36] In 2020, Roblox hosted its first virtual concert, which was compared by Rolling Stone to that of American rapper Travis Scott's virtual concert in Fortnite,[37] during which American rapper Lil Nas X debuted his song "Holiday" to an audience of Roblox players.[37][38][39] In 2021, Swedish singer Zara Larsson performed songs at a virtual party to celebrate her new album Poster Girl (Summer Edition).[40] On September 17, 2021, a virtual concert by the American band Twenty One Pilots took place.[41][42]

History and development

The Roblox logo used from 2006 to 2017; it had numerous variations, but mostly remained the same.[43]

The beta version of Roblox was created by co-founders David Baszucki and Erik Cassel in 2004 under the name DynaBlocks.[44] Baszucki started testing the first demos that year.[45] In 2005, the company changed its name to Roblox,[45] and it officially launched on September 1, 2006.[1] In March 2007, Roblox became compliant with COPPA, with the addition of safe chat, a change that limited the communication ability of users under the age of thirteen by restricting them to selecting predefined messages from a menu.[46] In August, Roblox applied server improvements and released a premium membership service named "Builders Club".[47] This paid membership feature was rebranded as Roblox Premium in September 2019.[48]

In December 2011, Roblox held their first Hack Week, an annual event where Roblox developers work on outside-the-box ideas for new developments to present to the company.[49][50] On December 11, 2012, an iOS version of Roblox was released,[3] and on July 16, 2014, an Android version was released.[4] On October 1, 2013, Roblox released its Developer Exchange program, allowing developers to exchange Robux earned from their games into real-world currencies.[51]

On May 31, 2015, a feature called 'Smooth Terrain' was added, increasing the graphical fidelity of the terrain and changing the physics engine from a block-oriented style to a smoother and more realistic one.[52] On November 20, Roblox was launched on Xbox One, with an initial selection of 15 games chosen by Roblox staff.[5] New Roblox games for the Xbox One have to go through an approval process, and are subject to the Entertainment Software Ratings Board standards.[53]

In April 2016, Roblox launched Roblox VR for Oculus Rift. At the time of release, more than ten million games were available in 3D.[54] Around the same time period, the safe chat feature was removed and replaced by a system based on a whitelist with a set of acceptable words for users under 13 years old and a set of blacklisted words for other users.[55][failed verification] In June, the company launched a version compatible with Windows 10. While the game platform has had a presence on the PC since 2004, when its web version was created, this was the first time it was upgraded with a standalone launcher built for Windows.[56]

Throughout 2017, Roblox engaged in a number of updates to its server technology, as the technology they were operating on until that point was out of date and led to frequent outages.[57] In November 2018, the ability for a player to play as a "guest", without an account, which had been progressively restricted over the previous two years, was removed entirely.[58] In July 2020, Roblox announced the creation of “Party Place”, which functions as an online hangout. The feature was created using new technology that had been used during the 2020 Bloxy Awards, and was designed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.[59]Roblox was granted permission to release in China on December 3, 2020.[60] In 2021, Roblox bought chat platform Guilded.[61]

Community and culture

Activism

Users of Roblox have been noted for their efforts against racism, with numerous regular users and co-founder Baszucki having declared their support for the George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter.[62][63] In August 2019, an investigation by NBC News revealed over 100 accounts linked to far-right and neo-Nazi groups. After being contacted about the accounts by NBC, Roblox moderators removed them.[64]

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected Roblox in numerous ways. Due to quarantines imposed by the pandemic limiting social interaction, Roblox is being used as a way for children to communicate with each other.[65] One of the most noted ways that this method of communication is being carried out is the phenomenon of birthday parties being held on the platform.[66][67] COVID-19 has caused a substantial increase in both the platform's revenue and the number of players on it, in line with similar effects experienced by the majority of the gaming industry, as players forced to remain indoors due to COVID-19 lockdowns spent more time playing video games.[68][69]

"Oof" sound effect

From its release to November 2020, Roblox's sound effect for when a character dies was an "oof" sound, which became a substantial part of the platform's reputation due to its status as a meme.[70] The sound was originally produced by video game composer Tommy Tallarico for the 2000 video game Messiah, and he and Roblox entered into a copyright dispute. The dispute ended when Roblox agreed to pull the sound from their platform and replace it with another death sound, and Tallarico agreed to allow Roblox to release the sound again at a later date on its marketplace, which game developers on the platform would be able to purchase for a price of US$1.[71][72]

Reception and revenue

Critical reception

Roblox has generally received positive reviews. Common Sense Media gave it 4 out of 5 stars, praising the website's variety of games and ability to encourage creativity in children, while finding that the decentralized nature of the platform meant game quality varied, and recommended disabling chat functions for young players to prevent possibly harmful interactions.[73] Patricia E. Vance of the Family Online Safety Institute advised parents to monitor their child's interactions on the platform, but praised the platform for "allow[ing] kids to play, explore, socialize, create and learn in a self-directed way", and granted especial praise to Roblox Studio for its ability to encourage children to experience game development.[74]Trusted Reviews, in its overview of the platform, also praised Roblox Studio, stating that “for anyone seeking to develop their computer science skills, or create projects that will instantly receive feedback from a huge audience, the appeal is obvious”.[75] Craig Hurda, writing in Android Guys, gave a more moderate review, praising the number of games available and finding that the game was entertaining for children, while also finding that the platform's audio was "hit-or-miss" and declaring that it had limited appeal for adult players.[76]

