Bounce, Candy, Bounce: Adults only Candy Crush Jelly Saga Bouncy Castle openâs on Londonâs Southbank | DMA

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Bounce, Candy, Bounce: Adults only Candy Crush Jelly Saga Bouncy Castle openâs on Londonâs Southbank


King Digital Entertainment has opened its multi-sensory Bouncingham Castle on the Southbank in London for the curious (grownup) fans to celebrate its brand new Candy Crush Jelly Saga game. Candy Crush Jelly sage is the latest instalment of global mobile gaming phenomenon, Candy Crush. Singer Alesha Dixon launched the Bouncingham Castle last night. The structure, which appears to be made up of hundreds of blocks of raspberry and lime jelly, stands at seven metres high and eleven metres wide, as tall as a house and the length of a double decker bus and took team of 25 over six weeks to create.

King Digital Entertainment explained that Bouncingham Castle (hot on the heels of grown-up colouring books and the adult ball pond) is a one-of-a-kind experience for adults to connect with their inner kid. The addictive Candy Crush Sage has been a firm favourite with commuters when it comes to mobile games. Bouncingham Castle will aim to bring the same amount of fun to those visiting the Southbank by bringing elements of the game play to life. The jelly themed castle encompasses a range of multi-sensory elements, emitting fragrant, raspberry jelly-scented clouds from within its walls and making noises from the game when jumpers bounce on certain candy squares. It will also replicates the game’s new competitive element and introduce visitors to Candy Crush Jelly Saga’s latest character, the Jelly Queen

Bouncinhgam Castle open its door to the public at 10am on 3rd March and will remain open until 6pm on Saturday 5 March 2016. The jelly-like castle can be found on the Southbank at 2 More London Place, The Riverside, London SE1 2JP (outside City Hall). The experience will be completely free of charge, offering visitors the chance to bounce away the night or day with views of Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast and the Tower of London.

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