Hot on the heels of grown-up colouring books and the adult ball pond comes a brand new experience for Londoners to connect with their inner kid. A giant, jelly-themed grown-up bouncy castle will pop up on the South Bank this March to celebrate the launch of Candy Crush Jelly Saga, King’s latest mobile game in the  Candy Crush franchise.

The castle has been inspired by the new jelly themed competitive game play in Candy Crush Jelly Saga. Replicating the squish and wobble of real jelly, visitors will be challenged to compete against one-another and bounce as high as possible to snatch prizes. It will encompass a range of sensory elements, bringing the world of jelly from the game to life. The castle will emit the smell of raspberry jelly within its walls – creating a fragrant cloud, and will also make noises from the game when jumpers bounce on certain squares, immersing the public in the world of Candy Crush Jelly Saga. Created to give adults the chance to play like a child again, whatever their age, Bouncingham Castle will be open for three days until 5 March on the banks of the River Thames.

At seven metres high, the bouncy castle, approximately as tall as a double decker jumbo jet, gives grown up fun the go ahead. Visitors will be able to bounce the day or night away with views of Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast and the Tower of London, transforming commuters’ favourite mobile game into a reality. Hop on over for your free bounce!

What:  A super-sized, illuminated bouncy castle especially for adults opens on the South Bank in London on 3 March. The wobble-tastic ‘Bouncingham Castle’ has been created to celebrate the launch of Candy Crush Jelly Saga, the latest instalment of hit mobile game franchise, Candy Crush.

When: Thursday 3 March – Saturday 5 March. Open 10am-8pm weekdays, 10am-6pm at the weekend.

Where: More London, Riverside, London SE1 2JP (outside City Hall). Nearest tube station: London Bridge.

Who: Open to all members of the public aged 16+. Not advised for people with heart problems, breathing difficulties, or for anyone frail or pregnant.

Cost: Free entry.