As a parent in this day and age, I know the struggle is real when it comes to technology. I know, I am not one to talk. I would play video games all day, every day if I could. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want my kids to get outside and explore the great outdoors every now and then. And I finally found the perfect way to get them to want to do it too – Laser Battle from ArmoGear. This laser tag game is so much fun that even my husband and I ended up joining in!
Easy for Younger Kids Too!
Laser Battle is surprisingly really easy to use. The recommended age is 8 and up, but my daughters are 6 and 7, and they picked right up on how to play. I was afraid some aspects might be a little hard for them to understand, but they did better than myself and my husband (and no, we weren’t letting them win either). The voice guided gameplay and instructions really helped and my girls thought the four different weapon modes with sound effects were the COOLEST!
Comes With Everything You Need
Laser Battle comes with everything you need to start playing right away. With four infrared laser guns and four infrared laser vests, the whole family can start playing as soon as you open the package and add the batteries. There is even built in night vision flashlight so that the fun doesn’t have to end when the sun goes down. In fact, when you play at night or in a dark place, it is easier to see the light indicators. Don’t worry about safety, because all aspects of laser battle passed a string of advanced tests before reaching mass production.
Different Modes To Choose From
My husband’s favorite mode to play in is Stealth Fighting Mode. When you activate stealth mode, your lights turn off and you gain 15-second invisibility. This will help you pull off a secret ambush – which is something he has seriously mastered. In this mode, you need to watch your back for others trying to do the same thing!
There a different gun modes too, like the shot gun mode. With this mode you have 5 preloaded shots and 2 lives taken per shot, which makes the game a little harder. In the pistol mode, you get 12 preloaded shots and they take out 1 life per shot. This is the perfect mode for taking on a large group of opponents. Laser Battle has machine gun and rocket mode as well.
I promise your kids will love you when you pick up a Laser Battle kit for $149.99 for them – and if you need more for neighborhood kids or other family members, they also come in two packs for just $74.99. Laser Battle is a great gift for the holidays!