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Last week, I went laser tagging with my friends. It was absolutely fun. Although, I sucked at it completely. After all, it's my first time playing and the fact that I completely suck at all this sort of stuff.

Well, a new indoor laser tag opened near my college and I knew I couldn't miss it. Plus, I always wanted to play laser tagging.

all of the pictures here are credits to indoorlaserbattle official pics.
 That's the cafe area.

Yes, the weapons. A laser gun & a jacket. It doesn't hurt but it vibrates when you are shot so that you know you are dead. When you are dead, you can't shoot or get shot by anyone for three seconds. Kinda cool, right?

When we played, it was dark and smoky with music blasting around. One game only lasts ten minutes but those ten minutes felt long because you are pumped with adrenaline. 

Plenty of partitions so that we can hide from each other. However, our jackets are lighted so that you know where your enemy is. Oh, there's also random lights flickering here and there, fooling you into thinking that's your enemy. Pretty nifty. 

My friends and I played two game. By the way, I actually ran straight into one of these partitions and my tooth nearly got knocked out. My nose actually still kinda hurts from that. I know, I should have been more careful but can you blame me, it was dark, smoky and blaring with music.
I'm the kind of person who's as blind as a bat, deaf as ....whatever it is that's deaf and is as clumsy as a sloth.

So this sorts of games are kind of dangerous to me. But nonetheless, I had loads of FUN and I would do it all over again (excluding the banging into the partition part).

In fact, I foresee this being my new hobby. (yea, I'm going to be broke. Oh well.)

PS, I did my first attempt on a Edgar Allan Poe style literature. Enjoy. I hope it's not too crappy. 
"My last moments." (pss, this is also updated into my stories list)


Happy "Sam" said…
You are welcome ~
We together sharing and support each other !~

wa !!
So lucky near your area there !!
I also wish to play !!
It really nice and enjoy !~

It can show out what kind of friends they are too !!
Team work ?
Helpful ?
and other !!
hehe !!

Enjoy !!
Really release a lot stress !!
Happy !~

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