Melbourne Dj Hire worked at a kids party the other day where the clients had booked a virtual wall to entertain their guests. The event was for a 13th birthday where there was a mix of parents, family and a range of different age groups. As well as dancing to what the Melbourne DJ was playing the clients wanted an interactive activity to keep the kids moving and engaged and surprisingly a lot of the adults got involved in the virtual wall as well.
The virtual wall was steel frame with light up buttons that were placed at the cross sections of the steel frame, then once the game is activated the lights turn on and the player must try to hit as many lights as possible in 30 seconds. This virtual wall is very similar to the whack a mole arcade game you would see at a gaming arcade.
This virtual wall was a great addition to the party as all the guests young and old got involved. The attendant had set up a whiteboard and had put up the scores from all the players and whoever got the highest score at the end of the night got a prize. There was a prize for the highest scorer under 16 and a prize for the highest scored adult as well. This meant that players lined up multiple times to beat their personal best score.Melbourne Dj Hire work at kids parties every weekend and we see a lot of different suppliers that pop up to keep the guests entertained. Bicycle smoothie blenders, tattoo artists, party starters and now we have worked with a virtual wall supplier. So if you are holding a kids party or corporate event for your staff and are looking to include something that is a little different, this virtual wall would be a great option to keep your guests entertained, active and excited about some friendly competition with