No. The light emitted from the taggers is harmless. The taggers use a light emitting diode (LED) similar to ones used in TV remotes. Although it’s called laser tag, lasers are not used in
Do the dodgeballs sting?
No. The dodgeballs are a coated foam ball dense enough to throw, but lacks the rebound that produces a sting.
Are the laser tag beams visible?
No. The wavelength is in the near infra-red beyond human perception. The taggers do have a visible muzzle-flash option that blinks a very low powered red or blue light.
How old do players have to be?
Players need to be at least 8 years old. Much of the equipment is of sufficient weight and size that many young players have a hard time participating.
Do the taggers work in the daylight?
Yes. Their range can be adjusted from 50 ft. to over 500 ft. in bright sunlight and upwards of 1100 ft. at night.
What do I need to wear?
Closed toe shoes are required and clothing suitable for the weather. A boonie hat or hook-and-loop head strap is provided to hold the laser tag sensors on the players head.
Is my backyard big enough for Laser Tag?
It depends on the number of players and their age/size and the amount of stuff to hide behind. Typically, a basketball court size space or greater is good. Front yard to backyard games are
possible and so are cul-de-sac games as long as the necessary precautions are in place.
How much setup time is needed?
For a typical laser tag event with 6 camo bunkers, about 30 minutes for setup and safety walk through with 30 minutes for take down.
Can I have a custom event?
Absolutely! That’s what we’re all about. We can mimic popular video games, play scenario games in the forest, you name it.
What about rain?
Laser tag can be played in most weather conditions the players are willing to play in. The RC cars can handle some standing moisture on the track, but need a covered area for active rain.
We will gladly reschedule because of inclement weather.