Like social networking sites, laser tag lets people conduct vicarious mafia wars by tagging friends in embarrassing situations without fear of retribution. Engage in proxy warfare with today’s Groupon: for RM27, you get three 10-minute games of laser tag (RM42 value) from Laser Warzone, valid at three outlets in the Klang Valley and Penang.
Combat condescending colleagues in a dimly lit single story arena littered with corners, pillars, and obstacles. Legendary laser linguists or greenhorn gobbledygooks ingest gameplay rules and safety procedures before a call to arms signals the time to suit up. Sporting a vest and a laserarm, soldiers enter the arena and engage in a frenzied 10-minute spana-50-6">skirmish of blinking lasers, commanding yells, and heavy grunts. Once the dust settles, faux fighters review their scores to differentiate winners from those who spent the duration of the game squatting in a corner. As laser tag is a non-contact game, medieval armour is not required, but participants should wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
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