Gears of War: Laser Siege

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Fight alongside Marcus Michael Fenix

Gears of War: Laser Siege, based on the homonymous video game intellectual property, features Alterface's next generation laser tag : Divided in two or four teams, up to 24 players battle against each other. Beware the common ennemy though: the Locusts - the alien race who declared war against the human mankind. As the two-level game area is settled on Sera, the home planet of the Locusts, they will be part of this battle as well. Dodge their attacks, strike back but don't get distracted from the other human team charging up front !

The mission will not be easy to fullfill, Soldier. But the fun is guaranteed !

Wearing a jacket and armed with a laser gun, players walk in a dimly lit zone trying to score points by shooting on the opponent team. While they wander in the attraction, players will come across screens showing virtual ennemies that will shoot on them as well. If they don't shoot them first, they will be shot and lose points. Sharp eyes and quick reflexes are the key skills to succeed.

 

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Technical Specifications
MIXED-MEDIA INTERACTIVE GAME BATTLE, 2016

Design: Riva Creative
Media Studio: Riva Creative
Laser Tag System:
Cyberblast
Footprint:
260 m² (2799 ft²)
Capacity:
24 players/session
Throughput:
144 players/hour
Duration:
10 min.
Interactive device:
Portable device
Media:
2D
Number of interactive Scenes
: 3
Number of screens:
3
Physical targets:
Yes (players)
Hall of fame:
Yes

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