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Lazer Tag Team Ops Deluxe 2-Player System
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- Each Tagger requires 6 AA batteries (not included).
- Includes 2 different colors of the Tagger and HUD unit, 2 connector cables, stickers and instructions.
- Colors may vary.
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Fun: I am 23 years old, and am not afraid to admit that I bought this stuff mainly for myself... I have 24 sets, which is the maximum number of players in the programmed games. Every game I have played has been a blast, in environments ranging from a large wooded backyard, to a very large woodland park, to a privately reserved coastal fort battery :) The main thing that makes this gear fun game after game is that it has so many different modes of play available. There are straight up free-for-alls, team based games, Protect the leader games, "King of the hill" (Zone) games, and even a couple "Hide and Seek" games, that have you chasing the rival team 1 minute, thun running from them the next (Great cardiovascular workout by the way, just program a 20 minute Hunt/Seek game in close quarters)
Educational Value: I gave it a 5 because of 2 key areas of experience it gives which are invaluable throughout an entire lifetime. First, in the team oriented games, the players on the team which can communicate and work together effectively will be able to win over a team that bickers and quarrels. By encouraging random team formations, the game "leaders" can force the players to learn to put aside their differences and work together for a victory. Secondly, when the players on one team find themselves in a bad spot compared to the other team, they will quickly learn to improvise and will develop problem solving skills to allow them to escape from even the most awkward situations.Read more ›
It is intended for ages 8 and up as the package indicates, so I don't doubt 6-year-olds would have a hard time with the advanced controls, but you don't need to use them and you certainly don't need to be a teenager to get a lot of enjoyment out of this toy.
For just the old fashined grab-it-and-go game, all you have to do is pull the trigger once to wake the toy up and pull it again to start the game. There is a 10-second countdown so that everyone can get to a starting position, then the game begins and it's just like the Lazer Tag everyone knows and loves: you try to tag your opponents 10 times each, and if you do so they are out. You do need to "reload" every 10 tags launched, which is done by pulling the forward handle back and releasing it. So those are the only controls you need for the basic game, just Trigger and Reload. The game runs until everyone is out except for the winner.
The headset provides a 3-light display to tell younger kids how they are doing: The green light means you can expect a tag to score if you pull the trigger (you are lined-up on target), the yellow light means the tag scored, and the red light means the other player just scored a tag on you. There are sounds also played with each of these lights, so older kids can leave the headset behind and not miss out on anything. The units also announce "Danger!" if another player is sneaking up on you.
There are more advanced games that older kids can set up and customise for themselves, just like in video games. I have yet to see a 10-year-old who didn't have this process down pat within the first few tries, and able to explain it to the 8-year-olds after just a few games.Read more ›
Two guns are good on their own, but to really get the full value out of these guns is to have a lot of guns (convince friends to purchase) and then have a massive war.
Overall, the many features, well made gun, and smart design made this the best laser tag gun I have ever used.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
OMG I have 4 of these these things with the glasses which I never got to now how to use Mich but it was fun playing with them one against my friends. Read morePublished 9 months ago by minecraft gamer
While growing up my family couldn't afford a lot for christmas so when I woke up one day to this laser tag system I was in awe and had no idea what I was in for. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Garett B.
can someone tell me why this is priced at $899?? i think its too late in the year for april fools...or are you getting a head start on april 2015Published 17 months ago by daminashun
Im a toy engineer and helped invent this toy but.i knew it was a fail especially for the price this thing suckPublished 19 months ago by Enrique Camarena
Out of the LTTO compatible guns, this is my favorite. The headpieces are fairly useless, and unusable to glasses wearing individuals, but a nice touch for people who can use them. Read morePublished on November 25, 2013 by Poik Spirit
These are pretty fun for a little while but the kids did not seem to stay interested in these for very longPublished on January 17, 2013 by Cass Muse
Woow. I Remember That When I Was A Kid I Used To Play With These Everyday. I Ended Up Losing Them Somewhere, But When I Saw This Price My Heart Dropped. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by Christian
I ordered this set which was more expensive than a couple others because this one was listed collectible very good. I feel like i got scammed. Read morePublished on December 7, 2011 by Tessy
This is strange cus i got these guns for $50 like three years ago. i brought These things here to Zambia and started up a lazer tag thing. Read morePublished on November 13, 2008 by Ann Mcvey