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Matrix Challenge HTML5 Game & Live finals

Concept to delivery of the Yorkshire & Humber ROCU's HTML5 game led competition, including the 2020 remote live final.


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the brief

The Matrix Challenge 2020 is an exciting cyber security program aimed at 11 to 17 year olds across the UK.

The Matrix Challenge an innovative cyber competition designed and delivered by Toasted Digital with the the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit.

Toasted Digital worked closely with the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime unit to produce a HTML5 game that tests the cyber skills of 11-17 year olds, with the end goal of identifying the top competitors who will gain a place at the live final. We've delivered both 2019 and 2020 games.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 live finals were delayed, and needed a solution. We designed a virtual final and developed a capture the flag game to crown the winners remotely. 


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project requirements

  • microsite
  • design
  • development
  • gaming
  • animation

The project

What We Delivered

We delivered the full 2019 and 2020 versions of the game, including:

  • - Strategy & Concepts
  • - Game Design and Scripts
  • - Storyboards
  • - UX Design, Illustration an Animation
  • - Responsive Development
  • - Quality Assurance Testing
  • - AWS Scalable Server management
  • - Ongoing technical Suppor


The latest Matrix Challenge was launched in January 2020 and the roadshow is well on the way to finding its eventual winner in the summer. The roadshow is visiting schools across the nation and all police regions across the UK.

Toasted Digital delivered the project to spec and on time with the game having been completed by over 60,000 students.

The project has been awarded Honors by the industry respected Awwwards website.




Yorkshire & Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit

The Regional Cyber Crime Unit (RCCU) works with the National Crime Agency and other partners, in the UK and abroad, to investigate and prevent the most serious cybercrime offences.