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|Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 8:29 pm Post subject: Roblox help your childrenavoiding any pitfalls
|Roblox Robux Roblox is an excellent game for families offering varied games that have the feel of the playground for youngsters.
Here’s how to help your children benefit from the game while avoiding any pitfalls.
In the UK and Europe PEGI rated Roblox as suitable for those 7 years and older for frequent scenes of mild violence and scenes which younger children may find frightening.
They only looked at sample games (made by the developer themselves rather than users) at the time of rating Roblox Robux for sale "Violence can be found in the following games: Coalesce Fisticuffs Heroes Ripull Minigames ROBLOX Dodgeball Skybound II Super Check Point and TNT Rush.
In the US the ESRB rated Roblox as E 10+ suitable for children 10 and older. The ESRB didn't detail specific games instead indicating the "possible exposure to unfiltered/uncensored user-generated content including user-to-user interactions and media sharing via social media and networks.”
On the iOS App Store Roblox is rated as suitable for those 12 and over because of “Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence and Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence”.
The game is free to play and available on the PC tablets smartphones and the Xbox One.
Many games incentives players to make purchases of outfits and equipment with Robux currency that is acquired with real money.
All players can access all the games regardless of their age. You can restrict the list of games to a limited list curated by Roblox staff as follows:
Log-in to roblox.com .
Click the Gear icon in the top right.
Select Settings | Security.
Enable the Account Restrictions slider.
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