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Roblox's predecessor was known as Interactive Physics, which was founded by Knowledge Revolution in 1989.
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Roblox was initially known as GoBlocks from March 2002 to November 2003.
GoBlocks was changed to DynaBlocks during its first beta stage, which spanned from December 12, 2003 to January 30, 2004, and was only seen in a mockup of the site.
DynaBlocks was renamed Roblox in February 2004 during the second half of its development. This change was made because the developers believed the name DynaBlocks would be difficult for users to remember.
This logo was used on the website during the latter half of its development and beta testing from April 2005. It was also used on T-shirts from 2006 to 2008.
Roblox was officially launched in 2006. Even after the end of its usage, this logo was still used on shirts made by the user ROBLOX, on the outfits of guest accounts until 2016, on the site banner until 2009, and was on the PayPal Builders' Club website.
2007–2009 (secondary), 2009-2010 (primary)
The logo's color and design were slightly modified in 2007. Until 2009, it was a secondary logo used for merchandising and appeared as the welcome decal in the 2008 "Happy Home in Robloxia" map.
In 2010, the logo was modified again, this time sporting a new three-dimensional look. This logo was used on events and games from 2012 to 2015 and was used on sister websites until 2017.
In 2014, a prototype logo was created but never used, as the 2015 logo replaced it.
Roblox introduced this logo on their Twitter account on November 2, 2015. Before the day ended, they added this logo to the home page. This time taking on a flatter design similar to the 2006 and 2009 logos.
On January 10, 2017, Roblox introduced an entirely new logo for the first time in nearly 11 years, set partially in the Gill Sans Ultra Bold typeface.
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