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FAQ - Weather

What do we do if it rains?
We generally try to do the party in the rain or snow at the host's discretion. If the rain is light there is really no reason to postpone a party. Moderate or heavy rain can effect the guns. We do not do parties in thunderstorms or in cold rain out of concern for the player's safety or health. Light rain, fog or better yet light snow only add to the experience. Every month a few mothers will tell us how their son has expressed disappointment that his party is not in the rain like his friend's party. We have even done parties during the remnants of a hurricane.

When do we decide if a party is to be postponed?
We strongly advise waiting until the last possible time you are comfortable with before changing your party schedule. Our weather forecasters are often wrong. Our experience has been that we have three types of rain; spotty showers, thunderstorms and all day soakers. Spotty showers can be difficult but we can usually work around them. Thunderstorms usually blow over quickly and sometimes we can wait them out. All day soakers are usually obvious early in the day and we try to reschedule for another date.

Can I book a rain date?
No. Our experience has been that some people will postpone a party on dates with a small potential of rain if we give them an escape route of a rain date. Parties that had great weather were lost because of the weatherman's incorrect guesses. Children and families that wanted to schedule parties had to be denied because of a few client's insistence on booking multiple time periods to insure optimal party times. Rain dates are just not fair to other families.

Do you play laser tag in the winter?

Yes. People go skiing in the winter, why not play laser tag?

Winter weather conditions can be challenging but if the guests wear layers of clothing the games are just as fun as the Summer. The biggest concern is when we have thawing and refreezing conditions as ice can be a safety problem. Players need to be reminded to wear clothing appropriate to the weather on their invitation. Gloves are a big plus as the laser tag guns can be very cold. Layers of clothing are strongly suggested as the players will take off their coats as they get hot from all the running. Good shoes or boots with socks are very helpful, crocs in January are a fashion faux pas.

Winter is not really an issue, especially to the players. The coldest person at the party will be the mission director.

Do you play laser tag in the hottest parts of the Summer?

Yes. The players just need lots of water and generally they move slower. We can take breaks if needed. Mainly, you just need to provide lots to drink.