Inflatable Water Games

Inflatable Water Games

inflatable water games

Inflatable Water Games

Inflatable water games are becoming increasingly popular and offer kids a fun way to cool off and play outdoors. However, like any other form of recreation, there is the potential for injury or drowning. Church youth leaders should educate their young people on how to play these games safely.

This inflatable water park comes with a double-sided slide, climbing wall, splash pool and water cannons. It inflates in just three minutes and is easy to set up and connect to your water hose.


Splasher is a 2D platformer that wears its influences on its sleeve from start to finish. Its colorful cartoon aesthetic looks like a mixture of a bit of Oddworld with a healthy dose of Rayman Origins and Legends (not too surprising since developer Romain Claude honed his level design chops on those games) but also offers up some truly nifty gameplay.

Unlike some of its contemporaries that have a inflatable water games hard time keeping their mechanics fresh Splasher does a good job of introducing new elements and ideas at a steady pace. Early levels give you a chance to get comfortable with the basic jumping and shooting capabilities of your character, while later stages will introduce more fluids such as pink ink that sticks to surfaces allowing you to crawl along walls or the ceiling and yellow goop that gives you a trampoline-like bounce to propel yourself to higher heights.

These new additions don’t feel like simple gimmicks either, as each one comes with a clear purpose and challenge. The game also does a great job of putting the purpose of each level above its visual presentation, often designing locations to test the player’s ability to engage with all of the elements at once. There are plenty of recurring obstacles and enemies that you’ll have to learn how to attack at just the right moment, but each one gets a new twist to keep things feeling fresh.

Water Balloon Toss

Water balloon games are the best way to add some excitement to any outdoor party. They’re perfect for parties with kids and adults alike, and they encourage teamwork while providing a healthy dose of competition. The fun is in the watery action and beating your opponents – it doesn’t matter what age or gender, anyone can participate!

Start by splitting the players into teams of two. Have the teammates stand a few feet apart and begin tossing water balloons back and forth between them. Each time a balloon is successfully caught, the tossing partner takes a step back. Continue the round, increasing the distance by three-foot increments. The last player standing is the winner.

You can also change the rules slightly to make it more difficult. Try adding a hula hoop, or you could require players to take a seat when their water balloon pops. This is a great game for younger children, as it’s easy to play and doesn’t involve any running.

You can even take this game a step further by creating an obstacle course for players to run through. It can be as simple as a “across the yard and back” or more complex with cones, zig-zags, and ropes. Once the course is set, have each player attempt to complete it while holding a water balloon in their hand without dropping it.

Water Volleyball

Water volleyball is a fun and challenging game that is great for building endurance and strength. It also helps players develop better timing and overall fitness, as it involves all the muscles of the body. The sport is most commonly played in what is called a sports pool, which typically has a depth of about 3.5 to 4 feet. This depth is ideal because it is deep enough to provide a challenging workout but not so deep that shorter players struggle to move around in the water.

The rules of the game are very similar to that of court volleyball, though there are some differences in the fact that the water limits the movement of players. A team can be composed of four or six players, and the game is typically played to 11, 15, or 25 points. It is important for all players to understand the rules of the game before playing, and they should always play in a sportsmanlike fashion.

The equipment for water volleyball is quite minimal; all that is required is a body of water, a net, and a bouncy waterproof ball. A regular volleyball can be used for casual games, but a special waterproof ball with a plastic or vinyl coating inflatable water games that is resistant to chlorine and other harsh chemicals is necessary for a competitive water volleyball game.

Water Dodgeball

The fun of water balloons meets the thrill of dodgeball in this inflatable game. Divide players into teams and have them race to the center of the field to get a water balloon from a bucket in the middle of the playing area. Each player then throws water balloons at their opponents from their side of the yard. Only aim for arms and legs – no head shots! The first team to eliminate all the opponents wins. This inflatable water game is a great addition to any party or event and helps promote friendly competition.

The classic game of dodgeball and an inflatable bounce house come together in this interactive rental from Y&G Inflatables LLC. Up to four players compete in this high energy game. Each player wears a helmet and tries to score in the other’s goal to win. This is a great inflatable game for kids of all ages and is a sure crowd pleaser at any party.