Roblox Car Crash Videos

Roblox Car Crash Videos

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Roblox Car Crash Videos also known as BeamNG Roblox, refers to videos of car crashes taken in the video game Roblox, edited to replicate real-life dashcam car crashes by downgrading the quality and adding audio from car crash videos. Many of the videos attempt to make the crash as realistic as possible, drawing comparisons to the game BeamNG.drive, a realistic car crash simulator, although others are ironic. The trend began as early as 2018 on YouTube and became popular on TikTok in 2022.

Origin

The earliest known Roblox[1] car crash simulator is "Car Crash Simulator" by @0xD00TD00T, created on May 6th, 2014. It has been visited over 79 million times since it was created. Since then, at least three other car crash simulators have been created on Roblox,[2] including "Car Crash System" by @DudeWhoDoesJob, created on May 11th, 2022 and gaining over 16 million visits in four months. On September 7th, 2017, YouTuber GamingWithKev uploaded a video playing Car Crash Simulator, garnering over a million views in five years (shown below).



On March 14th, 2018, YouTuber Roblox Car Crashes posted their first video, compiling numerous videos of car crashes using footage from Roblox games (shown below). The video, which gained over 21,000 views in four years, uses audio from real dashcam car crash videos and adds timestamps to the screen to make the crashes more realistic. This is the earliest known video to do this.



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Roblox Car Crashes continued to upload videos over the following years, including a popular series titled "ROBLOX Cars vs. Trains," where he shows footage of trains running into cars (example shown below, left). Other YouTubers began posting similar videos, such as Legocraze, who posted his first video on April 6th, 2019 and YouTuber dansih1810, who posted a video titled "BeamNG But it's Roblox" on September 18th, 2021 that garnered over 280,000 views in a year, although the video is not edited for enhanced realism (shown below, right).



In 2022, realistic Roblox crash videos became increasingly popular on YouTube and TikTok. On April 29th, 2022, a realistic crash video posted by YouTuber[3] Legocraze garnered over 500,000 views in five months. On June 20th, 2022, TikToker[4] @gin.on.gino posted a video of a car crashing into another character set to real dashcam audio, garnering over 11 million views in three months (shown below). On August 20th, TikToker[5] @wuhmann posted their 10th compilation of realistic crash videos, garnering over 6.8 million views in a month.


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7111434946819984686

On September 29th, Pyrocinical posted a video to the PyroLIVE YouTube channel where he reacts to Roblox car crash videos with his Twitch audience, garnering over 28,000 views in under an hour (shown below).



Various Examples


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7112174477319949610
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7112624013599427882
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7117900643657846021
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7117593454640647429

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External References

[1] Roblox – car crash simulator

[2] Roblox – car crash system

[3] YouTube – legocraze

[4] TikTok – gin.on.gino

[5] TikTok – wuhmann

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