Our laser tag system comes with over 24 game formats! Most other laser tag facilities only play the standard team and solo game formats.
Below are the various game formats we play during our All You Can Play sessions on Friday and Saturday nights. Each is unique and some utilize our various arena devices. Got a favorite game format? Find a Game Marshal and request it when you get here! If we can play it we'll set it up!
Solo is a simple game in which players compete against each other in a solo free for all. The player with the highest score at the conclusion of the game is declared the winner.
Vampires is a unique solo game in which individuals play for survival. One player starts as the Vampire. Players try to not get tagged by the Vampire, and outlast the game time. If a player is tagged by the Vampire, they too become a vampire.
Continuous is a game in which players compete against each other in a solo free for all. The game runs continuously. Players can join the game at any time.
COLOR RANKED SOLO
Color Ranked Solo is a standard solo game, however, players can tell what place they are in while playing based on the color of their pack. Like a rainbow, Red is top player, Orange is second, and so on.
This is a solo game where each player has a limited amount of health or power but they can only recharge at an active energise bay/base. Only one bay is active at a time and randomly changes after a short time.
ONE TAG ALL
One Tag All is a simple Solo Game Format where when a player tags another player, all players in the game (except the one who did the tagging) are deactivated.
Midnight Madness is a game of stealth and cunning. It is based off the standard Solo game but all pack lights are turned off.
Team is a tactical game in which players must work together in teams. The team with the highest point score at the end of the game is declared the winner.
The Base Flags game is a team based game where teams attempt to score as many points as possible by tagging an opponent's base.
CAPTURE THE FLAG
Similar to the popular video game format. Players must attempt to capture the opponent's base then return to their own base to score. Players cannot score is their base signature is on another enemy player.
Q-Team is a tactical game in which players must work together. The team with the highest point score at the conclusion of the game is declared the winner. This game does require the purchase of our optional arena device known as an Energizers.
Human Flags is based on Base Flags, except that only one player can tag their base to score their team a point.
MIDNIGHT MADNESS TEAMS
Midnight Madness is a game of stealth and cunning. It is based off the standard Team game but all pack lights are turned off. Because it's harder to tell who's on one's team, it is recommended for this game to be played by a group of friends.
ONE TAG TEAM
One Tag Team is a Team Game Format when a player tags someone on an opposing team, the entire opposing team is deactivated at the same time.
RIFT Insanity is a team game where a player's team changes at any two points during the game: One being when a player is tagged by an opponent, and at random intervals determined by the computer.
Seeker is a team based game involving Seekers and Ghosts. There can be only one team who are ghosts at any one time. Ghosts are the only ones who can tag players. Seekers must find the active base and tag it in order to become ghosts. All players start out as Seekers.
Solo Elimination is a game in which players compete against each other in a solo free for all. Players start with limited power. If a player runs out of power, they are eliminated for the game.
Team elimination is a tactical game in which players must work together. Players start with limited power. If a player runs out of power, they are eliminated from the game. The winner is decided by the last team standing.
Commander is a variant to the standard team game. Each team has a commander that is worth bonus points. Non-commander players can be eliminated. The team with the most points at the end of the game is declared the victor.
Survivor is a Solo Elimination style game where players are given a predetermined amount of deactivations. Unlike a Standard Elimination game, however, when a player tags an opponent, that player gains additional deactivations from the tagged opponent.
Time Warrior is a game that is not based on points but stamina. Instead of a number of deactivations, the players remove time from opponents by tagging them and adding to their own time limit. Once a player is out of time, they are eliminated.