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Roblox

In at number one, as this year’s most searched-for game is Roblox. The multiplayer digital platform allows users to design their own games which other Roblox fanatics can also compete in. [Photo: Getty]

From Fortnite to slime, this year's most searched-for children's crazes

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer

Amid political uncertainty and financial drama, 2018 saw a number of adults across the globe give in to their inner child – all thanks to a number of crazes sweeping the Internet.

Whether you’re guilty of embarrassing your kids by trialling dance trend ‘The Floss‘ or can’t resist humming along to ‘Baby Shark’, this year we all tried to take life a little less seriously.

But which obsessions were the biggest talking point at the family dinner table?

From cult game Fortnite to silver screen sensation ‘The Greatest Showman’, we’ve tracked down Yahoo UK‘s most searched-for crazes of 2018.

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