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Testing Sites are websites used by the ROBLOX Corporation to test potential ROBLOX updates. Typically, when ROBLOX opens a testing site, a system-wide announcement will be placed on the main ROBLOX website with a link to the testing site. Unlike the regular site, assets users might acquire while playing on the testing site may be deleted at any moment, and all progress that occurs on the testing site will not roll over onto the main website.

List of Testing Sites

Test SiteDescription Currently accessible to players This testing site displayed the 2012 version of ROBLOX and was used to test future game updates, such as the Mega Place feature. Note that the www. in front of is required.

Yes No specific tests are known to have been performed on this site Yes This test site is typically for testing new game features. Unlike the other testing sites, this site does not have the forums or commenting enabled. Currency trading is re-enabled. Yes This testing site is considered unplayable and is speculated to be a website for tests held by the ROBLOX administrators. Unlike the other test sites, players cannot play games on this website, and a SSL error occurs when one tries to register an account. However, when this gametest site came back up, anyone can create an account, only through a Facebook login. Yes Like gametest4, players cannot play games on this website, however this time, you can create an account on ROBLOX without getting the SSL error. It is speculated that this is also a website used by the ROBLOX administrators. This testing site was partially merged with sitetest3. Yes No specific tests are known to have been performed on this site No The alert url test for Google has been performed; opened for users for a few hours. No This website was partially merged with gametest5. No This test site was used to test out the economy of ROBLOX. For approximately two hours, each user who logged onto the site received R$100,000 to spend within the site. Further tests were conducted after this test where users received R$1M.


Phishing Websites

Many users create a fake ROBLOX website claiming to be a test site and/or gives free robux. Do not visit any testing site that does not have or domains, as they are simply trying to steal accounts by tricking you into giving them information.

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