Galaxy America, the Florida-based manufacturer of interactive action games, has launched a new range of family-centric motorised adventure courses, Galaxy Ninja.

Galaxy will official unveil the new attractions at the fifth Annual International Association of Trampoline Parks Conference and Trade Show in Palm Springs, California, next week.

With suspended upper body challenges and floor-mounted obstacles, most Ninja Warrior-style courses are geared towards athletic users.

The innovation for the Galaxy Ninja courses was birthed when the company canvassed 50 of its clients across the US, UK and Europe and learned that a less intimidating course for users of all ages was needed.

Galaxy’s goal was to build an innovative attraction that was challenging, yet fun, for the whole family. Production of the Galaxy Ninja courses commenced in June 2017.

“We closely monitored the increasing popularity of the Ninja Warrior courses, and while this type of activity is perfect for an athletic person, the average patron in a trampoline park would struggle to compete,” said Robin Whincup, president of Galaxy America.

“This is why we created our courses. Most trampoline parks are family-oriented, and the concept of Galaxy Ninja is to create an interactive adventure course that anyone over 4ft tall can participate in. The entire family can take part and have fun.”

The Galaxy Ninja courses are designed in 30ft x 20ft, 30ft x 15ft and 30ft x 10ft modules, allowing the company to configure a course to any shape or size to suit the client’s budget and floor space.