Here at Laser Battle, we have more than 40 different games for you to choose from. We can even customize games to suite your needs. Here are some of our most popular games:
The Standard Solo game is a staple game of most laser tag facilities around the world. The objective of this game is to tag as many target zones as possible to accrue the most points of anyone playing in the game. The vest colors are determined by the colors of the vest in the vesting room at game start. Players get unlimited health and power and game ends after the specified time expires. Players can tag anyone and can be tagged by anyone. The game objective is to score as many points as possible and blast the competition away!
Same as the above with the exception that this is played in teams.
Capture The Flag
This game is very similar to the video game format. Players must attempt to capture opposition’s flag and return it to their base. Each team must work together both offensively, to pickup their opposition’s flag and return defensively, to protect their own. When a player has picked up their opposition’s flag by tagging their base, they must return to their own base in order to capture it. However, a player can only capture the flag if their base has their own flag in it. So if both teams are currently carrying their opposition’s flag, neither team will be able to drop the flag off at their base to capture it until their own flag has been returned. A flag can be returned by tagging the enemy player who is carrying it.
The Base Flags game is a team based game where teams attempt to score as many points as possible by tagging an opposition’s base. Each player will have to start the game in their own base in order to energize themselves. Players who are energized will then be given 1 life, and they must head to the other teams base and tag it in order to gain a single point. However, as they only have one life, once they are tagged, they must return to their own base in order to re-energize. At the end of every round, the bases change their team color, so each team will have to seek out their new base and energize at that one instead. There can be 1-3 rounds in each game.
The Powerball game is based on the Standard Team game, but it includes the Powerball. The Powerball is randomly assigned to a player at the start of the game, giving them quadruple points for player tags. When the player holding the Powerball is tagged, the Powerball is transferred to the tagger.
Midnight Madness Solo
Midnight Madness is a game of stealth and cunning. It is based off the Standard Solo game, but all pack lights are turned off.
Midnight Madness Team
Midnight Madness is a game of stealth and cunning. It is based off the Standard Team game, but all pack lights are turned off. Because it’s harder to tell who’s on one’s team, it is recommended for this game to be played by a group of friends.
Zone Collector is a standard team game, but instead of the players instantly earning points, they have to collect the points. Once 500 or more points are collected (as indicated on the players screen) they will be able to find a base that matches the team color of the vest that they are wearing. Upon tagging the base they will score the points that they have collected. Bases can not be tagged by opposing players. A player may only collect a maximum of 1500 points without tagging a base to score them. At the end of the game, any points collected by players and not taken to the base will be lost.
Friend or Foe
Friend or Foe is based on the Standard Team game, except that all players are the same colour so players must instead remember who’s on their team and who’s not. If a player tags an ally, they suffer large penalties. This game is recommended to be played by a group of friends.
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