At Laser Skirmish there is no higher priority than safety. We have no paint, no mess, and no projectiles, so you can be sure that your kids are playing in safety. The game system has been built around a safe, robust and reliable high-tech infrared phasers. Our gaming guns are formidable because they are made robust polycarbonate or of metal, so they look cool. Our small gaming guns are highly manoeuvrable.
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With an effective range in up to 150 meters, realistic digitized sounds and multiple modes of fire this is technology with attitude! We have a selection of gaming guns for use. The gaming guns we use include: Scorpions, Commando Carbines & Cobra phasers. The size and weight of unit issued to you will depend on your age/size/fitness etc and will be evened up across the competing teams to make it balanced. The kit is the best available on the market. You'll love their sound effects! Yes. Laser Skirmish has public liability insurance. Rest assured we carry $10 million public liability insurance cover. Email us for a copy of our Certificate of Currency.
Laser Skirmish is not a formally supervised activity. Laser Skirmish recommends that a responsible adult supervises their children at all times. Parents are encouraged to play alongside their children (or are welcome to walk onto the field of play). Download & read the Membership Form, click here. Our gaming guns use a harmless infrared beam, like your TV remote, that tags sensors worn by players. Under the guidance of your C.O. (stands for Commanding Officer), players undertake different missions with game objectives such as Death Match, Domination (aka "Capture & Hold", as well as Capture the Base. Please note that Laser Skirmish does not offer formal child care. Rather it is the responsibly of each parent to supervise their child. Of course we do take care, we believe in "every game, every gamer." We recommend the following guidelines: