The pre-game briefing is crucial in any Laser tag game. This is an important operator’s legal safeguard. This briefing sets the participant’s standards, sets the stage and gives the sport’s first impression to newbies.
The players meet in the conference room during a meeting, where they are told about the rules and the safety details. For today’s post, we’re going to explore the best way to get your briefing engaging with players and how you can create a perfect laser quest experience for all.
- Players Welcome
Once the players are ready, staff members should do the first thing, gather them in a room and go over the basics of the game.
Operators require the game marshals to only display a video at certain locations without having a proper introduction. That, though, can be a mistake. This also provides the game marshal with an opportunity to tell the attraction’s backstory.
Believe it or not, it has a backstory-driven laser tag attraction. There’s always a backstory to the setting, whether it’s an urban battlefield or outer space. It illustrates how and why the guests abandon a fun-filled setting and head into an urban arena. Otherwise, others may find the move off. The stage is set to play briefing video once the backstory is told.
- A briefing loop
Video briefings are wonderful additions to the briefing experience while a game marshal must never be replaced. A video briefing has the primary purpose of demonstrating how to run the equipment and safety laws to be followed.
It also provides the company with immunity against liability if any visitors are harmed because they violate the rules. The video can be used as an important part of the protection if the company is involved in a lawsuit.
- A personalized experience
Your game marshals can be granted latitude in personalizing it to make the gaming experience more enjoyable. No-one will want to deal with a dull marshal, constantly going through the same stuff.
Fosters Physical Activity
Let’s pass on! If the weather doesn’t cooperate or if it’s too wet, cold or sunny to spend a lot of time outside, Laser Tag is a winner. Weather is not going to disrupt your game, because our course is indoors. Get and stay moving while you navigate the course, trying to avoid opponents tagging. Surely this fast-paced movement gets heart pounding and blood flowing.
They should also be given the creative freedom to exercise their experiences and ideas to make the participants more fun. Calling birthday guests to help with demonstrations, or performing a laser tag rap, could be anything. The marshal in the game should be able to read the audience and cater for the briefing accordingly. Communicating with adults for example will not be similar to communicating with a group of pre-teens. For two separate age groups, a standardized briefing approach won’t work.
Laser tag briefing is also an essential part of the overall Laser tag game. Never hurry in it, or take a moment to ignore details.
I hope these tips along with your creativity, help you achieve an effective briefing.