When my kids were young, the coolest tech they had access to was Clippy the paperclip in Windows 95. I wish I could do it all over again because laser tag is a thing you can do at home now. And since this set is recommended for ages 8 and up, it has my name written all over it. Laser tag is the perfect game: You get to make pew-pew sounds, get some physical activity, play teams or one on one… and it’s a blast for kids and grown-ups alike. And right now, you can save over 50% on a two- or four-player set. Get thewith promo code CNETGPX at checkout. If you’d rather get . Both kits are about 53% off the regular price.
These kits are expandable; even if you start with two blasters, you can add more kits for larger tournaments. You can have as many as four teams and an unlimited number of players per team.
Each blaster gets nine lives per game and a volume control, and has a range of about 130 feet for battles that can span your entire house or backyard. Buy stock in Eveready, though: Each blaster runs on three AA batteries.
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