What It Is
What It Is
With the Spy Net Laser Strike Dueling System, kids can play laser tag at home. (Obviously, this doesn't have real lasers—it uses infrared light.) The Dueling System comes with two blasters, two targets, and a 3D Spy Card that unlocks secret content on your home computer using augmented reality technology.
To start a game of laser tag, each player straps a target to his arm. Press the reset button on the blasters to start the game. When a target is hit, an electronic display will flash and a "hit" sound will be heard. On the ninth hit, a warning tone alerts the player that he can only be hit one more time. On the 10th hit, the player is eliminated and his blaster will shut down.
The blasters feature fast-action triggers, textured grip, reload buttons that charge up 25 more shots, and neutralizer mode that disables the opponent's blaster for 15 seconds.
Kids can unlock training games, download mission videos, and build a spy arsenal when they visit SpyNetHQ.com.
Why It’s Fun
This is head-to-head laser tag play that will have kids running around and having fun. Kids can also set up the Dueling System as a solo target practice.
Who It’s For
The Laser Strike Dueling System is for ages 8 and up.
What to Be Aware of
The Dueling System requires six AAA batteries, which are not included.
Real lasers are not being used in the Laser Strike Dueling System. It's just an invisible infrared light.
In order to use the 3D Spy Card, you must have a webcam.