Roblox creators earned enough from their game mode to found their own development studio. Calling themselves now Uplift Games, the Adopt Me! creators prove that Roblox may be developing the next generation of game developers.

Roblox Adopt Me!creators found Uplift Games

The development team behind Adopt Me on Roblox can finally develop games beyond Roblox. The 40-odd fellows behind the game mode founded Uplift Games using the earnings they got from creating Roblox content. Roblox shares 70% of content purchases with its creators, which makes creating content for the game very profitable to creators. Their successful business model helped them gain traction when the company went public.

Adopt Me prides itself on being one of the most popular games in Roblox. It has 20 billion visits as of February 2021 and has over 60 million monthly active users.

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Uplift Games say they will continue supporting the 2017 game mode. However, this new studio will also help them pursue other projects. Director of Business Operations Josh Ling says,

“While we've been developing Adopt Me as a team for almost four years now, Uplift Games is a huge step forward in bringing our vision to the games industry,”

The team doesn't only have Roblox creators, Uplift Games qualifies. Instead, the team combines “the best people from the worlds of Roblox and traditional game development.”

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We're looking forward to what Uplift Games will produce in the future. They could follow up on their success with Adopt Me by creating more content for the Metaverse. Meanwhile, we're sure that they're itching to make their own original games moving forward. “There are so many exciting things on the horizon for Adopt Me and Uplift Games that we can’t wait to share with you,” says Ling.

By the name of the company, it seems like they'll continue making family-friendly games. Only time will tell what they have up their sleeves.