Kids love to tell us about the endless list of things to do on Minecraft, from building large cities to exploring and fighting zombies. Here’s what they have taught us about Minecraft so far.
Over the past couple of years, Roblox has been the talk of the town. According to MMO Population, Roblox has roughly 22.69 million subscribers and a whopping 862,400 users playing each day on PC. That’s almost double the active players it had in December 2020.* With it being one of the most mentioned games during our Youth Trend Spotting calls with kids.
However, there is another powerhouse kids can’t stop talking about: Minecraft is reclaiming attention among players. On the surface, the two games look similar down to their blocky textures and similar audience. Both games are also accessible; kids don’t have to splurge on in-game currency to enjoy the game, and they are each available to play on multiple devices. However, during our YTS calls, kids explain how the two video games are immensely different, and Minecraft remains a firm favourite among many.