THE Stratford Herald has teamed up with the area’s first outdoor laser tag arena, in Studley, to offer readers the chance to win one of four great prizes.
Laser Conflict can be played by any age over 12 and, with so many scenarios to play, there are missions to suit everyone, the equipment is state- of-the-art which give perfect strikes, unlike other outdoor battle games such as paintball which can be affected by weather and also can cause pain and bruises.
The equipment registers at over 600 metres to an accuracy of one inch and the game missions can vary from protecting a safe to disarming a bomb, with lots of great places to hide and cover in our arena which has been made from recycled items such are skips, diesel barrels and pallets.
And the arena has a sound system and flood lights which make an incredible atmosphere whilst playing the Zombie hunter game which really gets the adrenaline pumping! Games like Extreme King of the Hill will give even the fittest players a workout with the radioactive maze causing all sorts of trouble for the best of players.
The Herald has is offering four lucky winners four tickets each to cash in for an hour’s session in the arena. Under 16’s must be under adult supervision.
To enter the competition just pick up a copy of the Herald, out today for details and entry form.
The arena is based at The Golf Centre in Brickyard Lane, Studley, and more information is available at: www.laserconflict.com