Laser tag is a high‐tech game of computerized hide‐and‐seek, tag, and capture‐the–flag all rolled into one. The object of the game is to score points while defending oneself and one’s team’s base from attack.
Points are scored by tagging other players as well as team bases and arena targets. A typical game experience includes a briefing of game play and rules, a stop in the vesting room to pick up a vest/phasor pack, and then heading into the arena for intense competition!
Masks are Required for all guests 9+ per Nevada Mandate.
Players begin their battleBLAST experience by entering the Briefing Room. This begins the instructional phase where a qualified staff member (marshal) explains the equipment, game objectives, and the rules.
After players have been briefed, they enter into the Vesting Room. The vests are designed to be put on like a coat with front clips and adjustable side straps, allowing players of all ages, size, and physical ability to suit up without difficulty. The combined vest/phaser pack weight is an ultra‐light, industry low 5.4 lbs. The phasers utilize a green laser light beam and a LCD screen for a direct messenger service to enhance the gameplay experience. Games can be either solo or team games depending upon the amount of players. Game types can also include arena bases and targets.