This review a sponsored post about toys and games on behalf of Laser X, the ultimate game of laser tag at home.
Laser X Micro Blasters: Play Laser Tag at Home
My kids love video games, but they also enjoy playing outside with friends. Laser tag is a great way to let the kids experience a video game and the outdoors. A while ago we reviewed Laser X – Laser Tag System at Home and it has gotten a lot of use. Over Thanksgiving, it was a big hit with both the younger and older kids.
Laser X Micro Blasters
Laser X helps get kids off the couch for a fun game of laser tag that includes a technologically advanced laser blaster system. One of the new additions to their laser tag products is the Micro Blasters. Just like the other Laser X gear, the Micro Blasters have lights and sound effects. With the Micro Blasters, there are receivers that you strap to your upper arm. Then, you can blast opponents up to 100 feet away. When it comes time to reload, all that you have to do is press and hold the trigger.
Fun Outdoor Activity
This afternoon the kids brought both the original Laser X and then Micro Blasters in the front yard. They started with Micro Blasters and easily got them set up and ready for play.
After just a few minutes of gameplay, the neighborhood kids filled our yard, wanting to join in the fun.
It was nice seeing all of the kids running around outside together having a great time.
The good thing about the Micro Blasters is that they are super portable. They easily fit into bags and backpacks.
Micro Blasters are recommended for ages 6 and up and are available for purchase at Amazon.
Here is a video to show you more about Micro Blasters.
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