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Best Games for Children (Part 4)

Roblox by Roblox Corporation

Categories: Casual, building, social, expandable game
Roblox took the Minecraft concept and brings kids to the world of massively multiplayer and customization like a marketplace and hub for homebrew mini-games.  Leveraging its game-construction tools, players can easily create shareable user- experiences. Featuring over 90 million active monthly users, Roblox allow players to create, buy, and sell in-game items with the virtual currency “Robux,” and discover the constantly developed games and worlds that other players are crafting.
For children who playing Roblox and learn how to construct their own mini-games and items, Roblox allow them to access to and utilize their creations and earn a split of the real-world revenue for their virtual wares creation. If the children are good enough at Roblox game creation, they could conceivably pay their own college fee with the revenues earned. Isn’t it amazing?

Kerbal Space Program by Squad

Categories: Educational, science, applied science learning
In space video games, mastering the techniques is usually not rocket science; however Kerbal Space Program is the exceptional game out of this rule which is about building and sending rockets into space with a full-fledged space-program simulator, presented as a “sandbox” game. In which players direct a newly formed space agency of “Kerbals” and are given tools to create, test, and launch air and space vehicles.
Players are not using arcade-style controls and physics, but using realistic orbital mechanics. For instance, to navigate a moon landing, players are going to actually orchestrate a moon landing. It’s so real.
This is not the easiest game for younger kids looking for the quick comforts and rewards rather it offers a real sense of achievement and understanding of actual rocket-science for older children. And the rewards are marvelous for those who are compelled to learn and explore science.