This is a good venue and the arena is on several levels with interconnecting ramps. You need a fairly large party to make an exciting game because of the size of the place. With a few players you could literally spend the whole time looking for the other players. The thing which really irks me is the instructional video. We always go for three games and they insist on making us watch the video which is (a) tedious (b) overly long and (c) of little educational or health and safety value after the first time of viewing AT THE START OF EVERY GAME. This is the principal reason why we most often go elsewhere - Laser Quest in Warrington give verbal instruction at the start of the first game and do not repeat it for players who've already played that day. One other gripe...if you go on a Tuesday and get the play & pizza deal don't go hungry and if you go with a hoard of teenagers make sure you elbow them out of the way because there's not usually enough slices to go around!
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