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Is Minecraft better than Roblox?

The world’s largest online multiplayer gaming platform is made by Roblox, a free-to-play entertainment company. But, Roblox isn’t just an open-world game, and it’s not really made for younger audiences. And yet, Roblox is so immensely popular with kids that they seem to primarily make their games out of Roblox.

Many major franchises, including Stranger Things, Star Wars, Halo, Mass Effect, CS GO and DC, have entire games built out of Roblox.
So Roblox is expanding as well: it’s nearing 150 million players.

Not a bad track record for a startup that launched in the bedrooms of teenage programmers in 2002. And it’s the first of many franchises you might see emerge in the months and years ahead from this young startup.

Making games out of Roblox

Sure, Minecraft and Roblox share similarities. But, it’s too early to call the whole thing a draw. Even though rapping sensation Lil Nas X couldn’t resist hosting a Roblox concert for his fans.

On one hand Roblox is so much more better than Minecraft that I feel sorry for the poor bastard that’s been stuck in a computer for the last 16 years. On the other hand I feel sorry for my poor computer. What will happen when they retire it? Will it have to run Minecraft? Will we all be forced to make a return trip to Grand Theft Auto 3? If so, that really sucks for the loved ones we might leave behind.

What does Minecraft have that Roblox does not?

The ability to create, level, and play in an endless world in which players and creators can interact in unique ways, bringing the world of Minecraft to life.

You can even play Minecraft in VR, creating the ultimate virtual space by fully immersing yourself in a virtual space with an unlimited supply of diamonds, blocks that allow you to build anything!

Could it be that Minecraft is better than Roblox, or at least that it’s more entertaining? Is it possible for Minecraft to overtake Roblox in the coming years? I’m not sure. But, based on some recent data, it looks like Minecraft’s popularity is gaining.

Is Minecraft just more popular? Is Roblox just more entertaining? Maybe.

Anniversary Celebration Survival

Official Planet Minecraft 10 Year Anniversary Server!

Welcome to the official Planet Minecraft 10 Year anniversary server!
Planet Minecraft launched on November 8th, 2010. Over the past 10 years, the community has grown up playing Minecraft while sharing their creative content and making short and long term friends.

Members join from over 180 countries, some come and go, some stay and find a home within our online community. Some members even find their life long partners or establish careers with skills honed by playing or customizing the game. The diversity of members and paths they follow is hard to comprehend.

Overall, has become more than just a simple gaming website to its members and visitors. We’re celebrating the 10 year journey by looking back at our history, recognizing the members around us and imagining what the future will bring.

cake Jump on our server and explore our 10 Year Anniversary Museum designed by TomConn dedicated to the history of PMC, community members and our creative content.

  • No inappropriate/foul language (profanity).
  • No exploiting, hacking, x-ray, duping, or anything else that adds an unfair advantage or causes damage to the server.
  • Be respectful to everyone. This includes staff members and players.
  • No advertising of any kind (Minecraft & Discord Servers, personal YouTube, etc).
  • No bypassing punishments. This includes things such as alternative methods in-game and alt-accounts.
  • No spamming.
  • No inappropriate usernames, skins, capes or item names.
  • No AFK grinding (this includes automatic methods, such as auto clicker, changing controls, etc).
  • Use common sense.
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