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KAPOW is a multi-player inflatable game where your guests race against each other through a circular inflatable obstacle course.
KAPOW’s uniqueness is the two rotating boom arms.
One arm spins in a clockwise direction designed to come into contact with the player at knee/thigh level while the second arm is spinning counter clockwise. The second arm is higher and would hit a player around the chest area.
How the inflatable KAPOW race is played:
Two guests set off at the same time at separate entrances to the game.
They will then run through set lanes that have inflatable obstacles in them.
These lanes are based on concentric circles, so participants will have to `turn back on themselves’ three times.
The game is a race, so at the end, both guestss will run down the same lane to the finish line.
They will remember your event for a long time after running a race on KAPOW!
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