Mum-of-three Rebecca Thomson, 36, runs a parenting group and says she would be sickened if her seven-year-old twin girls were targeted through Roblox.She said: "I would be horrified if my child received explicit messages from an app that markets itself to children in this way, it's a honey pot for weird people.Read next: The salt and ice challenge - what is it and why parents need to know about it Whilst under 13s who register for the site can only chat to their approved friends list, there is no verification of date of birth when making an account and youngsters can easily gain access to the full chat facility.
The game got back on many people’s radars in January when players assembled for a protest against Donald Trump, criticizing the then-President Elect and supporting others who were upset by his November victory. You’ll regularly find when global occurrences do happen, like with Haiti, you’ll see penguins online saying, ‘Pray for Haiti, let’s support them,’ and they’ll start organizing their own kinds of rallies around that.“We really try to foster that, as well.” community.Acts like those continue to astound the designers of the game, as producer Rebecca Warden told us.Here at Think Geek, we don't play around when it comes to toys and games. And we don't judge, because adults should have toys, too. Worried parents have expressed concerns over a dangerous online game which allows strangers to send messages to their children.