Round up your friends and get ready for combat... GrandWest is home to the coolest indoor Laser Tag arena in Cape Town. Equipped with state-of-the-art obstacles and hi-tech infrared laser guns, Laser Tag at GrandWest offers the most advanced game design and playing arena in the Western Cape.
What is Laser Tag
Laser Tag is fast-paced kombat game played with guns that fire infrared beams in a low-light arena. Infrared-enabled clothing is worn by players so that the laser beams can be detected during the course of the game. With the aim to shoot your opponents as many times as possible, it’s best to play Laser Tag in teams or groups. Also known as Laser Quest, Laser Combat or simply Lasertag, the game is 100% safe to play and can be enjoyed by kids aged five years and older.
7 Tips to Master Laser Tag
Once you’re suited up, enter the arena as quickly as possible so your eyes can adjust to the arena’s lighting.
Avoid groups or clusters of players as this makes for an easy target.
Choose a defense or attack strategy – or a combination of the two. If you decide to go on the defense, ensure you have a good cover to avoid being caught off guard.
Look out for the beams! Laser Tag gear comes with flashing beams, so aim and shoot once your target is in clear range.
Once you’ve identified a target, aim your laser gun at the chest, upper body, arms and waste. These areas will ensure a greater chance of success when firing at your opponent.
If you get hit, seek cover quickly and use the time while your sensors are deactivated to avoid the line of fire.
Use group strategies to intimate your opponents. Team up with someone you can trust and move swiftly through the arena together.
Can you get hurt playing Laser Tag?
Unlike paintball, Laser Tag is completely pain-free. Using infrared technology, players do not feel any sensation when they get hit.
Is there an age limit to play Laser Tag?
Laser tag can be enjoyed by players five years of age and older. It’s advisable for younger players to be accompanied by an adult or parent.
Can Laser Tag damage your eyes?
Laser Tag is 100% safe to play. The infrared technology does not affect or compromise sight, however players with sensitive eyesight must exercise caution as the game is played in low-light conditions.
What clothing do you need to play Laser Tag?
Because Laser tag is played in an arena with low lighting, it’s best to wear dark clothing with minimal branding to avoid being seen by your opponent.
How much does it cost?
Laser Tag GrandWest prices are industry-related and do not vary according to the age of players. Discounted rates may apply to groups or parties; consult the information below for pricing options.
R50 per person
During School Holidays:
Monday - Thursday: 10h00 - 00h00
Friday - Saturday: 10h00 - 00h30
Sunday and Public Holidays: 10h00 - 00h00
Out of School Holidays:
Monday - Thursday: 11h00 - 23h00
Friday - Saturday: 10h00 - 00h30
Sunday and Public Holidays: 10h00 - 23h00
Fun For The Whole Family
Laser Tag is one of many family-friendly activities at GrandWest. There’s also Magic Bowling, indoor ice-skating, the Magic Arcade, movies and more.
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