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i was watching my son play a game called roblox at first it was really fun but then some guy teleporting and starting having sex to him my son said he was "exploiting" he told me he was hacking he reported the player but i think they need to stop that or give it a 18 rating.

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10 minutes ago, Keith said:

i was watching my son play a game called roblox at first it was really fun but then some guy teleporting and starting having sex to him my son said he was "exploiting" he told me he was hacking he reported the player but i think they need to stop that or give it a 18 rating.

I don't know what to suggest other than perhaps offering a different "better" game to him, one with an active online moderation team and/or software that checks the clients computer for hacks, hacked files, etc (Punkbuster). 
 

I haven't gamed for a decade or so, it was a problem then and obviously now. Some software companies invest greatly in ensuring a fair online gaming experience. I'd suggest seeking those out.

 

God bless,

William

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1 minute ago, Keith said:

thank you william but it is a actuakl fun game we just need to get better active mods on it

Yes, that'd be idea. You'd think when children are involved a company would take this kind of thing seriously. You may want to write in and express your concerns that a form of sexual molestation is taking place by what seems to be an online predator in their game.

 

I'm sure that'd raise red flags.

 

 

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Just now, Keith said:

i heard they do break these hacks but hack creators just fix it

Depends on the company and sophistication of not only the anti-cheats they place but the moderation. A sysop or (mod) should see this thing occurring in the game. Most online shooters I played in the past had a sysop available to help counter the hacking problem. Then the company released a game with "punk buster" built into its game. Before connection online the software checked the game files and memory allocations the game used in order to detect modifications. Once it flagged a player they were banned from connecting. Which reminds me, even then you'd have players jokingly "humping" other players that were in the prone position while shooting others. They weren't cheating per say, but just acting with a childish depravity.

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4 minutes ago, Keith said:

we need to stop it its corrupting kids

Well, your attention and options are probably best focused on your own household first. Either take away the game or call into the company etc. But I wouldn't punish your son because of the actions of others. I'd replace the game with something enjoyable like a trade that utilizes his hands and can ultimately help him in the workplace ha ha. In all seriousness, if it were me, I'd find a better game to replace it with, and I'd research games in the genre of his interest to find the best ones that have active moderation and anti-hack software.

 

God bless,

William

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That's usually how it goes with online games like that, there's also a lot of danger in those games for kids. They can interact with anyone online, like pedophiles for instance.

 

Im sure you probably limit how long he plays and all that. But you might consider trying to get him interested in other things.

 

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