The 1984 Strategic Defensive Initiative—code-named Star Wars—sought to relieve nuclear tensions by establishing an international laser-tag league and rebranding the United Nations as the Jedi Council. Continue the peacemaking process with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $25 for 90 minutes of open-play laser tag for 2 (a $50 value)
- $49 for 90 minutes of open-play laser tag for 4 (a $100 value)
- $69 for 90 minutes of open-play laser tag for 6 (a $150 value)
- $99 for 90 minutes of open-play laser tag for 10 (a $250 value)
CMP Tactical Lazer Tag
A bomb has been planted, and each passing tick threatens to steal what is rightfully yours: victory. Laser tag guns and teamwork can stop it, along with the ability to crack the code. There's just one more problem—a rival team dead set on chaos. This type of game, called "Search and Destroy," is just one of a dozen mission types at CMP Tactical Lazer Tag's locations. The CMP empire has spread to four cities in three states: Milwaukee, Des Moines, Frankfort, and Lake Geneva. At each one, the staff breaks up games into different sessions and multiple objective-based tasks, such as rescuing hostages or pulling off a heist so players never have to pay for ice cream again.
Depending on the location, these tactical missions might take place indoors or outside. In Des Moines, The Plaza surrounds teams in two levels with multiple buildings and a balcony, which offers elevated views of opponents. Geneva's The Wasteland, on the other hand, claims to be the "largest dedicated outdoor laser tag battlefield in the world." Stacks of lumber and buildings forged from railroad ties grant precious cover, as does the natural foliage. Regardless of the location, sessions begin in the armory, where players suit up in all the requisite laser tag gear.
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