Laser tag puts a technological spin on a classic childhood game while avoiding the safety issues of playing Red Rover on motorcycles. Take aim with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $15 for two rounds of laser tag for four (a $40 value)
- $25 for two rounds of laser tag for six (a $60 value)
- $27 for all-day Game Pod passes for four (an $80 value)
- $125 for a value party package for up to 12 (a $250 value)
In each Game Pod, up to two players face off in games such as Halo 4, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Ninja Gaiden II, and Shaun White Snowboarding using an Xbox and a flat-screen television. Parties include laser tag, black-light mini golf, video games, email invitations, basic supplies, and credits toward future visits.
Lightning Lazer Tag
H.G. Wells first imagined a ray gun in his 1898 novel, The War of the Worlds. It took almost a century, though, before Milton Bradley’s first Star Trek-inspired electronic phasers allowed people to zap someone else with a ray of light. Now officially living in the future, these light-wielding marksmen settle their duels in the darkened halls of Lightning Lazer Tag, downing opponents with a mixture of Wild West bravado and whiz-bang space-age weaponry.
If players tire of navigating murky passageways and blasting friends, they can decamp to a nine-hole indoor miniature-golf course, which challenges bodies and minds with devious obstacles cast in the permeating glow of a black light. Competitive shouts and digital chatter drifts from linkable video game systems, which let players choose from more than 40 games.