Before man conquered his fear of water, he amused himself with dust sports such as pushing boulders off cliffs, wrestling tumbleweeds, and falling in the dust. Rinse yourself off with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a two-hour Water Blaster Wars party for up to 12 children (a $229 value)
- $179 for a two-hour video-game mobile party with Water Blaster Wars for up to 12 children (a $497 value)<p>
During two-hour water wars, each participant is equipped with an easy-to-use water cannon that douses victims up to 60 feet away and reloads on the fly without a hose. For a mix of electronic and aqueous entertainment, the mobile video-game party bus rolls up to front doors, bedecked in decals of famous game characters and their favorite extra lives. Five high-definition TVs glow inside the bus, each with both Wii and Xbox 360 game consoles and a collection of trending games. Customers can add additional guests for $10 per person, up to a maximum of 20 party attendants.
Street Games’ mobile fun vehicles roar up to parties and events with a full complement of activities in tow, be it video gaming, laser tag, or trapping the host in a giant inflatable Zorb ball. Up to 20 guests pile onto the couches of the mobile gaming theater, clashing controllers in front of high-definition screens hooked up to Wiis and Xbox 360s. Pixel fatigue can be cured under the hailstorm of light beams that rains down on forces locked in games of laser tag, officiated by a friendly party concierge, or by entering an 11-foot-diamater inflatable Zorb ball, which gives riders the sensation of running inside a hamster ball or being a the mayor of a giant snow globe. Water Blaster Wars cool off summer shindigs with cannons that spray up to 60 feet, and Strike Force’s Velcro vests and balls provide a low-intensity alternative to paintball and dodgeball.