Fox is getting crazy with the game shows these days. The network has ordered a competition series called Big Bounce Battle, in which contestants try to complete a trampoline obstacle course, Variety reports. The series is being developed by Endemol Shine, the competition series powerhouse behind shows like Big Brother and MasterChef. Versions of the show already air in Europe.

Big Bounce Battle is described as "a competition series in which contestants race the clock, and gravity, as they attempt to conquer spectacular trampoline obstacle courses as fast as they can," according to Variety. "The trampoline tracks become more difficult as the series progresses, testing speed, strength, balance and timing, meaning contestants will literally face the ups and downs on the fun-packed tracks, all the way to the final, where the fastest bouncer will claim victory and take home a cash prize."

So it's like American Ninja Warrior meets Slamball. I hope Big Bounce Battle gets sponsored by the other BBBs, Better Business Bureau and Big Baller Brand.

Fox has been on a weird game show tear lately, also ordering The Masked Singer, in which celebrities perform karaoke while wearing elaborate, face-and-body-hiding costumes; Mental Samurai, wherein Rob Lowe guides competitors through something called a "mental obstacle course;" and Spin the Wheel, which is Wheel of Fortune but with trivia questions instead of word puzzles.