A hoard of zombies invaded the woodland on the outskirts of Thorpe Park Resort.
Brave Zombie Hunters needed help to hunt those pesky Zombies down and eradicate them before an epidemic swept through Surrey, United Kingdom.
It was time for Zombie Hunters to take on this family-friendly interactive laser blaster experience to defeat the zombies and regain control of THORPE PARK Resort.
Each Zombie Hunter was issued a laser tag, Blaster. The blaster model was actually the Cobra and is from Battlefield Sports.
Zombie Hunters then proceeded to a mission briefing in the old Canada Creek Railway line.
Here a friendly face prepared each team on the shooting range for battle.
Equipped with a 'laser tag' Cobra gun the Zombie Hunters headed onto a series of six thrilling scenes, each with their own character and scare.
According to Thrill Nation, "The gameplay works well, find the targets on the zombies and shoot! They have to be shot a certain number of times before they die and you can proceed! (Tip: research the characters on the posters outside the attraction before entering.)
Overall, Zombie Hunt provided a really fun & interactive experience that is suitable for everyone (who can handle a scare or two of course)!"
While some may remember their own high school prom as a horror story, Battlefield Operator Steve Jordan has taken this to an entirely new level with his Zombie Prom.
Fear on the Farm were the producers of the thrilling Zombie Prom.
Photographer Mike Winland was on-site to capture the scary scenes. There were also great prizes and giveaways “ghoul-ore.”
The Zombie Prom was open to ages 14 and older.“It’s going to be a really big party. We wanted it to be like high school/college for adults. We didn’t want it for the little ones, but, of course, the little ones don’t go to prom, anyway.
Another thrilling zombie laser tag attraction was from Pennsylvania.
The Game: Zombie Resistance is a 4-player, linear story-driven adventure through the ruins of an old drive-in theater.
Base Tactics team have also upgraded part of their live gaming arsenal to the latest SATR3 technology which enabled even more thrilling zombie games.
One of the core elements of a haunt is "startle and scare".
The last thing you want to be is predictable.
Frights can be achieved by a prop, animatronics or actors popping out unexpectedly. But the most random and most unpredictable is a live actor.
Yes, bait and switch works well. If patrons are focused on something on the left, then the startle appears from a camouflaged point on the right. The more startle, the better.
For real adrenaline-pump patrons need a series of scares that cascade into a crescendo.
The first fright might be to give the participants a minor heart attack, but just as they catch their breath, another scarier action appears. Stunning them. Shocking them.
The top haunts nowadays have special effects, makeup and prosthetics just like in the movies.
Haunt customers today are seeking a new level of thrill. Haunted house designers are always considering new ways to scare their customers. Customers want to be a part of an interactive experience.
Guests want to be active participants rather than passive viewers.
Rather than simply walking or running through a haunted maze with zombie laser tag patrons become gamers.
They become part of the story.
Heroes who lived (or died) by defending each other against the zombie horde.
The Battlefield Sports technology enabled a unique zombie game experience.
Guests played the "Zombie Domination" game.
Fright Nights fanatics experienced a frenzied attraction for the Halloween season.
Designed for teens and adults, this season featured the "Zombie Termination" an interactive attraction with laser guns.
A large area of operations (AO) within Movie World was infected by Zombies.
Fright Night enthusiasts had to take out the zombies and, if they could, survive.
A squad of 10 to 12 recruits were challenged to make their way through this thrilling attraction.
Be alarmed not just alert as the zombies can infect you.
Gamers must go for the "double-tap" to the zombies' heads.
Suit up, weapons at the ready and head in the game.
It is all about teamwork and determination in this frightful fight.
You will need a different kind of strategy, because how do you survive when your target is already dead?
Put your squad in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, armed only with a laser gun and try to save your buddies and yourself.
There you have it, a round-up of just some of the successful zombie attractions from around the world.
The next generation of laser tag equipment lets your gamers take to the battlefield to destroy the undead.
The Battlefield Sports laser tag system is turnkey. If offers patented peer-to-peer technology.
Battlefield Sports is a world leader in laser tag innovation.
Its award-winning technology, SATR, adds a new element to haunted attractions. SATR gives gamers real-time kill-confirmation sound effects. As well as kill confirmation via the red-dot scope.
Gamers can count how many zombies they've killed in real time.
Gamers are armed with gaming guns, like the Honey Badger, P90, Spitfire Uzi (for military-themed haunts) the Scorpions or Blaster (for fantasy-themed haunted) or the Cobra (for a family-friendly attraction). The Zombies are equipped with zombie melee packs. This is cutting-edge technology.
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The zombie laser tag equipment was played either indoors or outdoors. Installation is straightforward, literally turn the key and you are "good to go!" The equipment is 100% portable. In fact, you don't even need electricity. Add zombie laser tag to your haunt and attract a horde of new customers with the next generation of laser tag equipment.
Add zombie laser tag to your Haunt this Halloween and drive hordes of new customers to your attraction. Contact your local consultant today.