[Jason Returns to Lazer Gate]

Jason will be making his return to Lazer Gate for the Halloween season on Friday October 15 and 29.  Somewhere in the Lazer Gate arena during Midnight Madness, you will find the immortal Jason. Or perhaps he will find you. 

Tickets for Midnight Madness are available at 7:30pm on the day of the event.  $19 per player, or $17 for Gold/Birthday Members.

This is not a night to be a laser tag……….. camper. (please don’t unfollow us…)

Be aware: This event may be too intense for some small children and some adults. Parental discretion is advised!

Jason will not be in every game during Midnight Madness (even monsters need a break). You MAY see Jason enjoying some arcade games during the night.  Feel free to ask for a picture.  Please be aware that an adverse reaction may occur when asking Jason to take a picture.

[Jason remembers to sanitize]

Lazer Gate’s Arcade Night is a special event combining our laser tag and arcade for one price.

$20 – unlimited laser tag and arcade games (*ticket/prize games not included)

Guests that are not purchasing Arcade Night MUST purchase the Free Play Pass for $5.00/player. The Free Play Pass allows use of the arcade during Arcade Night.

Individual games are still available for purchase, but the Free Play Pass is also required.

Arcade Night will not be held on holidays

[Standard Solo] Standard Solo

Objective:  Standard Solo is the basic laser tag game available at Lazer Gate. In this format all players can be tagged by all other players.  The objective is simple, tag and score more points than the other players. 

 
Targets Targets are enabled and usually set to points only.  
[Lazer Gate Base]Bases:
 Bases are usually enabled and set to allow each player to tag each base once.  
[Lazer Gate Pick Up Pads]Pick Up Pads:  Pick Up Pads are typically not enabled in this format.

 

Standard Team

Objective: Standard Team is the default team format at Lazer Gate.  It’s features are similar to Standard Solo but allows for up to 8 different teams to compete for the top spot!  Team players cannot tag their teammates (this option is available in more competitive game formats such as Standard Team Pro and Tournament Mode/
[Lazer Gate Targets used in Team Game]Targets: Targets are usually set for points, but could also be set for Power Ups depending on the situation.  Ask the Game Marshall if interested.  
[Lazer Gate Base used in Team Game]Bases:
Bases are enabled so that each player can tag each base once. Player team color/Base color does not matter in this format. 
[Lazer Gate Pick Up Pads used in Team Game]Pick Up Pads:Pick Up Pads are usually set for Power Ups.  They can be disabled for better game play at the Game Marshall’s discretion. If that happens then Targets will be set for Power Ups.
[Laser Tag]

Laser Tag and Arcade tokens! A great combination just got better!

Play laser tag and play arcade games with our Tag and Token discount bundle. Available for one, two or three game packages.

Also available with a round of Blacklight Mini Golf, so you can tag, play arcade games AND tee off on our Blacklight Mini Golf course!

Just for Members: Saturday Night Madness 

Just like Friday night’s Midnight Madness, Members (Silver or Gold Memberships) will be able to play from 8-Midnight on Saturdays for $17 per player. Availability is limited and does not include the 11:40 game (40 minute game).  Due to the 40 minute game this may require the last games be consecutive depending on your start time. At this time there is no restriction on buying the tickets, meaning you don’t have to do so at 7:30 as on Friday.  We will validate memberships at the time of purchase. Bring your Membership card if possible.  

A codename card alone is not a membership.  If you purchased the $5.00 code name card, this offer does not apply.  Membership is the Silver ($15) and Gold ($25/Birthday Party) packages only. 

[Midnight Madness]
LIGHTS OUT!

Not to be confused with the Friday night special of the same name.

Midnight Madness games are played with the vest and phaser lights off , so each vest looks like it is deactivated. Phaser screens are active in these games. Otherwise this game is the same as Standard Solo

Color ranked solo is a variant of the Solo game. Every time a player changes rank in the game, their vest and phaser will change color to reflect their position in the list. Red packs are the highest on the list with the cooler colors being lower, purple being the lowest. This game does not use Bases.

This game is based on the Standard Solo game except that all of the bases act as one.  When a player deactivates a base, all of the other bases will be deactivated and any players near the bases will be deactivated.

Pick Up Pads – laser tag power ups

[Pick Up Pad] Lazer Gate’s new Pick Up Pads are located on the lower level of the arena.  They can be used only when the Pad is activated, which is when the top and bottom panels flash on.    The pads are set to go on randomly during the game, so if they are not showing rainbow colors on the top and bottom, then they are idle. 

 

 

To use the pad you need to walk under it and, using your trigger hand so your sensor hand stays on the sensor, scroll through the power ups and choose one to use.  You are exposed to enemy tags while using the Pick Up Pad, and if you get tagged it will lock you out (see image to the left) of the pad for several seconds.  If you take your hand off the phaser sensor to choose the power up, you will get the “two hand” warning from the phaser and it will lock you out.

There is a limit to Power Ups, so you could go to a Pick Up Pad later in the game and not find the power up you were looking for. 

Ask your game marshal as Pick Up Pads are not active in some game formats, such as most Solo games, or may serve a different purpose. 

Pick Up Pad
Activated pick up pad

Pick Up Pad
Activated pick up pad, bottom pad