Bounce houses go by many names throughout the world and United States. They go by the names moonwalk, bouncers, bouncies, and brincas. Many times it depends on what part of the country you are in and what the people call the bouncers. There are even terms for them in different languages. That is where the term brinca comes from.
Brinca is the Spanish word for jumper. Many kids at birthday parties or events scream out, "Brinca brinca!" They see the jumper or brinca, as they call it and instantly get excited about bouncing on the brinca.
Bouncers are fun for every one, whatever you may call them. They come in many different colors, themes, shapes, and sizes. Almost every cartoon character has a bounce that is shaped after them on the market. Many kids love those bounce houses, but others still love the basic bounces. Once the kids get inside the bounce houses they don't really care what is on the outside. They still call bounce houses all kinds of different terms like brincas.
Manufacturers of bounce houses even call them different terms. Some call the bouncers moonwalks. Some call them bouncers. Still others call them jumpers. Manufacturers pretty much make bounce houses in the same way though. They all make the basic square box bounce and vary them up based on color or theme. Not all make their inflatables up to the same standards however.
The language of fun is truly universal. No matter what you call a bounce house, kids love to bounce on them for their party.