Published On: 13.07.2020|Categories: Company News, New Products|Tags: |

There are towns where children aged 2 to 14 are the kings… They are the KidzMondo  theme park franchise where the youngest can fly planes, work as firemen or health personnel, let their imagination run wild as miniature artists or develop their skills as scientists, among other things. Now, KidzMondo and Amusement Logic have partnered to jointly develop water areas in these cities.

Four characters make the activities for children in KidzMondo more familiar and entertaining: Kozmo, a 10-year-old boy who loves sports, technology and adventure, especially those that can be experienced by the whole family; Ëena, a 6-year old “miss perfect”, a very curious girl who does not stop asking questions and answering them herself with deductive reasoning; Dogzilla, the guardian of the city, where he was late in leaving when the Roman children abandoned him in ancient times; and Leeloo, a large and wise turtle, assistant to Ëena, even though she is always sleeping or daydreaming. 

In this universe of imagination and reality on a small scale, Amusement Logic proposes a new concept of water games for outdoor areas. These are the KidzMondo SplashPads, no-depth water spaces for fun and playful recreation, where symbolic play becomes refreshing. The Academy of Space, the City in Movement or the School of Art, elements that make up the original city, are now ideal motifs for the particular theme of the KidzMondo Splash Pads.

The KidzMondo SplashPad is now part of our catalogue, in a fusion that brings together the potential of both installations, all in a safe, colourful and fun environment. Water is thus added, as an excellent complement, to make the KidzMondo city experiences more complete. So that, through educational, but also enjoyable activities, children understand the adult world and strengthen psychomotor skills, cognitive development, emotional intelligence and socialization.

For more information, visit the KidzMondo or the Amusement Logic websites.