A MOSHI Monster fan has won a national puzzle design competition.
Sam Mileberg, 10, of Rectory Road, Shoreham, won a daily pass to Chessington World of Adventures, £50 in Moshi goodies and a private character meet and greet with Moshi Monsters, after winning the puzzle design competition.
The competition was advertised in The Daily Growl, which is the Moshi Monsters online newspaper and called “The Puzzle Palace Challenge” where all Moshi fans were asked to design their own puzzle.
Sam’s puzzle is about one of the characters, Roary Scrawl, leading a group of Moshi Monsters through Chessington, following clues and finding things on the way.
Nanette Mileberg, Sam’s mother, said: “We are so happy and delighted that Sam won the competition, and are very proud of him.
“He has always really enjoyed drawing and doing puzzles.”
Sam said: “I feel really happy with myself and proud, as it took me a long time to do but was worth it in the end. I can’t believe I’m the winner.
“But it was very tiring and I had to be very patient with all the colouring-in. I enjoyed making all of it and I especially liked thinking up and writing the storyline.”
Sam attends Glebe Primary School, Southwick where his favourite subject is music.
The news of his success came days after his 10th birthday and the whole family will be going Chessington park next week.