There’s nothing painful about this laser and there’s no protective clothing needed. Kids 6 and up can have a blast playing on our amazing fields using the latest laser tag equipment.
Players wear vests or harnesses with lights on them, and each player is given a special laser tag gun. The goal is to move around the field and avoid getting “hit” with a laser from the opposite team (which will make your vest light up and/or make noise). At the same time as you want to avoid getting “hit,” you will want to try and “hit” the other players, making their vests light up or make noise. When a player is “hit” he or she is out of the game. The goal is to get all of the players on the opposite team out while you and/or other players on your team are left standing.
To start a game, you will need to divide your players into two equal teams. Each team will have their own starting point on opposite sides of a playing field. Guns that are hooked up to a system will tell players when to start the game. These same guns will alert players to when the game ends.
Try to work together with your team, form alliances and make battle plans as you attach the other side. Although teamwork is not an essential part of laser tag, it makes the game more fun and realistic. To help start out with teamwork, especially with younger children, have teammates go into pairs. They can watch each other’s backs and cover each other as they run around. You can also assign pre-game strategies before beginning the games. Take note of good hiding spots on the field and weak players from the opposite teams. Some laser tag players also like to use walkie-talkies or cell phones while they play to keep in contact with one another.
A paintball is a thin-skinned ball filled with paint. They resemble large bath oil beads. The paint inside the paintball capsule is water soluble and biodegradable. In other words, you can rinse the paint out of your clothing. It is best to wear loose fitting clothing that have long sleeves and thick pants.
Paintball markers are guns that use to shot paintballs. There are three different types.
To play paintball, you will need a certified paintball field, referee, paintball markers (guns), goggles, and paintballs. The objective of the game is to protect your flag and make sure the opposing team does not conquer it. The game can be very strategic.
Your goal is to remove players from the game so you can capture the flag easily. When a player is hit with a paintball, they are out of the game.
Once you capture a team’s flag, you have to return it to your home base. You cannot win until the opponent’s flag makes to your home base.
Paintball can be played as a sport or as a game by both men and women. Kids 10 and up are also eligible to play. All you need is the ability to think quickly and be determined.
Paintball is an exciting sport. It has adventure, action and a little threat of danger that most people find invigorating. In its essence, paintball is a great vehicle to help people learn about teamwork, gain self-confidence, and develop their leadership skills.
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