Laser Tag: an exciting game for family and friends
Laser tag is an arcade style game that is popular with children and adults alike. Many children’s birthday parties are also based on this theme. The game basically consists of adding points by “tagging” opponents with Laser tag Singapore. These beams are emitted by handheld infrared devices. Players must also wear jackets with infrared readers that maintain the score on the number of times they have been tagged. The winner is the one who has been tagged the least amount of times, however, the shooting speed, the number of lives and other similar parameters are used to vary the game and declare the winner.
Laser tag is a game that can be played both indoors and outdoors; But players find it especially exciting to play in dark rooms with lights of different colors, fog and a space or military themes. The owners of the rooms of this facility also use boxes, podiums and several elevated places for players to hide and surprise their opponents. All these effects are known for adding excitement to the game.
Depending on the technology and applications of the game systems, the game and mechanics may differ widely. The quality of the game also depends on the hardware, the integrated software and also the communication systems that are used between the players. It is believed that, before the laser tag became popular as a game, the military used similar infrared devices to train their members for combat. The game’s history also goes back to television shows and movies like Star Wars and Star Trek, which were supposedly the inspiration behind the equipment used in the sand game.
Normal versions of the laser tag include matches between individuals or teams. There are several variations in the game such as “Capture the flag” or “protect the president”, where players have several objectives and prevent opponents from arriving first. These variations improve the challenges and excitement of the game and one can see the competitive spirit of family and friends.
Indoor laser games are played on large arenas that use “artificial fog” and similar visual effects to create an exciting atmosphere in the game. The infrared signal fired from the handgun as devices is also encoded with information such as where the beam originated and for other aspects such as game scoring, etc. The outdoor play equipment differs from the indoor ones, in that the lasers used are seen in daylight and, of course, require greater output power.