Blockate on RBLX! (Underrated Game)
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I'm a game hopper on Roblox. Unlike most, I don't particularly stick to one game whether it be simulators, to cafes, to tycoons, but some games along my journey have caught my attention from being unique unlike the rest. In this blog, I'm going to be discussing a highly underrated game that I think needs some more attention.
The game I am referring too is Blockate, a Roblox game where you have unlimited imagination for creativity. Think of it as a mini roblox studio. With a simple "!ctrlbuild" in the Roblox chat, your mind can be let free and have your ideas matched with in-game mechanics and obstacles. You start with a simple platform and a fully compatible GUI at your fingertips, which grant you access to every color you can think of, the block type, the shape, and even the size of the block allows you to create intricate builds inside of your world, not to mention advanced options like transparency, light, and if the block collides with players or not. The party doesn't stop there, as another element of game can be located at the bottom right of your screen, it's called Blux.
I personally have never seen "virtual-currency" games like this one. Sure, most popular games I see have “Coins” or “Gems” as their currency’s which is good, but not great. In my opinion, this game has a great currency because it can change how people play. For instance, people can buy Blux with robux and you, as the player, can set up a in-game shop for different items you want people to buy with those Blux. If you had no shop, Blux can also be earned just by players inside of your world overtime with a withdraw system. If you want your game popular, the best way to approach that is inviting your friends to the world. The more people you have inside of it, the more players can see it in the main menu.
One of my best friends and I have made multiple games from impossible obbys, to custom minigames where one decides to split or steal Blux from one another. Currently, we’re working on a labrynth-type puzzle where players have to go through obstacles to get their way out. Along the way, players can find hidden objects that could help them through out. Once the game is complete we hope to get the game featured. Getting a game featured earns a spot in the “Featured” tabs on the main menu and a nice badge on the side of the game reads “Featured”. The only downside to having a featured game is the need for Blux. You can create a shop, but not beg for Blux in the title. If a title reads “Obby for 100k Blux” that will not be featured.
If you like building anything you can dream of, whether it be a house to a full sized mansion, than Blockate is the perfect roblox game for you. I think this game is highly underrated in terms of player count because I don’t think one thousand players daily doesn’t match up to a fantastic sandbox game. Just remember one thing. There are no limits.