Different ranges have picked up awards and been highly commended at various ceremonies throughout the year.
Mega Bloks First Builders took gold at the at the Right Start awards with the Mega Bloks First Builders Large Tub Town Safari.
At the Rainbow Toy awards Mega Bloks Barbie won the Best Construction Toy with the Mega Bloks Barbie Build ‘n Play Super Star Stage and then won the Imaginative Role Play four to seven years category at the Creative Play Awards.
The Mega Bloks Collectors range also triumphed at the Toy Talk Awards where the Mega Bloks Halo Pelican Gunship won the Best Construction Toy category.
The Mega Bloks First Builders range has also been highly commended this year.
The range was shortlisted at the Progressive Preschool Awards for the best preschool range while the First Builders Build ‘n' Learn Table was commended at the Right Start Awards and the Large Tubtown Safari was shortlisted at the Mother and Baby awards for the Best Toddler Toy.
At the Creative Play awards, First Builders Billy Beats Dancing Piano was also highly commended. First Builders Wacky Wheels won Bronze at the Mother and Baby awards for the Best Baby Toy 12-24 Months whilst also being shortlisted at the Junior Design Awards.
Mega Bloks licensed also enjoyed a strong 2013, with the Mega Bloks Barbie Build ‘n Play Luxury Mansion commended at the Right Start Awards and Toy Talk Awards in the mini world and construction toy categories respectively.
“We are exceptionally proud of our entire construction toy range, so we are excited that this year our products have been recognised by so many influential panels of judges including the toy industry, parents and kids," said Peter Fuller, European Marketing Manager at Mega Brands.
"We are especially pleased that our core preschool brand Mega Bloks First Builders has been reinforced by so many awards and commendations.
"The build and play potential of our licensed portfolio, which includes Thomas & Friends, Barbie, Hot Wheels, Halo and Call of Duty has been recognised with further honours in this year’s awards. We look forward to winning even more awards in 2014."