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Laser Tag Games Are Thrilling In Any Language

Immerse Your Players With Local Language Sound Effects

The ability to have the equipment interact with gamers in their local language is vital to an operator's success. Not only does the SATR system issue sound effects in ten of the world's most widely spoken languages, it also offers 4 variations on English (with different accents and semantics) and a language-free "arcade" sound scheme. In addition, the SFX can be customized at point of manufacture.

One of the key tenets in SATR's patented technology is its real-time hit-feedback. An operator can select various sound schemes for this feedback.

The languages offered in the SATR system are:
  • 1. US English – Female (this is the factory default, unless otherwise stipulated) 
  • 2. US English – Male
  • 3. British English – British
  • 4. Arabic
  • 5. Mandarin
  • 6. Deutche (German)
  • 7. French
  • 8. Italian
  • 9. Japanese
  • 10. Portuguese
  • 11. Russian
  • 12. Spanish
  • 13. Laser Tag English (this has a US English-Female accent and changes voice sounds and display settings to Laser Tag)
  • 14. Arcade or Custom (you can have your own language, you will just need to provide us certain sound files when you order)

The "Arcade" sound scheme is the latest innovation to SATR SFX. The Arcade sound scheme plays musical sound effects instead of spoken words and therefore is language-free. In other works it is independent of a specific language so can be used anywhere in the world. the Arcade sound scheme has sound effects consistent with classic fast action arcade games. Remember Pinball sounds? The emphasis with Arcade sound scheme is on fun.

Likewise the "Laser Tag English" sound scheme is for those operators that need something more family-friendly than the other sound schemes in SATR. Instead of SFX like "Casualty" and "Kill confirmed" the unit issues SFX like "tagged" and "de-activated". This change in semantics is important, depending on your customer's cultural background.

All sound files are in 11khz 8 bit mono wav file format.

In our experience we have used the Chinese sound scheme especially for entertaining Chinese school students.

And we know that the Spanish sound scheme is used widely. Just check out this video briefing in Spainish!


Battlefield Live: NuestraTecnología from BattleFieldLive Chile - Chicureo on Vimeo.

Next, check out this great video which was made in Spain.