Operators around the world continue to realise the benefits of Gosetto’s immersive attractions.

The Italian amusements giant is currently developing a four-storey Fun House for travelling show group, Myers International Midways.

The 13.5m tall attraction will feature over 26 tricks, including a rotating barrel, rotating carpet, jumping footboard, suspending bridges and a spiral slide from the fourth floor.

In Switzerland, meanwhile, amusement group Reymond has purchased its own four-storey Fun House. Due to open in July, the ‘Coco Bongo’ attraction will include 34 tricks and amusement elements.