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Laser Skirmish is a completely new game developed for the purpose of fun combat games that can be played indoors
Laser Skirmish is a completely new game developed for the purpose of fun combat games that can be played indoors or outdoors
It’s just like a live computer game.
Laser Skirmish is a complete, balanced and fully play tested game system. It is a team combat simulator played in a variety of locations such as bush land, around buildings or schools and in huge warehouses. Laser Skirmish equipment is 100% portable, tough and weather-proof The game is completely mobile and versatile, so we can also run at your fete, festival, party or practically any other event.
The technology enables an extended range of infrared units in all playing conditions. Extensive testing was carried out to achieve optimal levels of range and firepower of each gun/sensor for the most satisfying gaming experience . The effect is a game so thrilling you will want to play over and over again. The combat game of Laser Skirmish has been influenced bymodern computer games and military training scenarios. These scenarios provide team members the opportunity to overcome adversity together, and gain greater understanding of themselves and the team.
But most of all it is adrenaline-pumping fun!!
Wide Bay Laser Skirmish is locally owned and operated in the Wide Bay Region by Phillip and Rhonda Kay of Apple Tree Creek, near Childers, QLD.
Phillip, a radio technician by training, has been involved in the telecommunications and entertainment lighting industries for over thirty years.
Phillip (aka Chewy) is the Communications and Armoury Officer, who ensures the guns are in good working order for each mission as well as being the Commanding Officer of Wide Bay Laser Skirmish.
Whilst in search of an adventure activity for their sons, Phillip and Rhonda discovered Laser Skirmish over ten years ago in Brisbane when laser skirmish was just starting out. Their sons Timothy and Benjamin still play regularly. The boys have had so much fun shooting each other and especially their mother that the family decided to set up Laser Skirmish in the Wide Bay Region for all to enjoy.
Rhonda, who originally trained as secretary and recreation officer whilst working in a QLD forensic lab and hospitals, recently added to her formidable organising skills with a Diploma in Hospitality Management from Wide Bay TAFE.
Rhonda (aka Radar) is the Enlistment Officer and ensures that each Skirmish session runs like clockwork.
Tim (aka Wookie) and Ben (aka Top Gun), are ranked players.
Tim is a Field Commander running the battlefields and missions each week. Ben is a Medic responsible for providing replacements and backup on the field.
Their daughter Meghan (aka Elmo) is currently on deployment in Brisbane area helping with another battlefield “Laser Assault” on the Sunshine Coast.
After six years, the Kay Family is excited and looking forward to sharing the Laser Skirmish experience with everyone. So, together with sons Tim and Ben, Phillip ensures that all players have a great time.