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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 zapping the opposing team’s members, deactivating their base stations, and tagging arena targets. A typical play experience is 15 minutes in length, which includes a briefing on roles and strategy, a stop in the vesting room to pick up a laser and vest, and then intense competition in the arena.
battleBLAST Laser Tag offers an experience different from any currently available in Las Vegas. Stepping into our 5,800 sf, multi-level arena is like walking into your own live action video game filled with unfriendly foes, pulsating music, and intermittent flashes of light and color breaking through the foggy darkness to bombard the player’s senses.
Players begin their battleBLAST experience by entering the Briefing Room. This begins the instructional phase where a qualified staff member (marshal) explains the game, the objectives, and the rules.
After players have been briefed, they enter into the Vesting Room – a ready room used to don the game’s gear.
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 phasers utilize a green laser light beam and a LCD screen for a direct messenger service to enhance the game-play experience.
The vest/phaser pack is a combined pack weight of 5.4 lbs, an industry low – suitable for players 42" or taller.
Games are played every 15 minutes.
1 game: $8.50 per player
2 games: $16.00 per player
3 games: $21.00 per player
Battle Blast Laser Tag reviews
I went with my family to this Lazer tag establishment. It was definitely a great experience. They have a few arcade games for the kids, and even separate rooms for parties. Overall a fairly cheap and.... more »
Took 6 16-17 year old girls here tonight. They had a great time, the laser tag is sold in 15 min. Slots, they went 3 times. There is an area to watch with limited views upstairs. I had an ice cream... more »
We took our kids here for the first time last night and I was not impressed. We purchased the all-you-can-play passes for $20 which is a really good deal. Our 12 year olds were able to play multiple times through out the night which made it definitely worth the money. The 2 female employees who were running the laser tag were very helpful and we appreciated how thorough they were in their briefs before the games(those are the reasons for the 2 stars). My issue was with the staff in the front. The 3 male employees were very unprofessional. During our 2 1/2 hour stay we saw them dancing and messing around with each other and with 3 other males who were hanging out behind the counter who either weren’t employees or were employees but not on the clock (not in uniform). The two in the black shirts spent more time dancing then actually working and I observed many times customers stood at the counter waiting for them to be waited on. There were many times I saw the 3 employees in the office behind the front cash register “socializing” with the non-workers. All of the tables were dirty and looked like they hadn’t been bused all night. We finally picked a table and cleaned it off ourselves once we realized they wouldn’t clear it for us. The one in the neon shirt was also sitting and playing on his phone multiple times. Also there were a few games that weren’t working right. Not sure if we will be return, but if we do it would only be to play laser tag.
The laser tag area is a very nice size. It has 2 levels and multiple rooms and areas to hide. I have been to several laser tag places and this is one of my favorite. The only downside is you never see the ref around. I have been several times and most of the time the groups all follow the rules and it's fun. There have been a couple times when you have older kids pushing past younger kids or kids just being a little rambunctious and there was never a ref around. The lack of the ref actualing being a ref seems to be common for most of the places I have been though.
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