Laser tag, high tech hide & seek for ages seven to 97, is Texas's largest laser tag arena, where a maze-like collection ... More
Blazer Lazer Tag
Laser tag, high tech hide & seek for ages seven to 97, is Texas's largest laser tag arena, where a maze-like collection of towers, ramps and bridges (up to three floors high), as well as lights, sounds, music and fog, create the ultimate laser tag experience. Strap on the lightweight vest and arm yourself with a futuristic phaser. Now think Star Wars. See their website for further information.
This place is amazing not only do get to play on a huge arena, but they also have an arcade inbetween games, serve pizza and have birthday parties. The staff is very friendly and the games fun and challenging. Although, I do not recommend it for small childern or the elderly. This is for people that are mostly between the age of 11-40. It is a little expensive but it's worth it!
The four-stars in my overall rank are not obviously related to the "Atmosphere" or "Value" of the place - which are as reported in the previous reviews, except that games after 10pm cost $5, and if you have a membership ($5 for the year), regular games are $6 and your 11th game is free. My husband and I (no kids) always have a really great time at Blazer tag. The arena is a converted movie theatre, which is about 3 stories high in places - It's like a video game map come to life. The staff is friendly, and I've never seen anyone having a bad time playing the video games, air hockey, rock wall, and other games outside of the lazer tag arena... Rumor has it that thy are considering building a larger facility in North Austin...
I have been to this establishment many times, but only as a member of a large party. Usually when I went, I enjoyed myself, unaware of the price. However, recently, I looked into going with a friend of mine, I was expecting the price to be a few dollars an hour, seeing how the maintenance of the facility was in grave disrepair (duct tape holding fixtures in place, carpet coming up, malfunctioning machines) but when I looked at the price list, I was astonished to find out that it did not in fact cost a few dollars an hour, but instead $7.00 for just 15 minutes of play. Shortly afterward, I discovered that they were the only Laser Tag facility in the Austin area, and were using this monopoly to take advantage of unsuspecting guests. I urge you to boycott Blazer Laser Tag; they charge unfair prices for substandard services
Fun place to go and play lazer tag. The staff was very nice and had games for the kids before the blazer games started. Prepare your kids for a semi-dark place that they will quickly love after the first 2 minutes of being nervous. It is a little pricey but the games last a long time.
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