London Laser Tag Party
Mobile Laser Tag In London
Laser Tag 2U London provides parties & mobile laser tag all over the UK & London. From scout events to office parties, we are completely mobile and can provide both indoor and outdoor events.
Here at Laser Tag 2U we provide a great birthday party experience for all ages. Our laser quest parties come with a completely mobile inflatable laser tag arena which can be set up almost anywhere.
Book online your laser combat party today and feel free to download our party invitations for your guests.
Did you know you can play Lazer Tag both indoors and outdoors, or even in your local woodlands. All parties include two staff and all obstacles and inflatables needed for a fun day.
Prices start from £290 for up to 12 players for 80 minutes. We can accommodate up to 250 players at one time making us the UK's largest mobile laser tag company.
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For an unforgettable event call or book your laser tag London party today.
Indoor Laser Tag London
Indoor lasertag is typically played in a large arena (may or may not be dark) run by a commercial laser tag operator. 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. The game computer often serves to control other game effects and to manage player scores.
Outdoor Laser Tag London
Outdoor lasertag equipment reflects design concerns that are different from indoor equipment. The equipment is generally expected to function well at longer ranges, even in daylight, so higher output power and specially designed optics are often a requirement. The units themselves are normally constructed of machined aluminum or a poly-carbonated plastic to withstand the abuse the outdoors brings. Players usually wear lightweight head sensors to receive hits. Operators typically either run games like indoor laser tag where you count the number of times you tag other players, or scenarios often approximate real-world combat, or a laser tag version of paintball games.