Ever wanted to feel like your in a real life computer game without getting hurt? Try the 21st century equivalent for where you target your enemy with the latest infrared technology Laser with hit feedback and personal scoring. Played on awesome bush battlefields with 4-5 exciting missions.
After a safety briefing and basic explanation of the rules and equipment is given, teams are chosen and weapons are selected. There are various types of gun to choose from including the Morita, which is based on the design of the one in Star Ship Troopers and the Pulse rifle that resembles the one in Alien 2 and lighter machine pistols.
Games like Death Match, Save the Pilot, Attack and Defend and Hunger Games played on bush fields with trenches, forts, barricades and bridges, keeping you fully immersed in the action. Players are encouraged to swap lasers with team mates after each game so they all get a go with various ones. Cool sound effects go off when you shoot, are hit, eliminated and when you hit and eliminate opponents.
Be prepared to battle for major fun and excitement with an awesome day of Laser Skirmish!
Open seven days a week. Booking times on daylight savings weekends are 9am, 1.30pm or 5pm. We operate flexible daylight hours on weekdays. Experience duration is 2.5 hours.
Minimum 8 players needed for a game or you can join with another booking. Current 'arsenal' of 60 phasers (meaning 60 players each have a laser gun to play in the game but more can play if happy to take turns and they will extend the session).
Bush venues will play in drizzle/light rain, but games must stop in heavy rain or lightning. You will be contacted by the experience provider to be rescheduled to an alternative date.
Hire Camo overalls for $5, (included), or wear your own, old gear. Long pants, long sleeves, sensible enclosed shoes or runners with some tread for grip are required. Hint: Wearing dark colours will make you harder to see.
Ages 8 years and over. Suitable for all levels of fitness. Guard the base or charge around like a berserker, it’s up to you!