NON- CLASSIFIED LASER TAG EQUIPMENT
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HOW TO PLAY
As you enter the briefing room you will be informed of the laser tag rules of etiquette which are the same no matter what form of tag you are playing. They are:
No climbing on the obstacles
No covering the pack sensors
No physical contact
Some arena's may have additional rules, these should be followed as they are put in place for your own safety.
Once the game marshal has told you the rules and demonstrated the correct way of putting on the pack you will then enter the pack room and suit up.
Once you have your pack on you will enter the arena. On the way through the arena entrance you may have to power up your phasor and pack. Your marshal will show you how to do this.
Once you are in the arena then you just need to keep tagging your opponents.
At the end of the game you will need to return to the pack room and remove your pack. Then you will need to collect your score sheet to see how well or how badly you did.
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