HERO PRODUCT: Brainbox

The Brainbox range looks set for further success in 2012.
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Green Board Games is looking to further build on the awareness and popularity of the BrainBox Games range. BrainBox is a simple game.

All players have to do is look at a card for ten seconds and then answer a question on what they have seen by rolling a dice. Green Board Games believes it is educational, with tie-ups with the Natura History Museum, Science Museum, Historical Royal Palaces, National Gallery and Imperial War Museum, among others.

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