is Minecraft and Roblox the same?
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Anyway, I will be talking about why they are the same. Before I go on to my arguments I would just like to quickly define the topic. There would be no point in debating this person if I didn't define. So, I have re-worded the topic to make more sense and fit along with my arguments: Are Minecraft and Roblox alike? This new topic makes a whole lot more sense, because Roblox and Minecraft are not EXACTLY alike. Apparently the opposite side was going to win by saying, "Well, they aren't EXACTLY alike so I win you lose." Luckily, I thought about the topic and figured this out.
Anyway, since there are only two rounds, I will argue this round and refute his points in the next round.
1. They both build stuff. You can build your own city in Roblox and you can build your own stuff in minecraft too.
2. Both are games. Both are obviously games that you can play.
3. Both have color in them.
4. Both have the letter "R" in them.
5. Both are fun
6. Both are on the computer.
7. Both have characters in them.
Do I honestly need to go on? There are so many things that these games have that are alike. I could go on for hours talking about it. Normally I would, but I can only type 2,000 words. Maybe my opponent knew about this? Maybe he was afraid? I don't know.
I will have to wait and see in the next, or final, round.
rrock forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by salam.morcos 1 year ago
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