Since the popularization of the laser handshake, the laser hug, and laser diplomacy, laser warfare has ended and glow-in-the-dark space terrain has been recognized as an independent state. Eradicate holdout antinationalists with today's Groupon: for $4, you get two games of laser tag at Laser Kingdom, with locations in Farmingdale and Coram. You must be at least five years old to play. Laser Kingdom normally charges $8 for two games on weekends or $5 during the week, so plan to visit on a weekend for optimum Groupon value.
A dark, fog-filled platform and heavy arsenal of cutting-edge laser artillery set the stage for Laser Kingdom's spacious arena, where warriors of all ages can partake in a rollicking test of wits and strategy. After a quick debriefing on safety and rules, you'll don your reflective armor, holster your bolt-blaster, and get whisked away to light-bound combat. Run and strafe your phaser at enemies and hide behind the local topography of steel obstacles, black-lit promontories, and carpet moats. With each penetrating beam of enemy armor, the computer will track your team's scores until a victor is declared, upon which each individual team and hero will be rewarded with an in-depth computerized assessment and four neon-purple hearts.
Whether you're looking for an exciting rainy-day activity or have grown weary of violent Nerf raves, laser tag is an adrenaline-pumping way to enjoy the shadowy company of friends and family without the fear of getting plunked by DJ Strobelite's foam crossbow. Laser Kingdom's friendly staff takes a careful approach to ensure that its warfare is safe, gleeful, and free of illicit android fireflies.
Rising fog, flashing lights, and thumping techno beats set the scene for the laser-tag battles that unfold between stealthy bands of warriors beneath Laser Kingdom’s black lights. Players suit up in specialized vests, clutching light-emitting weaponry as they enter the field where an overhead scoreboard tracks team scores and the game’s best squeals of surprise when taken out by a well-hidden opponent. Afterward, patrons receive handouts that break down their individual performance that they can pore over to strategize for the next round or ditch in favor of playing one of the onsite arcade games.