Getting your family together for a game of laser tag is an easier way to keep track of the kids than ear tagging, which requires tranquilizer guns. Gather your herd sans violence with today's Groupon to Laser Assault in Provo. Choose between the following options:
- For $24, you get 30 minutes of laser tag and one nine-hole round of mini golf for four players (a $48 value).
- For $30, you get one hour of laser tag and one nine-hole round of mini golf for four players (a $68 value).
Laser Assault provides laser- and black-light-assisted entertainment in its two-level gaming facility. Stalk friends, family, total strangers, and hapless squirrels for 30–60 minutes in the barrel-littered laser-tag course, which features myriad twists, turns, and hideouts. The first-floor maze confounds players with its nooks and crannies, and the second floor finds laser-wielding groups weaving their way through a series of smoky, enemy-combatant-filled rooms. After 30 or 60 minutes of furious laser tagging, gamers can retire to the futuristic tranquility of the Shankz black-light mini-golf course, which dots its nine light-filled holes with a slew of ball-gobbling creatures and obstacles as well as caddies made out of recycled cell phones.
When a great white shark approaches with opened jaws, the last thing you want to do is swing a golf club. But when that same scenario presents itself at Laser Assault, swinging a golf club is exactly what you should do—the path through those jaws leads to one of nine holes on the black-light mini-golf course. Other menacing creatures such as snakes and T-rexes guard the remaining eight holes, which wind their way through murals of aquatic critters and verdant jungle brush.
More creepy neon wall paintings illumine Laser Assault's two-level laser tag arena, whose labyrinthine corridors twist and turn past clusters of barrels and through clouds of fog—a one-minute video grants a vivid tour. Outside the arena, only an air hockey table glows inside the arcade, a non black-light space with classic games such as Hoop Fever—the more exciting sequel to Hoop Indifference.
Central Business District
264 N 100 W
Provo, Utah 84601Get Directions