General Laser Tag Questions
How is this different from normal laser tag?
Tactical Laser Tag is a mission-based sport based on popular video games like Call of Duty. You and your team will be given specific missions and must work together to accomplish them, while also working to prevent the other team from achieving theirs. Our games promote strategy and teamwork, all while getting you off the couch and out of the house. It’s like paintball and air soft, but without the bruises.
Can we just come in and play any day?
Yes. Check our business hours and come on in. A session of Laser Tag lasts 70 minutes.With a new team starting every 90 minutes. Even if our birthday parties are completely booked, we still have a game every 70 minutes available for the public. The games are first-come, first-served, and we can fit up to 16 players in each game. To ensure your time, please book here.
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. We do not accept personal checks – business/organization checks only. Proper ID is required for all non-cash transactions.
Is laser tag dangerous?
Laser tag is generally safe but like any active sport there is a potential for injury. Players may accidentally hit each other with the equipment or run into each other. We work very hard to minimize hazards to players.
Will the lasers hurt the players eyes?
No. Our guns do not actually shoot laser beams. Advanced infra-red beams like what is used in television remote controls are emitted by our guns.
Can you accommodate players with special needs?
Yes, we encourage everyone to play to the best of their ability and encourage any parental suggestions.
What is the best age group for laser tag?
We recommend players be at least 8 years old and ready for a great time.
- All games after 8:30 pm are adult only games. (Ages 16+)
- Due to the heavy competition of these games no one under the age of 16 will be allowed to play.