Tag, You’re It. Summer Fun with Laser X.

Laser X Micro Blaster Review.

Summer is a time when kids will gladly look at a screen playing video games for the next three months. The challenge for parents is to get kids of the couch and moving around. In the 70s, we called it “play”.

Now kids and parents can both get what they want. If your kids love video games, then Laser X will get them off the couch for a fun game of laser tag with an updated, technologically-advanced laser blaster system.

Laser X tag game

Please note that this is a sponsored post. All opinion are my own.

Micro Blasters are the newest addition to a line of products that includes: original Laser X, which blasts 200 feet; a Long-Range Blaster, which blasts 400 feet; and a Gaming Tower with 10-built-in games.

Like other Laser X gear, Micro Blasters feature state-of-the-art lighting and sound effects that bring the excitement of a laser tag arena right to your own backyard. Strap a receiver onto your upper arm, and blast opponents up to 100 feet away. Reloading is easier than ever; Just press and hold the trigger.

Laser X tag game

All Laser X sets work together, so games can have as few as two players – or the whole neighborhood can play together. Advanced sensors in the Laser X blaster know when players are blasting, being hit, running or hiding. An interactive “coach” uses this information to give players tips and tricks throughout the game.

The new 5-inch Laser X Micro Blasters fit easily into bags and backpacks and are great for games on-the-go. Laser X Micro Blasters may be small, but they deliver big fun. Just strap on a receiver and blast opponents up to 100 feet away.

Laser X tag game unit

Micro Blasters are recommended for ages 6+ and retail for $29.99 for a double set and $14.99 to equip a single player. The game is available at GetLaserX.com and is coming soon to Walmart, Costco and Target.

The double set of blasters I was sent requires 6 AAA batteries that are not included.

Noise level: it beeps. If it’s on, it beeps. Beep, beep, beep.

Installing batteries: the battery compartments are secured with small Phillips head screws. Make sure you have a tiny screwdriver! The upside to this is kids are less likely to randomly pull the batteries out for other toys.

Laser X battery access

Adding new players: for more than two players, you can buy another single unit, or double unit. All Laser X Micro Blasters will work together for fun team play.

Check out the YouTube video for more info:

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