Lazer Tag - EdmontonPlanet Lazer
Planet Lazer brings the best Laser Tag experience to Edmonton, featuring an award-winning 16,000 square foot multi-level arena with full black light and LED obstacles, making it the largest arena in Canada.
With a capacity of up to 50 players per game, they offer a wide variety of game options using cutting-edge laser tag equipment.
Planet Lazer promises serious fun for everyone aged 5 to 95. Whether you're planning a birthday party, family outing, school event, church gathering, club meetup, corporate function, or just hanging out with friends, Planet Lazer delivers an unparalleled interactive experience.
Extreme Lazer Tag
Embark on heart-thumping missions at Planet Lazer's Extreme Laser Tag, where each adrenaline-pumping session lasts a thrilling 20 minutes, inclusive of suit-up and a briefing. With excitement lurking around every corner. Recognized as the #1 choice for birthday parties. Planet Lazer guarantees the most exciting and engaging interactive fun you'll ever experience!
- Planet Lazer ensures an unparalleled laser tag experience by utilizing sophisticated equipment from Laser-Tron, a leading technology provider in the market.
- The player's pack is equipped with sensors featuring lights that vibrate upon tagging, adding an exhilarating dimension to the game. Special powers called "CHIPS" are awarded during gameplay, allowing players to experience features like Invincibility, Stealth, and Super-Rapid Fire.
- These dynamic elements, randomly awarded for a preset duration, contribute to the excitement. The Master computer meticulously tracks players' movements, and at the game's conclusion, participants receive a Score Card detailing their interactions for added enjoyment.
Safety First Guidelines
Rules of Engagement Planet Lazer operates as a play-at-your-own-risk facility, ensuring a secure environment for all participants. To maintain safety, certain rules of play are strictly enforced:
- NO running
- NO physical contact with opponents
- NO kneeling or laying down
- NO climbing