Laser Quest

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Lance2002
Buckeye, AZ339 contributions
Inexpensive Fun
Jun 2018 • Couples
We purchased a Groupon to try this. I had never done laser tag. We only did it for an 30 minutes and we had the place all to ourselves so it was one on one. It was a lot of fun and lots of laughing. It was also quite a workout running around the place. I would definitely try it again. It is an inexpensive way to spend part of an afternoon in Vegas.
Written June 26, 2018
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Timothy Y
Redwood City, CA2,035 contributions
Family Review: Unlimited Laser Tag!
Dec 2017 • Family
The last time we were in Vegas, we went to Battle Blaster Laser Tag. They had an unlimited promotion on Friday nights and we did that. We had an awful experience there as they oversold that promotion and basically had us playing in every 4th game near the end of the night!!

So when we (myself, 11 yr & 8 yr old sons) decided to come to Laser Quest with the same promotion (they listed $25 for unlimited but we were only charged $20 each), I had my expectations set extremely low from Battle Blaster. The experience however was the opposite. There were never too many people and even with a birthday party there, we were able to play in every game for 5 hours straight without missing a game.

The staff was extremely friendly and enthusiastic. Equipment standard across all Laser Quests, so it was the same as the other ones we’ve been to in the past. FYI, if you have a younger kid, there’s Chuck E Cheese next door.

My only one complaint was that in the other Laser Quests I’ve been to, they squeeze games in pretty quickly one after another. Usually you’re playing every other game because one group is going in shortly after another finishes. I don’t know the exact timing, but we only had 8 games in about 5 hours. With the games being 15 mins each, I felt they could have squeezed more games in.
Written December 30, 2017
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FamFunNo1
Henderson, NV3 contributions
Best laser tag in town
Jul 2017 • Family
Best course for family laser tag. You get to keep your scores. "Supernova" was the best marshal for the course and was interactive with the kids.
Written July 9, 2017
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Pajeh
440 contributions
Great place for kids
Aug 2015 • Family
After sightseeing in Las Vegas our boys needed to run and play a bit so we checked online and found this place. It is about 20 minute drive from the Strip but was worth it. There were quite a few people playing so it was good competition for our boys. They played very well and finished 3rd and 5th respectively. This allowed them to play again at half price. They were exuberant.
Please note that it closes at 9 pm and the last game starts at 8:30 pm.
Written August 25, 2015
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GaryW
La Quinta, CA23 contributions
Great Time
Aug 2014 • Family
Was on vacation and thinking of things to do in Vegas. We had been to LQ about a year ago and had a great time. I called LQ and they told me that on Friday at 7pm all you can play for 20 dollars. So we went played three games until we were tired. My daughter didnt want to leave. Had a great time will be going back. Much better when there are more people involved but you cant control that.
Written August 24, 2014
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LA_dweller
Joshua Tree, CA3,101 contributions
This a hoot - fun for old and young
Oct 2013 • Friends
This is a hoot - a little off the beaten track but well worth the visit. I have been here twice, once with my younger nieces and nephews and sister and brother-in-law and our 80 year old father. Everybody played. You pay about $8 bucks, you can just walk in and they will put you in the next game, they are every 20 minutes (30 if you include set-up time). Then everybody wears a special vest and has a laser gun. They say "go" and everyone takes off into this huge dark (but semi-lit) area with walls and compartments for hiding, and a second level in some places and then you just shoot each other with the laser guns. The vests that everyone is wearing have white lights that you aim for, if you shoot someone it vibrates and goes red and they can't fire for about 20 seconds then they are back playing. Each strike or a person registers on a computer so at the end, they tally it up and each game has a winner - rankings show on a screen. My 80 year old dad had a ball, as did the kids, as did the adults. I took my older sister there (he's 60) and we both just showed up and joined a group that was on their way in and we had a ball. Good exercise too because for 20 minutes you are dashing around and hiding and trying to shoot people - strangers but all in good fun. I had little kids hit me and adults and vice versa. Everyone had a good attitude. Very fun - highly recommend.
Written November 23, 2013
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