So, you’re wanting to Hack Roblox, eh?
We understand how frustrating and difficult Roblox can be, especially if you’re quite new to the gaming culture. I’ve seen many gaming veterans begin playing Roblox, only for them to manipulate these habits into full on addictions. Needless to say, it’s an extremely attractive game if you’re willing put in the time, money, and effort required in order to build a moderately competitive profile – in comparison to most average Roblox Players. Unfortunately though, much like Clash of Clans or any other pay-to-play games out there, Roblox tends to be just as costly. And as much as I’d like to oppose this statement, there’s not much I can do to defend the good old game. Frankly, things have changed for the multi-million dollar game franchise, and it’s not that this wasn’t expected. Knowing Roblox’s intentions to expand to multiple platforms, it’s understandable that funding was required. Taking into account the amount the investment required to diversify, it seems as if Roblox needed to begin introducing better ways of funding their projects, but that doesn’t necessarily give them the right to monetize on all their users, right?
For years users had to sacrifice gameplay in order to increase Roblox’s bottom line, and this statement isn’t anything new to a seasoned Roblox player. For instance, many years ago there used to be a currency called “tix” or more commonly referred to as “tickets”, which would be used to purchase goods and could be collected by creating new items, or logging into your Roblox account on a daily basis. Unfortunately, Roblox saw people “taking advantage” of this system they had implemented, and began working diligently to rid of the system entirely. Although Roblox never specified an exact reason as to why they discontinued this system, it’s pretty apparent that it had everything to do with the good old dollar. So if you’re unfortunate and DO NOT have the means to purchase a monthly subscription of