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  2. Roblox Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Roblox Corporation is an American video game developer based in San Mateo, California. Founded in 2004 by David Baszucki and Erik Cassel, the company is the developer of Roblox, which was released in 2006. As of June 30, 2021, Roblox Corporation employed 1,234 people.

  3. David Baszucki - Wikipedia

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    David Baszucki (born January 20, 1963), also known by his Roblox username builderman, is a Canadian-born American entrepreneur, engineer, and inventor.He is best known as the co-founder and CEO of Roblox Corporation.

  4. List of applications using Lua - Wikipedia

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    Video games Main category: Lua_(programming_language)-scripted_video_games In video game development , Lua is widely used as a scripting language by game programmers , perhaps due to its perceived easiness to embed, fast execution, and short learning curve .

  5. Epic Games v. Apple - Wikipedia

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    Epic argued that Roblox, like Fortnite, is a metaverse, while Apple argued that Roblox is a singular game and that games within it are "experiences", comparable to individual worlds within Minecraft. As a result, in May 2021, Roblox immediately altered its branding to remove the word "game" from its website, replacing it with "experience" in an ...

  6. List of simulation video games - Wikipedia

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    Anno (1998) Anno 1602 (in the US and Australia released as 1602 A.D.) (2003) Anno 1503 (known in the US as 1503 A.D.: The New World) (2006) Anno 1701 (2007) Anno 1701: The Sunken Dragon

  7. Xsolla - Wikipedia

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    Companies that use the service include Valve, Twitch, Epic Games, Aeria Games, BigPoint Games, Gameforge, Ankama Games, Gaijin Entertainment, Goodgame Studios, Snail Games, Chromatic Games, Digital Extremes, Ubisoft, Roblox Corporation and Rockstar Games Launcher. Commonly used also for Latin America.

  8. List of Lego video games - Wikipedia

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    Since 1995, 85 commercial video games based on Lego, the construction system produced by The Lego Group, have been released.Following the second game, Lego Island, developed and published by Mindscape, The Lego Group published games on its own with its Lego Media division, which was renamed Lego Software in 2001, and Lego Interactive in 2002.

  9. 2020 in video games - Wikipedia

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    Mobile games accounted for over $73.8 billion or 58% of the market, with computer games at $33.1 billion and console games at $19.7 billion. Virtual and augmented reality had about $6.7 billion , while video gaming content such as online streamers generated an additional $9.3 billion .