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Top Ten Reasons to Play Laser Tag!

Some of you may be wondering why play laser tag at all. What’s the point? There are so many other forms of entertainment out there why laser tag? Fair question, and to answer that I’ve come up with the top ten reasons why you should play laser tag. Read on to find out!

 

Number 1 – Laser Tag is a new and novel experience

Many people have not tried their hand at laser tag. It’s a crying shame really. They don’t know what they’re missing out. In Singapore, there’s really only so much you can do before getting bored. Laser Tag is one of those experiences that promise freshness and novelty due to its niche nature. If you have not played laser tag before, try it out! I guarantee you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

 

Number 2 – Laser Tag is extremely fun and immersive

Laser tag is a very fun and intense game. People playing tend to meld with the game and become fully immersed in it. The game is exciting, thrilling and there will often be moments of adrenaline pumping close shaves or hilarious battle offs.

 

Number 3 – Laser Tag gives you the chance to shoot things without going to jail

Let’s face it, some of us just want to hold a gun and shoot things. But you know there being legal implications, using a real gun would be impossible. And that’s where laser tag comes in handy! Laser tag lets you have the experience of shooting things without the legal or moral ramifications! Sure, it’s not as hard core as a real gun but c’mon you’d still get to shoot stuff and you won’t be going to jail after. Better deal I say.

 

Number 4 – Laser Tag is safe and mess free

For the more delicate among us worried about safety, mess or pain, laser tag is an excellent choice. There are no painful projectiles to worry about. There’s no need for any safety vests or masks of any kind. There’s no mess to clean up after. And for those of you wondering about the laser fret not, laser tag uses infra-red technology which is weaker than your TV remote control and sunlight.

 

Number 5 – Laser Tag fosters bonds, shared experiences and creates unforgettable memories

It is only in the intensity and grittiness of combat can the strongest of bonds be forged. That’s why soldiers in the field often have the closest bonds and many cherished memories. With laser tag you can get to experience some of this precious combat camaraderie without all the actual pain and mess.

 

Number 6 – Laser Tag is great exercise

Laser Tag is not an activity for the lazy. You will need to move around, run, jump, hide and dodge. This results in a great workout! But it’s a workout you don’t even notice because you’re having so much fun! That’s the best way to exercise.

 

Number 7 – Laser Tag trains your mind

Other than great exercise, laser tag also trains your mind by providing opportunities to think and plan strategies in order to outwit your opponents. Laser Tag sessions often have specific objectives like capturing the flag, base infiltration or bomb planting and fulfilling these require well thought through tactics and strategies.

 

Number 8 – Laser Tag hones leadership abilities

Laser Tag sessions often involve leading a team and working in groups to accomplish objectives. This requires strong leadership and direction giving. Playing laser tag lets you hone your leadership abilities by giving you real life combat situations.

 

Number 9 – Laser Tag fosters team building and improves communication skills

This is great for organisations looking to build better camaraderie between or within departments. Laser tag is an extremely effective way of getting people to work together, often demolishing social barriers through fun and friendly combat.

 

Number 10 – Laser Tag makes you look twice as badass and three times as awesome

Awesome people play laser tag. Case in point, Barney Stinson from “How I Met Your Mother”, he’s the most awesome character in the show and he loves laser tag. Imagine yourself standing on a field. Boring? Now imagine yourself standing on the same field, this time with a huge laser tag gun in your hands. What’s the difference? Awesomeness.