We thought this was going to be similar to regular standard laser tag like at Brunswick Zone or something. We were completely Wrong and WE LOVED IT!!! We had SO much fun and can not wait to go back! The guns are real life guns that they transformed into laser guns. You can adjust your laser and have to reload your ammo like real life. You also wear badass military outfits. The whole arena was way more spacious and decked out to look like a little battle town. There are 84 different games like "Zombie" and "Terminator" that keeps things interesting. We also played the bumper car/demolition game. Fun!! We were celebrating a Birthday there and ate inside at Genos. The food portions were generous. The upstairs banquet center is beautiful. Will be buying another groupon!
From Our Editors
Forget about little kids running around in a cheesy quasi-futuristic setting: the laser tag at 18 North Central is as realistic as it gets. Known as iCombat, the game uses guns with lifelike sound and recoil, and it's played on a two-story battleground that requires teams to engage in authentic combat tactics to succeed.
The gaming center's other main draw is a team game dubbed Cyber Sport. Part bumper cars, part lacrosse, the game involves driving a cart around a court while trying to toss a ball into a raised goal. After a round of either activity, groups can head over to Geno's Gourmet Grub to fill up on sandwiches, burgers, and craft beer.
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