Real Life Video Game

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Helen looked over her kitchen island and sighed. She had a problem. Her daughter had been having a rough time adjusting to high school. In middle school, she’d had a bunch of friends and had been part of a few clubs. But her friends had ended up at a different high school and she hadn’t really made any new ones at this school. Lisa had gotten quieter in the first few weeks of the school year, talking less and less about her day. Now all Helen got was a subdued “fine” when she asked how school had been.

Helen just wasn’t sure how to help. There were a couple kids Lisa had said hi to when Helen dropped her off in the morning, but she hadn’t asked anyone to come over after school or asked to study with someone. She hadn’t even really talked with her old friends since classes started. She’d simply shut herself up in her room.

With another sigh, Helen went back to opening the mail. Bill, bill, junk, bill. She opened an envelope and was surprised to find a card inside. “Help celebrate Jacob Collins’ birthday at Lazer Warz!” it read, listing an address and a date. Collins was the last name of one of the moms Helen had met at the PTA meetings. She seemed to remember a shy-looking boy waiting for her after the meetings who Lisa had waved at once or twice.

“Hey Lisa?” Helen said, knocking on her door. “Can I come in for a sec?”

“Yeah,” Lisa called back.

Helen pushed open the door, finding Lisa lying in the bed, a gaming controller next to her. “Hey, you got an invite to a birthday party on Saturday.”

Lisa shrugged. “I think everyone in my class was invited to that. They’re just being nice.”

Helen sat on the bed next to her. “It could still be fun. Looks like they’re doing laser tag. It’s like those games you enjoy but in real life.”

Lisa rolled her eyes at her mom’s comment but she looked contemplative. “I really think it’d be good for you to meet up with some kids outside of school,” Helen added gently. “If you hate it, you can tell me you feel sick and I’ll take you home and I won’t make you do something like this again. But I think you might like it.”

Lisa was quiet for a few moments but finally she nodded. “I can’t promise to have fun. But I’ll go,” she says. Helen squeezes her hand and then heads back downstairs.


“Okay so we’ve got Red Team vs Blue Team,” the Lazer Warz employee said, explaining the game to the teenagers waiting in front of him. Helen saw Lisa, looking nervous, standing with her team. Everyone had been introduced as the arrived so the kids knew who they were playing with.

“Well that’s it. Go ahead and everybody go in. The game will start in just a minute.” The kids dispersed into the blow-up obstacles. Helen saw a brunette boy stop Lisa and they conferred before finding the spots they wanted to start. When the game started, the boy and Lisa worked as a team, taking people out while everyone else seemed to scatter. They covered each other and at the end, it was their team that won. Helen saw the first genuine smile she’d seen on her daughter’s face in a long time.

Lisa was practically bouncing as she rushed up to where the parents were sitting. “Mom, Mom did you see us? We were like bam! And they were like ah! And that was so cool!” The boy she’d talked with before called her name and she ran back for another round.

In the end, the parents practically had to drag the kids away at the end of the party. Lisa had a small group chatting with her as they headed for the door. Helen hung back a few moments, giving them longer to talk.

As the other kids dispersed, Helen and Lisa head toward the car. “This was so awesome and Sam and Tammy asked if we could hang out this week and we totally have to do this again. Can we come back next weekend? We could see if Andrew and Hannah want to come too and…” She continued talking, hardly pausing for breath.

Helen hid a smile. Thanks Lazer Warz.

Story by Ashleigh McKenna

Need an inexpensive party option?

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When you schedule a party at Lazer Warz on a Monday through Thursday evening (when school is in session in Vancouver), you can get the best party rate around.

The price is just $12/tagger, minimum of 8.  That is a $40 savings from our normal $136 rate.

You can still get our party room for $50 and our Exclusive Use option ($20-$60).

In order to book, just go to our Book-Now page and select your date for between Monday and Thursday (school days only) for 5:00 pm or later.

And let the savings begin!

March Mayhem at Lazer Warz!

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Of course March is known for Madness and for the start of Spring.  We at Lazer Warz want to bring a special offer.

On any Monday through Thursday you can play “all-day” for just $12/person.  That’s up to four hours of laser tag for the price of our normal half-hour session.

This is good for up to 20 people each day, so the earlier you come to purchase, the better.

This offer will only last through the month of March so take advantage of it while you can.

This offer is not valid with any other offer and is only valid during our Open Play times.  If someone schedules a party for those evenings, there will be further limits.  Fundraising nights are also not included.

You can only purchase on the day you want to play.

Now is your chance to play as much laser tag as you want, while the promotion lasts in March.

Autumn Specials

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Our Autumn specials will be good from October 1 to December 15.

From Sunday 5:00 pm until Friday 5:00 pm we are offering the following rates…

All Day: $18; 1 Hour: $12; 1/2 Hour $7, Single Game $2.50

From Friday 5:00 pm until Sunday 5:00pm – Standard Rates

We will continue to have a 25% discount for the First Hour (good until 1 hour after Open Play starts) .

Final Hour rates (starting 1 1/4 hours prior to close time)…

1 Hour $10, 1/2 Hour $6, Single Game $2.25.

As always… you can book parties at any time and our rates are great deals!

