Over ten years after its original release, Roblox remains extraordinarily popular, maintaining 30 million active monthly players. It’s easy to understand why, as there are just so many different kinds of things to do in the game that it’s hard to ever get bored of it.
On Roblox. com, fans release their own Roblox games, which can be downloaded and played within Roblox itself. These games come in all shapes and sizes, from online first person shooters to home builders to platformers to party games.
But the games also vary dramatically in terms of quality, and not everything found on the Roblox website such as free roblox accounts and it will be worth playing; also, not all of the games are actually free. So if you’re looking for some new Roblox games that are both fun to play and completely free of charge, here’s a look at some of the best of 2017 so far.
Though it might sound completely ridiculous, if you’re looking for a classic platformer in Roblox, one fun relatively new one is Escape Grandma House Obby! by Packstabber Obbys.
As you can gleam from the title, this game is set inside the house of the main character’s grandmother, and he must try to make it out. That involves quite a bit of platforming, jumping on top of dentures and cookies to make it across rooms, as well as navigating through mazes and avoiding deadly balls of yarn. As much as you might brush it off as silly at first, it’s surprisingly challenging to get through some sections of the game.
You’ll want to make sure to step on the faces on the ground throughout the level in order to save your progress, as you can expect to die over and over and over again.
A version of this game was released in 2015, but this current version came out in January 2017. It has been played by over one million people. Breaking Point is a horror party game which is sort of like what would happen if you combined Roblox with the Saw films.
In the game, you find yourself in a dark room with a group of players and nothing but a table. From there, a variety of twisted elimination-style games take place. One of them is essentially Duck Goose, except when the goose is chosen, they must have a knife fight to the death with the person who picked them, and whoever survives gets to sit down and move on to the next round. This continues until only one person is left alive.
Another game mode sees each of the players seated at the table, with one of them secretly being a murderer who kills one person every time the lights go off. After each death, everyone has to vote on who they think the murderer is. The person who receives the most votes will be killed, whether they’re actually the murderer or not. The murderer wins if they kill everyone without getting caught, and the rest of the players win if they successfully identify and kill the murderer.
Breaking Point was created by Paradox, and it has been played by over nine million people.