BEST FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
The LazerDaze is a 2,000+ square foot laser tag arena that's earned "Best of Omaha" for 5 years running! After you take one step inside the futuristic, maze-like battlefield, you'll be transformed into a laser warrior, zapping all enemies in sight to the sound of electronic beats!
Phazer on! Electro vest fastened! LazerDaze is the state-of-the-art laser tag game. Your team's objective in this battle: Zap the other team and their home base as much as possible, while you guard your team's home base and try to avoid getting zapped yourself! Score individual points by zapping other the opposing team and team points by zapping the opposing team's home base. This is Laser Tag at its best!
One 10-min. game $5
Two 10-min. games $8
Playdaze & LazerDaze Hours
10am-1pm & 1pm-5pm
Tuesday - Thursday
10am-1pm & 1pm-5pm
10am-1pm & 1pm-5pm & Wacky Wednesday (3-8pm)
Friday and Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 6:00pm
Laser tag is a team or individual activity where players attempt to score points by tagging targets, typically with a hand-held infrared-emitting targeting device. Infrared-sensitive targets are commonly worn by each player and are sometimes integrated within the arena in which the game is played. Since its birth in 1979, with the release of the Star Trek Electronic Phasers toy manufactured by the South Bend Electronics brand of Milton Bradley, laser tag has evolved into both indoor and outdoor styles of play, and may include simulations of combat, role play-style games, or competitive sporting events including tactical configurations and precise game goals.
Laser tag is popular with a wide range of ages. Laser tag is much less painful than paintball due to the lack of physical projectiles, while indoor versions may be considered less physically demanding because most indoor venues prohibit running or roughhousing.
THE HISTORY OF LASER
In 1986, the first Photon toys hit the market, nearly simultaneously with the Lazer Tag toys from Worlds of Wonder and several other similar infrared and visible light based toys. The Christmas season of 1986 was the real beginning of home laser tag, and soon millions of kids would be playing laser tag with each other anyplace they could. Worlds of Wonder went out of business around 1988, and Photon soon followed in 1989, as the fad of the games wore off. Today there are laser tag arenas all over the world bearing various names and brands, as well as a large variety of consumer equipment for home play and professional grade equipment for outdoor laser tag arenas and businesses.