24 Tímár street
There are many so-called "laser tag" arenas in Hungary, especially within Budapest. Unfortunately, however, it is erroneous and misleading that all of these do indeed provide laser tag games, since, with a few exceptions, no laser gun is used in any of them. Laser tag as a collective term is the summary name of the games in which a laser fight game is played in a closed, dark and artificial nebulated area with equipment consisting of a multi-point illuminated vest and its laser weapon. Therefore this does not include today's increasingly common infrared light game system, which is played in daylight, even outdoors, using a piece of gun and headlamp.
Laser tag games can only be played with lasers!
The Laser Corner at Pécs, 24 Tímár street offers the gaming experience of the 21st century for both adults and children! The total area of the Laser Corner is 1400 m2, of which approximately 1000 m2 is the Arena area. In the centre of Pécs, we formed our Arena in an underground catacomb system that extends under the city. The sidewall of the reception area - to our great pride - is the stone wall of the old Pécs castle. Our partner company, the developer of the technology, is the Dutch Lasermaxx Lasergames B.V., which is present in 360 laser tag arenas in more than 50 countries around the world.
Finally, let's talk a little bit about the technology we use:
It is important to know that the laser light emitted by the laser gun is not harmful to the eye at all. Lasermaxx technology is constantly being tested and developed by renowned foreign professionals, and today we have gone from the EVO-1 system to the high-end EVO-6 system. It's the best laser tag system in the world today. Impact-resistant plexiglas covers the vest's LED lights, and an unbreakable laser gun is included in the system. A hit will disqualify the player for a few seconds. The result is audible, with the vest vibrating and the LED lighting temporarily off. After a few seconds, the player can join the game again. The range of the system is 35 m, so there is no need to stalk the opponent at close range, but the opponent can be shot with good sense even from a further point in the arena. The vests have variable lighting in 6 colors, so up to 6 teams can play against each other. The Laser Corner Rules restrict the terms of the game, which must be observed very seriously in order to preserve the physical integrity of ourselves and our fellow players. Continuous violations can also result in exclusion from the game, the playmaker can exclude the game-ruining player from the game, and disable his vest and weapon.
The most spectacular element of laser combat is that the laser light becomes visible thanks to the fog and the UV-lighting in the arena.
The arena uses sound and light effects to enhance the spectacle and the musical background during the game provides a great experience in the midst of the most intense fights.