Lauren is pretty much obsessed with ROBLOX. Her obsession is rubbing off on Emma as well. I seriously don’t get it, but it seems they are not the only ones that are playing ROBLOX. They play with their friends online and they use skype to talk to their friends during the game!
On ROBLOX, the kids can create their own indie video games. It has easy to use developer tools. Lauren and Emma have taught themselves a lot while playing the game. You can play it on a PC, a Mac and mobile devices. Did I mention it was free?
We were sent a $25 ROBLOX gift card to facilitate this review. No compensation was received and all opinions are our own.
Christmas shopping seems to get harder as kids get older. So I wanted to drop this idea here for you, ROBLOX gift cards! They can use the gift card to upgrade from the free membership, or they can use it to buy Robux. Lauren used a $25 card to purchase Robux, which she can then spend on buying add-ons for her character.
ROBLOX gift cards are available for purchase at most retail outlets where video games are sold. This includes Wal-Mart, Target, Toys “R” Us, Game Stop, F.Y.E and CVS Pharmacies!
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