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Susan C.
Report | 9 days ago
The buffet lunch is well worth the money. Allows you and your children to eat, drink and even have ice-cream.
mike j.
Report | 2 months ago
a few too many games didnt work right or didnt award points on the card correctly
Venkat K.
Report | 2 months ago
The only problem is the Staff is shared across activities. We always have to wait for assistance.
Report | 2 months ago
Great fun!
Nicolae R.
Report | 2 months ago
A decent business with friendly, hardworking, and helpful staff. The food is good, too! Kids love it!
Nichole B.
Report | 6 months ago
The saying is true...time flies when you're having fun!
Lacy J.
Report | 7 months ago
Laser tag was a lot of fun, just as long as you don't have 12 rude, bratty children with you in there. Great deal.
Zabrina G.
Report | 7 months ago
Had a fun time with laser tag & the laser maze. It was my husband and I first time doing laser tag & we had a ball!
Ruth T.
Report | 9 months ago
We love it! The kids think it's amazing, and it's easy on the parents.
Cagney C.
Report | a year ago
I've seen better mini golf courses in the Omaha area, but the kids seemed to enjoy it so that's all that matters!
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On a sweltering day with the air abuzz with mosquitos, Eddie Reznicek stood on a miniature golf course marveling at how many people were outside putting. Determined to create a more comfortable mini golfing space, he opened The Family Fun Center XL in Omaha in 1982, where guests could play indoor golf and nearly 100 video games in the arcade. These days, a new facility shelters a black-lit 18-hole course themed around video-game heroes, heroines, and the windmills who loved them, and the arcade enthralls gamers with classics such as air hockey, skeeball, and four-player Mario Kart on 27-inch flat-screen TVs.

At the Lazer Maze, participants channel their inner spy while swiftly snaking through alarm-system lasers. This spy theme also is evident in the three-level laser-tag arena, where players dodge enemy fire amid flashing lights to soundtracks from James Bond movies. Elsewhere, a 2,500-square-foot arena littered with bunkers, crumbling brick walls, and sniper towers accommodates 7-minute paintball games or bazooka-ball battles.

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