By the age of 12, many children are starting to move away from the kind of toys they enjoyed in their younger days and are moving towards more grown up games that encourage them to enhance their knowledge and give them an outlet to vent to their competiveness and sportmanship.
Classics such as Risk and Trivial Pursuit are as popular now as every before, even though there are plenty of new games launched every year. There are also some great construction and science toys available that require quite complex problem-solving skills. Educational toys and models are also very good choices for this age.
Fans from around the globe can now create their very own Dark Knight stories.
If the game wins you end up being swallowed up by the dark swirling waters!
As a test of fast thinking answers to questions, Split Second has no equal.
These superb trampolines are sold complete with their unique 3G safety enclosures.
This is a brilliant board game which up to four people aged 7+ can play together.
The game is very simple to learn - just open the box and you'll be playing straight away.
The sets allow competitors to overtake each other at any point on the racing circuit.
Build five different types of planes with varying wing shapes and test them to learn how they fly.
This fantastic device is supplied with blue or pink strap colours for both boys and girls.
It's a bit like dominoes but uses counties as the playing pieces.