Laser Tag In Riga
While a lot of us are still getting used to 3D, you will be able to experience 4D. If you enjoyed watching movies in 3D it is impossible to describe how good 4D is and once you have watched, you will not want to go back to the normal way of viewing. It is not possible to describe the effect to you – you really will have to experience it for yourself.
Once that is over and your mind is still racing, you will be taken to the Laser Labyrinth and there will be 15 minutes of futuristic battle to follow. The excitement just does not end when you are in Riga and all of the games will be based around carrying out missions and completing special tasks. As the missions vary from time to time, you will never know just what to expect. As part of the tip, there is a guide who will collect you from the hotel and then take you back. This is available all year round and any equipment you need is provided. The time spent there is never enough once you have felt the taste of the 4D and laser games, you will want to go again.
- 15 Min Laser Battle
- 4D Cinema Session
- All Equipment
- Return Transfers
- English speaking guide
from € 35 per person
Laser tag is a team or individual sport or recreational 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.
The packs are tightly integrated with the devices inside the arena. The arena devices, and the packs themselves may be linked into a control computer for scoring and control over game parameters using radio equipment or infrared links.
Laser tag systems vary widely in their technical capabilities and their applications.
Along with standard team or solo matches, where one team or individuals try to tag the members of the other team or players repetitively, many laser tag venues will feature specialty matches. These matches vary based on equipment manufacturer and the level of technology of the system. Often they have various objectives and missions and demonstrate the technological capability of each system.