Shoot and Kill games and games with spooky characters like Slender Man and Zombies.
Some games contain murder, guns and other horror themes.
Roblox is primarily an online platform that hosts user/player made games. Games can be anything from navigating obstacle courses, finding your way through a spooky maze, role playing games and much more.
Some games are quite scary and too violent for younger players.
To really understand Roblox, it is a good idea for parents to supervise account sign up, set the account restrictions, and then sit with their kids when they are playing.
For younger teens and under 13yr olds Parents are advised to set boundaries around accepting friend requests, and supervise your child if you do allow them to join and play with their real offline friends.
But there are some other creative ways players can get around this, with rude titles, and clothing with swear words and skimpy clothing.
Parental controls, via the account restrictions are therefor essential for younger children.
I received about 3 friend requests for every 1hr of game play on an under 13yr account with the available account restrictions all enabled to the strictest settings.
If your child accepts those friend requests, unless the parental controls are set to the strictest “no chat in game” settings they can then talk to these strangers, who become “friends” after their request has been accepted, via messaging and chat, they can also play with them on shared games.
Roblox is available on both mobile devices and on P. Roblox can be creative and fun, and is designed for players to play online with each other within the games.
Some of the games are G and PG rated and certainly seem suitable for younger children, but only if the parental controls are set up and there is strict parental supervision.