Lazer Tag Team Ops Deluxe 2-Player System
Lazer Tag Team Ops Deluxe 2-Player System
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|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Tag! You're hit. Take high-tech fun and adventure to the extreme with this deluxe Lazer Tag game. The key is a wireless tagger with LCD display that provides live-action readout of 7 game stats and communicates with teammates' devices. Put on the heads-up display unit (HUD) like a pair of sunglasses and get real-time audio/visual feedback like "target locked on," "target is hit" and "you are hit." The 2-player system comes with 2 tagger units, 2 HUD units, 11 preprogrammed games plus the ability to custom-design a virtually unlimited number of games. Use with the Lazer Tag 2-Player Team Talk System (sold separately). For ages 8 and up. Imported.
|Product Length:||3.25 inches|
|Product Width:||15.0 inches|
|Product Height:||18.0 inches|
|Package Length:||18.0 inches|
|Package Width:||15.0 inches|
|Package Height:||3.0 inches|
|Package Weight:||3.4 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 95 reviews|
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.
|Average Customer Review: ( 95 customer reviews )
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348 of 354 found the following review helpful:
Lazer Tag toy teaches teamwork and problem-solving in a fun Nov 25, 2004
"Nuclear Dawn Laser Tag Club Founder"
Hello, this is my first review of an item on Amazon.com. To start off, I will simply go through the categories the stars highlight, then move on to a broader review.
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. This type of game will probably allow even quicker problem solving than "pen and paper" practice due to the immediate incentives of victory and admiration from teammates and opponents alike.
Durability: Flat out 5. This is not to say that you can use the guns to pound a nail into a 2 by 4, but I HAVE taken several tumbles down hills and tripped over several roots while playing, and even landed tagger first a couple times, but none of my gear has sustained anything but minor cosmetic damage. I have also played in light rain conditions, without any problems, although I wouldn't recommend this gear to be used in full rain, as the type of buttons on it would be susceptible to allowing water inside. If you are the parent of a player who DOES get their gear wet and comes complaining to you, the best thing to do is remove the batteries and let it sit for a couple days in a dry place. It will most likely resume normal functionality after it is dry.
OK, so that takes care of the ratings Amazon asked me to provide. Now here is something extra I would like to add in. Don't think for a second that this gear is "just for kids" I have been an avid laser tag player since I started picking up gear off of ebay in 1999, and this is the best I have seen. I play with a group of people in the Puget Sound area of Washington that range in age from 8-80, as one member put it (I am too polite to ask exact ages) I will be moving home soon, and plan on forming a club in Central Illinois. I will be sticking with this gear as our main equipment, and hope to see more groups spring up across the country. It is high time Lazer Tag gets the attention and popularity it deserves, and I think this gear will be what turns the key in that lock.
111 of 112 found the following review helpful:
Ages 8 and up Dec 03, 2004
I just saw the review below and had to reply to it (I am one of the inventors of this toy)...
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. Like anything with advanced capabilities, there is a slight learning curve -- but today's "computer kids" pick it all up right away, everything is designed to be very familiar to any kid who plays video games. Chances are, they'll be teaching their parents how to use this toy to it's fullest capabilities!
The most advanced players will enjoy custom-tailoring each game type to the specific locations they are playing in and the players who are in the game, allowing for complex tactical games like "Own The Zone" (like a King Of The Hill game but with Lazer Tag) or "Kings" (you must defeat the opponents' KING to win, not just the guards). These games help teach problem-solving skills, teamwork, strategic thinking, and good sportsmanship.
Kids ages 8-10 will mainly prefer the basic grab-it-and-go Lazer Tag game and the basic pre-defined intermediate games. Kids ages 10 and up will appreciate the new game types the most, as these move well beyond the normal "Lazer Tag" game play. Kids 13 and over will enjoy the advanced capabilities, teamwork, problem-solving, and experimenting with the tactical implications of specific game set-ups. We have designed this toy to last a long time, because we intended for it to be something kids will play with for a very long time, not just toss aside after a couple of days.
123 of 130 found the following review helpful:
Best Laser Tag System made Nov 15, 2004
By Bla dee
This laser tag system is amazing! It is so cool. This is a must have for every child. First the eye peice is really cool, it let's you know when your gun is locked on the target, whenyou shot someone, and when you've been shot by someone else. The range is 250+, even outside. The sounds can be turned on and off. Also, the most astoundingly epic thing about this guns is that there is a LCD screen on the gun. The screen provides real live info, such as how many sheilds you have left and so on. This gun also comes with 11 pre-programmed games. Your child can also customize your own games, enhancing them. Your child will never get bored of the endless features. All i can do is hope that you buy this set, and make you child a happy one.
73 of 75 found the following review helpful:
Great Gear with a few catches. Jul 14, 2004
By David F. Roman
We had a chance to test these guns in the woods up near Seattle at Bremer BattleIV (see www.1SourceLaserTag.com for more info). These guns are very durable (compared to other brands), and loaded to the hilt with features....warning some adults may have problems with this gear as it is designed for the video gamming crowd...lotsa buttons, bells and whistles. The only drawbacks is that the sensor is on the gun which can be easily blocked - and the aiming is difficult as the sights are on the side of the gun. Only other problem is that it is hard to distinguish between being hit and hitting someone (sounds are too close to being the same) However, the built in games and features out weigh these problems and over all we had a BLAST with this gear....pun intended!
81 of 85 found the following review helpful:
Pimptress is wrong Aug 06, 2004
This toy works perfectly in even the brightest sunlight, over 200 feet range, and there are no sensors on the side of it just a big one on the top. Maybe she's reviewing a Laser Challenge toy by accident? Anyway my nephews and neices, their friends, and I have had a blast playing with this -- biggest hit toy I've ever given them! Best of all, it gets them out from in front of the TV/video games and helps them keep fit by running all around outside!
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