"This afternoon I was in Cleveland to run a laser tag game in a huge basement garage! It was a first public trial for Mystery Boxes. It was an absolute blast! I’ve been using two Mystery boxes, and all 15 players were really happy to upgrade their guns to, say, monstrous machine gun with 200 bullets… Awesome feature, absolute MUST-HAVE for laser tag business." - Alex, GC
The Battle Box
The Battle Box is a must have accessory. Think of it as a ditigal med-kit.
But it doesn't just respawn, the Battle Box acts as a prop in a myriad of games. The Battle Box has red, blue or purple light effects. The box can comes with a standard or upgrade to a whip antenna.
Battle Boxes enable you to reduce your staffing overhead. The software within will do the work for you. Battle Boxes help make your games run smoothly and efficiently.
Battle Boxes can be set to undertake many actions. These settings support a broad range of missions and gaming options. Depending on which game you are running will determine how many and battle boxes you will need.
Laser Tag Mechanics
One of the most common functions of a Battle Box is to be set as a Medic. The Medic setting will have the Battle Box respawn players. Gamers just need to stand near the box and the system will automatically return all their health points. This frees up your hands and keeps the game play running smoothly.
Depending on the game, Battle Boxes can also be set to act like targets. In these cases, players shoot the Battle Box to achieve an objective or recieve an upgrade.
In special scenario mission, a Battle Box can also simulate a bomb. This uses infra-red and radio. You can set the radio strength, how much damage is inflicted, and the sound effects made. These can all be configured via the Master Controller or the SATR-HUB software.
As you can see there are loads of different things the battle box can be configured to do!