SABR

XTREME LASER TAG


HOW TO PLAY?


HOW IS LASER TAG PLAYED AT SABR?


Laser tag is a tag game played with replica weapons which fire infrared beams of light. Infrared-sensitive targets are commonly worn by each player and are sometimes integrated within the arena in which the game is played.


It was developed in late 1970s by the United States Army which deployed a system using infrared beams called the MILES system. MILES stands for multiple integrated laser engagement system. Similar systems are now manufactured by several companies and used by various armed forces around the world for combat training purposes.


SABR, at it's core, is extreme laser tag.  Our version is more advanced, complex and supercharged than traditional venues. Traditional laser tag games outfit all players with identical looking gun models.  At SABR, you get the choice of seven different  realistic, military-grade replica weapons, each with their own advantages. We also have more than 50 different real-world missions aimed at accomplishing team objectives.  Friendly-fire counts and combatants have a limited number of lives. We combine the best elements of laser tag, paintball, video games and action movies.