Bouncy boxing is a sizzling hot game for all
types of events. Worthy opponents, wearing oversized well-padded boxing gloves, climb into a completely air filled boxing
ring and try to knock each other down. A referee calls the shots as the action heats up, with each round ending when a participant
scores a point by knocking their opponent down. First boxer who gets three points wins the match. Each match lasts approx.
3-5 minutes. Indoor or shady outdoor area is recommended. Dimensions: 13’X 13’ Electrical requirements: 110 volts
drawing 20 amps.
You don’t have to jump off a cliff to
have fun with a bungee cord. The Bungee Running is the horizontal version of the popular sport of Bungee jumping. Two participants
wear body harnesses strapped to Bungee cords. Each participant has a 35’ alley to race as far down as they can before....Boing!
The Bungee cord pulls them backward onto the inflatable cushioned runway.
The middle wall is marked in 1-foot increments
to measure distance traveled by placement of a baton or contestants can grab prizes at designated points along the alley.
Dimensions: 35’L X 10’W X 7’H. Electrical requirements: 110volts drawing 20 amps.
As seen on the popular televisions show "The
American Gladiators." This game is thrilling! The game involves two participants climbing onto adjustable height podiums (from
3’ to 6’), and standing in the middle of a 24’ X 16’ platform. The Gladiators then strike each other
with oversized foam padded jousting poles trying to knock one another off. This game is completely safe as Gladiators wear
padded gloves head and face protection and fall into a 24" deep inflated cushion that is surrounded by a 4’ tall inflated
walls making it impossible to roll off. Electrical requirements: 120 volt 20 amp circuit.
Honey, I blew up the foosball Table - and what
fun we are having! Participants become the players in a larger than life size (50’ X 30’) version of the all time
favorite tabletop game of Foosball. Players are harnessed to bungee cords, which restrict their range of movement and encourages
team playing. This is a great crowd pleaser and, who knows maybe a future Olympic event? Two teams of five on each side. Electrical
requirements: 110 volts drawing 20amps.