Wazee’s World Laser Zone opened in June 2009 and operates in a huge facility just northwest of Phoenix, Arizona in Peoria. Wazee's (pronounced wah-zeez) features a 7,500 square foot, two level "Area 51" themed laser tag arena and a nine-hole indoor cosmic (black light) miniature golf course and Makoto. Arcade and video games, air hockey, and a snack bar round out the current offerings.
At Wazee's World up to 36 people can play laser tag at a time using state of the art laser equipment. The object of laser tag is to hit certain targets on your opponent’s vest with your laser gun. Each specific area on the vest is worth a certain point value. When a player gets tagged, their vest deactivates for a few seconds, depending on which target is hit. There are plenty of places to hide, and the smoke and music makes it that much more exciting! Each player receives a score card at the end of the game to see how they ranked.
Cosmic Golf at Wazee's World Laser Zone features an air-conditioned nine-hole miniature golf course played under black lights, with the putter, the ball and the hole itself glowing.
Makoto sessions last about two minutes. The manufacturer describes Makoto as "a cross between “Whack-A-Mole” and “Simon.” You stand in a triangular arena where there are three towers, and you try to score points by hitting targets on the towers. It's fun, and -- don't tell the kids -- it is actually good for both physical and mental fitness.
An inflatable bounce arena is open for children 10 and under.