Happy Hour and Final Hour Special Deals

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First Hour

Our First half-hour.  When you come in at our opening and purchase within the first 30 minutes, you can save 25% on any half-hour, hour, or all-day pass.

Our opening times are 5:00 pm on school days (Vancouver School District) and 1:00 pm all others.

You can call or email for the deal, but you must pay by 4:00 pm on school days and 12:00 pm all others in order to get the deal that way, and the deals are non-refundable.

This deal is not available on holidays or other special event days including…

Oct 28, 2016

Final Hour

If you come in and purchase  between 7:45 and 8:30 pm on School nights or 8:45 and 9:30 pm any other night, you can play for 1 hour for $10 or 1/2 hour for $6.  You must be in person to purchase this deal.

We will stay open long enough to get everyone in who purchases.

This deal is not available on holidays or other special event days including…

Oct 28, 2016

Team Reward/Team Building

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My team works hard and produces.  It is time to reward them for a job well done.

But I want more than to just reward them.  I want to create a team that are friends, because people work better when they like the people they work with.

How do I do this?

Let me tell you an experience I had back in the early 90’s.  I went to work for Zenith Data System (a computer manufacturer of the time), in one of their laptop groups.  We have about a dozen engineers working together on various projects.

A couple of these engineers had a hobby called paintball.  It is a game where they would go out into the woods and fight with each other with guns that shot exploding paint balls… thus the name.

They spent a lot of time at work trying to convince the rest of us to join in and several of us did.

What we found the experience, and afterwards, is that we grew close as a team because of the shared experience and the stories we could talk about afterwards.

But paintball has a problem.  It stings when you get shot and not everyone likes that experience.

Well I can think of an alternative.  You could do a nerf gun war, like this video.

But, man what a mess to clean up.

Or you could try laser tag.  Our laser tag plays games similar to paint-ball and feels like a live-action video game.

You could do this at your location, like our friends at Whole Foods did.

Or you could come to our location.

Either way, you will give your team and experience they will talk about for a long time.  That talking is where the real friendship happens.

So, whatever you decide, look for the opportunity to reward your team with an experience to get them talking.

If you are interested in more information about our offering, click here!

If you are a repeat guest, you can save more…

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Have you come to Lazer Warz and enjoyed playing here?

Would you come more often if you could save money off our regular prices?

We offer bulk opportunities for purchasing laser tag sessions

You can buy packages of 10, 20, or 40 sessions, either 1/2 hour or 1 hour, or even all day!.

10 1/2 Hour Sessions

$ 108

10% Savings

20 1/2 Hour Sessions

$ 180

25% Savings

40 1/2 Hour Sessions

$ 270

50% Savings

10 1 Hour Sessions

$ 180

10% Savings

20 1 Hour Sessions

$ 300

25% Savings

40 1 Hour Sessions

$ 400

50% Savings

10 All-Day Sessions

$ 240

10% Savings

20 All-Day Sessions

$ 400

25% Savings

40 All-Day Sessions

$ 600

50% Savings

Savings based on $12 for 1/2 hour, $20 for 1 hour, or $30 for an All-Day pass.

You can purchase these by requesting them using our contact form or at our location.

Kid only sessions starting this Summer

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Keep your kids active and healthy this summer by playing laser tag with kids their own age.

We are planning a new offering, starting in June, Monday through Fridays.

We are going to offer sessions targeted to young kids, to help parents keep their kids active.

From 10:00-11:00 am, we will start a session for kids aged 5-8.  From 11:30 am – 12:30 pm, we will host a session for kids aged 9-12.

This will allow for kids to play laser tag with other kids there own age.  They will get a good hour of exercise as well.

The cost will be for $10/session/kid, paid for one month at a time.   Walk ins on scheduled sessions available for $15, check our calendar for classes scheduled.

Each session will meet weekly, same day, same time, all month long.

If you are interested sign up on our sign-up sheet below.  The sessions will be scheduled when we have a minimum of 8 kids signed up.  Payment will be due prior to the first session.

If you just want to walk in and play, check out our calendar for our open play time on our “Our Location”  page.

You can sign up below and pay at the front desk, the day of the first session.  Signups for June end on May 31st.

Current Sign-up Sheets

Title Date Open Spots  
Sunday Session August 20, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 21, 2017 100
Sessions Signup August 22, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 23, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 24, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 25, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 26, 2017 120
Sunday Session August 27, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 28, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 29, 2017 120
Sessions Signup August 30, 2017 120

High School Fun

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Are you looking for a fun activity for your high school team or club?
Are you struggling with finding the perfect activity for your senior party?

Do your teachers and staff need a team building activity?


Have you considered the possibility of having laser tag brought to you?


Lazer Warz is a mobile laser tag company that brings laser tag to your events, at your location.


We play a variety of games including team domination, capture the flag, free-for-all, and a zombie like game called infection.


These games are all private and build teamwork and camaraderie between players.


We have done team events at Clackamas High School, a senior party for Mountain View High School, and a team building event at Parkrose High School.

Now it’s your turn.

Click the link below to book a party or you can call for more information 503-803-2214 or email

Let’s get the parties rolling.