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Discover your child's BrainBox personality!

Ever wondered how your child sees the world? Find out by taking the BrainBox personality quiz! It only takes 2 minutes and gives a great insight into how they think.

A quick Q&A with YGI winner of 2016

Picking the brilliant mind of Young Games Inventor winner of 2016, Sebastian Fleming-Smith!

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The fantastic game ideas have come in, been shortlisted, and now it's time for the public to vote!

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