It's still 118rmb for an hour (more on that later), rubber-soled socks still cost 10rmb and you still have to sign a waiver that says it's your fault if you kill yourself. No deposit here, though! At least I didn't pay one. Quick and easy to get in.
Look at all these trampolines!
It's no 6,000 square meter warehouses, but there're trampoline basketball hoops, slides, a pumping pop soundtrack, neon flashing lights and a ton of trampolines. Plus a court for some sort of VR game. Didn't get to try that. Parkourists (parkourians? Parkourers) don't get your hopes up, the obstacle courses are short, kid-sized and not particularly difficult.
It feels very family-oriented. Lots of kids getting under your feet. Also a fair number of tweens on dates. The foam pits were especially treacherous, as they will completely swallow anyone under 1.5 meters. There was a dedicated attendant who spent most of his time hoisting eight-year-olds out by the scruff of the neck.
Still recommended for everyone. Some dudes found space to practice backflips before a rapt audience of twelve-year olds, the foam pits were a delightful foray into consequence-free airtime, the basketball hoops are high enough to challenge someone who's six foot something and it's a great vibe in there. Everyone seemed to really be enjoying themselves. Remember fun?
Heartily recommend a stretch beforehand if you work a desk job and it's been years since you had fun.
Access is only via the entrance on Xingyi Lu. It was 118rmb for an hour when I went, though evidently that's the price for members, and the price sheet at the front suggests it should be 150rmb for non-members. I still payed 118rmb. It's 196rmb for two hours or 239rmb for three hours. "Guardian cards" cost 58rmb per hour, but don't allow jumping.
You can keep the socks.