I’ve been observing why children age 7-10 loves Minecraft and Roblox alike games, the fact that their graphics is not that stunning like we adults love, but I don’t really understand why they are into this game and I was shocked that they even asked for their parents to top-up their account to buy these in-game items that costs ten bucks to hundreds.

Minecraft and Roblox games are like Grand Theft Auto games that we adults used to play as it is an open world where you can do whatever you want, build, destroy, loot, quests and many more. I trying to recall my childhood days if ever I was into this kind of addiction where I play games even they are not graphically stunning or I mean visually appealing. The only game that I remember was the super mario games on nintendo and some block style adventure games on Nintendo Family computer, so bet yah that I’ve also played similar thing. Funny right? but I think I understand why they are so inlove with these kind of game genres, and I’m sure as they grow old. The likelihood of wanting bad-a** looking games like we used to play now will come in time.

The only part that I’m concern about is because of their addiction and guess what they fully understand the benefits of buying premium items that’s why every now and then they go to me asked if whether I can purchase this using my credit card ahaha. Well of course I don’t want them to get disappointed that’s why I try to do my homework and see if there’s no other way to get this item and luckily I’ve found this gaming forum where they share online generators that by luck really works such as this online roblox robux generator that I’ve tried, this tool gives a good amount of robux and tix that you can use in game to purchase vip membership and other customisation for the game without the need to use your credit card as they come in codes that you need to redeem. I would love to hear your experience with these kinds of games, do you think back in time you also play this kind of games? Head over on the comment section and let me know your personal experience.