At Darkstar Laser you can compete against up to 40 players in an intense, all-out, action packed game of ultimate laser tag using some of the world's most advanced equipment.
Exploring the huge, atmospheric multi-level 'Hex' arena: the game is simple: aim to win!
Ultimate laser tag takes all the best bits from 'regular' laser tag and injects a technological upgrade to give a game that's faster, bigger and more exciting. Once the game begins, you will have to navigate your way through the dark, complex environment. The aim is to tag other players using your laser rifle, before they can tag you.
Ultimate Laser Tag is suitable for all ages 7 upwards but beginners may struggle here, it's much better suited to the hardened gamer types to appreciate how good this place is! Plus the dark and disorientating environment may well be frightening to beginners, so they advise younger children are accompanied, which frankly just gives you an excellent excuse to join in! Strobes, smoke effect and laser lights are used in the arena and so while it's seriously cool the game may not suitable for persons suffering from epilepsy, asthma, heart or lung conditions. Or yellow bellies!
Telephone: 01744 733378
£4 to £5 per game, per person, with plenty of family discounts and multi game deals to keep you happy. Opening Times: 2014 Opening Details:
Monday to Thursday 3pm til late
Friday 1pm til late
Saturday from 10am, and Sunday from 11am.
They advise you to book ahead!
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