Blazing Lazing Mobile Tag

 Frequently Asked Questions

What is a typical Mobile Laser Tag event like?

We arrive at your location 30 mintues to 45 mintues early for setup. During the first 10 minutes of the party players are introduced to our amazing laser tag equipment, then given a quick training session. After that point, the games begin! The Game Coach orchestrates a wide variety of games, each lasting approximately 10 minutes. This way everyone gets plenty of playing time, rest, and water breaks if needed (be sure to have plenty of water on hand). When we’re done, your guests can head inside for cake or to open presents.

Are you insured?

We are indeed fully insured. For groups requiring a Certificate of Insurance, we can provide that at the time of a booking agreement

Can laser tag be played in the daytime?

Outdoor laser tag is probably better in the daytime. Indoor facilities have to use low light levels to enhance game-play because of the limited space available in a leased warehouse

If you play in the day, how do they see the laser?

Indoor and outdoor laser tag guns use infrared light to hit the opponent’s sensors. A person cannot see the “laser beams” that are shot playing laser tag. Both indoor and outdoor guns use a flasher to create the illusion of a laser beam being shot from the gun. Indoor facilities because of the limited distance and dark conditions appear to allow the players to see a laser beam or flash. In close quarters and dark conditions the outdoor guns mimic that effect as well. Our Our BRX taggers have sights, that the player aims at the opposing player head band. Once player tag someone, there head band will flicker and If the players are close enough, the shooting player can hear if the speaker on the other players sounds off. At distance they must use body language to tell if the player was hit. 

How big is you all playing field?

Are outdoor space is 100 X 150 fit. We can easily accommodate around 10 players at a time.

What do we do if it rains?

If the rain is light or just drizzling we can still play the games at the host’s discretion. Moderate or heavy rain can effect the equipment and may cause a party to be delayed, postponed or very occasionally cancelled. 

When do we decide if a party is to be postponed?

Generally, we advise waiting until the last possible time you are comfortable with before changing the party schedule. Our weather forecasters are generally wrong. Georgia weather blows in and out quickly. We generally try to wait out thunderstorms. If the weather doesn't seem to be blowing over very quickly then we tend to reschedule at the clients convenience and our availability.

Can I book a rain date?

No. Our experience has been that some people will postpone a party on dates that have a small potential chance of rain in the forecast if we give them an escape route of a rain date. Parties that had great weather conditions were lost because of weatherman’s incorrect guesses. Families that wanted to schedule parties had to be denied because of other clients’ insistence on booking multiple time periods to insure optimal weather conditions. This is not fair and creates a nightmare for scheduling.

Do you play laser tag in the winter?

Absolutely! Yes the weather conditions can be more challenging but the players just need to wear appropriate clothing, preferably in multiple layers. As the players heat up from running around they will just shed layers. We have even hosted parties in and during snow. It just added to the fun. The only real issue is when we have thawing and refreezing conditions. Icy conditions are not suitable for safe game play. We rely on the game host to determine if the playing area is safe.

Will the lasers hurt the players eyes?

No. The guns do not actually shoot laser beams at the players. Indoor and outdoor laser tag guns shoot beams of infra-red light to tag the opposing players on sensors. Flash light tag would be a more accurate name for the games but marketing people decided to give the game a more exciting name

 Is laser tag dangerous?

Generally laser tag is safe but any active sport has the high potential for injury. Players run around creating the excitement of the game, but also creating the high potential for injuries. Players have fallen from playground equipment. Bumps, bruises, scraped knees and elbows are a norm. Players have run into each other and accidentally hit each other with the equipment. Insects and poison ivy are regular hazards in the playing area and therefore can be an issue. We try to warn players of hazards and often “tape off” areas as hazards. Please point out potential hazards to your game coach at the beginning of our set up time and prior to game-play.

Is laser tag appropriate for my daughter?

My close friend daughter’s are age eight, ten and twelve years old. They love playing and I am sure your daughter will enjoy it just as much.

We have a younger child as well. Can they play as well?

Younger siblings are welcome to play as well. The guns weigh about 2 pounds and can be difficult for them to hold. They also sometimes have difficulty understanding the team play concepts. Our policy of a starting age of 7 years old is only meant to prevent parties of 20 five year olds. If the children are under 7 we strongly suggest having a parent on the field to help.

Do you have adult parties?

Of course! We are firm believer that adults need to have fun just like children. Adult and corporate parties are a pleasant change from our regular fare of children’s birthday parties.

Where are you located?

We are based in Fallon, NV. However we are mobile, SO WE CAN COME TO YOU!! 

Do you charge a reservation fee?

Yes, We request a reservation fee for Birthday Parties of $50. Cancelled reservation with less than 3 day notice is non-refundable. However we don't need a reservation fee for last minute callers. We understand that life sometimes gets in the way of our plans and we try very hard to accommodate our client’s needs.  All we ask is that if your plans change; please give us as much notice as possible. We can re-rent the time to last minute callers. 

How do we pay you?

We accept, cash, and debit cards as payment. Checks backed by a major entities ex. Church, YMCA, Girl Scouts Wal-Mart are also accepted. Personal checks or accepted at our discretion. On the day of the party we can accept credit card and cash only. We also need to know in advance if you plan to use a credit card. 

Do you all have night games?

Yes we will perform night games but the area must be well lit.

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