The former rugby league player for Hull, England, claims the game – targeted at children aged 8 to 12 - is being used by adults to groom vulnerable youngsters after finding vile messages from a predator in the i Pad game used by his eight-year-old son. He asked his two boys, aged 8 and 11, if they used the game and they said they did, so he decided to check it out.
Shockingly within 15 minutes of playing the 33-year-old father was shown sexual positions, and told he was “sexy” and “cute”.
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Source: Supplied A mortified dad has expressed serious concerns over an online game – aimed at children - which allows strangers to contact and communicate with young kids.
Roblox, which markets itself as a gaming site for kids and teens, invites children into a virtual world to “create adventures, play games, role play and learn with their friends”.