Gresham Wunderland
140 NW Burnside Road,
Gresham, Oregon.
Telephone: 503-238-1617

Laser tag is an exciting adventure game where you will find heart pounding fun each and every time you play. From the minute you walk in to put on your battle suit the excitement begins. Once you walk in to the themed arenas and see blinking lights that materialize through the fog-shrouded corridors you know you are in for some adventure. Our arenas are filled with a gentle haze to make the lasers and flashing lights more visible. Music and black-lighting also add to the atmosphere to create a feeling of walking in to another realm. Laser tag is an exciting, fast-paced game where you compete for high scores. Laser tag is available to ages 7 and up. Guests age 5 or 6 may be admitted if parent plays with them, no one under the age of 5 will be admitted.

Players are taken back in time as they enter this two level over 5500 square foot arena. You will find yourself deep in old lost mines and seeking shelter in the old western town. Be warned, this old town and mines are still active as you will find cranky old miners and other surprises at every turn. These old miners are very protective of there claims and town and they will do there best to protect them if you dare to enter the area. They can be zapped for points and convinced to be added to your team if you have some skill. You must be ware! Part of the old town has been take over by the Jade Serpent who has no interest in being your friend and if you disturb her you must take cover or find yourself deactivated. If some how you can survive her attack you will be rewarded with big points. In mine shaft 2 the miners have stored some TNT and if you enter you will find secret gems worth big points but again danger looms and if you are caught in this mine and the TNT becomes unstable and explosion will occur and you will be deactivated once again, only to recover by leaving the area. This arena has three base stations that you can tag to score points and up to 30 players can play at once as either individuals or a team.

You can play in free-for-all games or as part of a team. Teams are identified by the color of the flashing lights on the battle suit vests. The players attempt to tag the opponents and the bases of the other teams while avoiding being zapped. When the game is over, players receive individual scores showing how well they and their team did.

Wunderland Laser Tag proudly utilizes state-of-the-art Gen7 Supernova Laserforce equipment. Each battle suit has 20 hit sensors, 12 full-color LEDs, shoulder speakers with digital speech & SFX, and a 2-handed phaser with a special feature button for advanced abilities. And our Laserforce system offers a unique handicap & power-up system to keep things challenging game after game. The standard game of laser tag is played with 2 or 3 teams, but the sky is the limit!

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