While away on our Seaside and Minigolf Roadtrip to Lincolnshire, we visited two Laser Tag game centres, and managed to play one of them.
In Cleethorpes we were unable to play as the game requires at least four players for it to be finacially viable for the Amusement Arcade to run. The Labyrinths of Doralia at Fairworld does sound intriguing though! We will be back, and in greater numbers...
We had better luck on Skegness where, after a great big Steak Dinner (at Steak n Stuff), Emily and I went for a one-on-one Laser Tag Battle at the Laser Quest on Skegness Pier!
I won :-) Emily scored 117, and I scored 287. Our 'colour' was MIXED rather than the standard RED or GREEN!
There has been no change in the Laser Tag Rankings since the last update.
What started as an exploration of the minigolf courses in the UK and around the world has exploded into all areas of the weird, wonderful and especially the unique. Sharing the great (and not so great) things we find, learn about and appreciate as we go!
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Laser Quest on Skegness Pier, but not in Cleethorpes
Posted by Richard Gottfried at Sunday, May 29, 2011
Labels: Cleethorpes, Emily Gottfried, Laser Quest, Laser Tag, Laser Tag Rankings, Lazer Tag, Pier, Piers, Richard Gottfried, Seasides, Skegness
Location: Skegness, Lincolnshire, UK
I’m a Champion Miniature Golfer on a tour of the UK’s minigolf and crazy golf courses. Coeliac living a gluten free life. Train nerd. Retro gamer. Urban explorer.
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