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    27 Roblox Terms Parents Should Know


    Roblox Terms


    My ears perked up as my niece spoke of Lua, Noobs, Brick Battles, and Obbys. As an outsider to the world of Roblox, I couldn’t help but wonder what these strange terms meant. But have no fear; these phrases refer to specific elements and features of the Roblox app, which has seen a surge in popularity, captivating players with its vast array of games and the ability to create and share their own. 

    So, don’t be alarmed if you hear your children speaking in this new language, for they are simply immersing themselves in the exciting world of Roblox.

    As a parent, it can be difficult to keep up with the latest trends and interests of our children. But if you’ve noticed your little ones spending hours building and playing on Roblox, it’s worth taking the time to familiarize yourself with the platform’s commonly used terminology. Imagine their surprise and delight when you join in on their virtual adventures, speaking the same language as them.

    Roblox offers a world of endless creativity and fun for players of all ages. From building and designing their games to connecting with others from around the globe, the possibilities are endless.

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    So, if you’re ready to join in on the fun and explore this virtual world alongside your children, familiarize yourself with the commonly used terminologies and let the building and playing begin. Here are some terms that are frequently used in Roblox.

    1) Lua: Lua is one of the best programming languages for kids and the best language to start learning to code. 

    2) Noob: Noob is slang reserved for new or inexperienced players. It can be used humorously, but it is also used frequently used by players as an insult to other players. Keep an eye out if you hear it being used regularly in your child’s gaming interactions since.

    3) Brick Battle: A combat game in which participants engage in team or solo battles with their opponents.

    4) Obby: Short for obstacle, this is an obstacle course game.  One of the most popular games in Roblox, it gives opportunities to players to escape turrets, mazes, and other interesting settings. 

    5) SOZ: This is an abbreviation for “sorry.” Players used it to convey their regret for any mistakes they made while playing the game.

    6) TT: This means – til tomorrow. Players used it when signing off from a game.

    7) Oof: Oof is a synonym for “ouch” or “phew” in Roblox. This phrase is used by players when they find themselves in a difficult situation.

    8) Rthro: The new set of Roblox avatars, known as Rthro, are less blocky and more cartoonish. It is a tool in Roblox that allows users to change their avatars’ dimensions and shape to give them a more comical appearance.

    9) Gamepass: An in-game purchase that grants players additional features or abilities in a specific game.

    10) Studio: Roblox’s game development platform where users can create and publish their games.

    11) Robux: Roblox’s in-game currency. The virtual currency is used to purchase upgrades and other in-game items.

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    12) Exploit: These actions violate the Roblox Terms of Use and will lead to the cancellation of your account. This suggests that the player is abusing a flaw or game fault to acquire an unfair advantage.

    13) Script: Scripts are lines of code that specify the steps a game or program should take. It manages several aspects of a Roblox game.

    14) Model: A Model acts as a container object for geometric groups like BaseParts, Motor6D objects, and other models. Unlike folder objects, which are only storage containers for stuff, model objects have additional behaviors.

    15) Place: Another term used for a game on Roblox.

    16) Game Master (GM): The hardest challenge, and a player can only try this challenge once they have completed everything else. The has special permissions to moderate a specific game.

    17) Admin: A player who has been given administrative powers in a specific game.

    18) Trolling: Intentionally disrupting or annoying other players in a game.

    19) Griefing: Destroying or vandalizing other players’ creations.

    20) Hacking: Unauthorized access or manipulation of a game or account.

    21) AFK: This means – Away From Keyboard. It is used when a player is not actively playing the game.

    22) NPC: Non-Player Character, a character controlled by the game rather than a player.

    23) Leaderboard: A ranking system that displays scores, currency, etc.

    24) Inventory: A collection of items a player has collected in a game.

    25) Avatar: The player’s virtual character in a game.

    26) Tycoon: A type of game where players manage and grow virtual businesses.

    27) Building: The process of creating structures or objects in a game using virtual bricks or other materials.

    In conclusion, Roblox is a well-known gaming and game development platform with a distinct lingo. Parents who are familiar with these phrases may be better able to comprehend their children’s interests and involvement in the Roblox virtual world.

    It might be more enjoyable for parents to partake in fun and play with their children if they are familiar with these phrases.

    Moonpreneur understands the needs and demands this rapidly changing technological world is bringing with it for our kids.

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