Criticism

Roblox has received widespread criticism for its chat filtration system.[77][78] Although Roblox's filtration system, Community Sift,[79] censors and removes most inappropriate messages and content, some can still avoid the system. To combat these issues, Roblox has 1,600 people working to remove such content from the platform.[77]Roblox offers privacy settings; parents can limit what people a user can contact, restricting access to private servers, and turning on parental control.[80]

Though sexual content is prohibited on Roblox, the platform has received substantial criticism for the presence of sexually explicit games and imagery within it. This content includes items like virtual sex clubs and nightclubs, with creators of said content largely communicating through third-party platforms which cannot be regulated by Roblox moderators.[81] A 2020 investigation by Fast Company found that sexual content was still prevalent within Roblox, with attempts by moderators to remove it being likened to "whack-a-mole",[82][83] though it was also found that the situation had generally improved in the recent years prior to the report.[82]

Some extremist role-playing communities and scenarios present in Roblox have caused controversy.[84]

Roblox has also been criticised for making it easy for children to spend large sums of money through microtransactions, leading to numerous instances where children have spent large sums of money on the platform without parents' knowledge,[85][86] and deleting the accounts of players who file chargebacks or request refunds for Robux payments through their banks, card issuers or other third-party companies.[87]

Games

See also: List of Roblox games

Due to its status as a games platform, Roblox has a variety of popular games. As of May 2020, the most popular games on Roblox had over 10 million monthly active players each. As of August 2020, at least 20 games had been played more than one billion times, and at least 5,000 have been played more than one million times.[88]TechCrunch noted in March 2021 that Roblox games are largely distinct from established traditions in free-to-play video games, finding that successful Roblox games were geared towards immediate satisfaction, and finding that the addition of tutorials significantly decreased player engagement, contrary to established wisdom about free-to-play games.[89]

Revenue

During the 2017 Roblox Developers Conference, officials said that creators on the game platform, of which there were about 1.7 million as of 2017,[90] collectively earned at least $30 million in 2017.[91] The iOS version of Roblox passed $1 billion of lifetime revenue in November 2019, $1.5 billion in June 2020 and $2 billion in October 2020, making it the iOS app with the second-highest revenue.[92][7] Several individual games on Roblox have accumulated revenues of over $10 million,[93] while developers as a whole on the platform were collectively projected to have earned around $250 million over the course of 2020.[94] It became the third highest-grossing game of 2020, with a revenue of $2.29 billion, below the Tencent titles PUBG and Honor of Kings.[95]

Toy lines

In January 2017, toy fabricator Jazwares partnered with Roblox Corporation to produce toy minifigures based on user-generated content created by developers on the platform.[96] The minifigures have limbs and joints similar to that of Lego minifigures, though they are about twice the size.[97] The minifigures have limbs and accessories that are interchangeable. The sets included a code that was used to redeem virtual items, as well as blind boxes that contained random minifigures.[98][99] In 2019, Roblox Corporation released a new line of toys, branded the "Roblox Desktop" series.[100] On April 13, 2021, Roblox partnered with Hasbro to release Roblox themed Nerf guns and a Roblox themed Monopoly edition.[101]

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Roblox videos are almost like machinimas, but most of them use text instead of sounds, or both. Roblox videos are very popular in YouTube. To make good videos you must know how to plan, record, and edit them. Get the programs. Surf around the internet in your search engine of choice for editing and capture software.

When is the Roblox movie going to be released?

ROBLOX: The Movie is an upcoming 2021 American 3D-computer animated comedy action/adventure film produced by DreamWorks Animation, and distributed by Sony Pictures Animation. It is based on the video game, ROBLOX .It is also planned to be released in June 26, 2021.

How do you edit a video on Roblox?

Sign into YouTube (you must have an account), go to Upload, and choose your file from Videos > ROBLOX; you can optionally edit it before it goes up. Thanks! Where do you find your video when you are finished?

How do you record a video on Roblox?

Choose the game you want to record the video. Click “Play”. When you have arrived in the game, click on the Menu arrow in the bottom left corner. When you are done recording, click on Stop in the top left corner. Can you record with your voice, too? No.

Roblox videos are almost like machinimas, but most of them use text instead of sounds, or both. Roblox videos are very popular in YouTube. To make good videos you must know how to plan, record, and edit them. Get the programs. Surf around the internet in your search engine of choice for editing and capture software.

Sign into YouTube (you must have an account), go to Upload, and choose your file from Videos > ROBLOX; you can optionally edit it before it goes up. Thanks! Where do you find your video when you are finished?

Choose the game you want to record the video. Click “Play”. When you have arrived in the game, click on the Menu arrow in the bottom left corner. When you are done recording, click on Stop in the top left corner. Can you record with your voice, too? No.

Why is my video not playing on Roblox?

You cannot play videos in roblox at the moment that was most likely a gif which requires lots of parts and needs to be animated if I am correct, I believe video frames were enabled briefly, but were disabled because of a bug. Roblox engineers have temporarily disabled the flags for VideoFrame support.

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