10 Best Roblox anime games

Fuel your anime obsession with these absurd creations.

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Looking for a quality anime game on Roblox can be an endless road. There are hundreds to choose from, but there’s only a rare handful that masterfully parody those they are themed after. Even if you have a console to play legitimate licensed anime games, each of the following 10 Roblox games proves they have enough personality and replayability to be just as great.

10. Dragon Blox Ultimate

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It wouldn’t be an anime list without some hint of Dragon Ball inside. With over 90 million visits, Dragon Blox Ultimate is the quintessential Dragon Ball Z and Roblox crossover to play. From its facial designs to its Saiyan animations, there’s not much difference between this and the actual thing. On top of that, the gigantic map inside is filled with many recognizable faces that are quite challenging. 

9. Hero Academy Tempest

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Created more than a decade ago, Hero Academy Tempest doesn’t seem to age or waiver in audience size. There’s always a fair number of people in the server, but they aren’t the friendliest. The reason being, like the show it is based off, the game allows players to be in the Hero or Villain faction and then go into quests against the other side. The RPG has a number of these missions to jump into and an in-depth skill tree to unlock a range of attacks.

8. Swordburst 2

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Nothing against the Sword Art Online games, but Swordburst 2 is a likely a better representation of the show. Players can discover swords, level up characters, and also make it up the show-inspired 100-floor layout. The combat may not be as fluid as other games, but fighting NPCs and wondering deeper into the map makes it worth the playthrough.

7. Heroes Online

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Also inspired by My Hero Academy, Heroes Online focuses more on team effort and nurturing your character to be the best fighter they can be. It’s a fairly thorough RPG, with typical elements like upgradable weapons and a complex leveling system. You can also build a party of up to five friends to team up in all of its 35 main quests.

6. Anime High School

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If you’re browsing around for something a bit more light-hearted, Anime High School is a great fit for you. You won’t be taking a test or anything of the sort, though. Rather, users see this as a great sandbox to cause trouble in, with the large school having many odes to major anime shows.

5. Attack on Titan: Downfall

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Yes, Attack on Titan: Liberty is a great game with some excellent lore included from the series. However, its community seems to be shrinking due to most heading toward Attack on Titan: Downfall. The game is a worthy successor that has many less bugs and much smoother attacks. Like the show, you and the rest of the online players are tasked with defending a city against large, ferocious Titan to earn XP and upgrade weapons.

4. Ro-Ghoul

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Although based on Tokyo Ghoul, the game is something of a cops and robbers RPG. As Ghouls look to eat NPC humans, the CCG faction must protect them. Players can choose to join either of the two, and succeeding in these objectives will increase the reputation and earn you the strength to make you a top-ranked player in your respective group. It’s certainly the darkest and most unique of Roblox anime games. 

3. Anime Fighting Simulator

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This game will eventually be higher on the list one day, but it hasn’t been out long enough to patch some game-breaking bugs. However, this hasn’t stopped it from having almost 400 million visits. The game’s biggest selling point is that users can customize their avatars to form a replica of their favorite anime character to join in on big online fighting tournaments. It may sound like a brief experience, but new content is being added each month for optimal player creation.

2. Blotch

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If you’re a fan of the Bleach series, this is your game. Made in 2019, its a young RPG that strives in its diverse, show-inspired player movements and weapons. Bouncing off of roofs and dropping down with sword slashes to groups of enemies can be an addicting activity. However, Bleach fans will find the lore inside the number of worlds to be most appealing.

1. Anime Cross 2

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Like Anime Fighting Simulator, Anime Cross 2 revolves around almost every big-name Japanese anime. Although you can create your avatar, there are 60 pre-made characters with individual skill sets – something you really can’t find elsewhere. But, it’s not an RPG like the rest. It’s primarily a team-based objective game, with a fair share of solo modes and a battle royale. In short, it’s the highest quality anime game with a whole lot of content.