If your child’s birthday is coming up, you might not know what to do. It seems like planning a party gets harder and harder every year. When he was a kindergartener, he loved spending his special day with family and a few close friends, but now he wants a real party.
If this is the case, having a laser tag birthday party is a great idea. Your child can invite everyone in his class, and you won’t have to worry about entertaining and feeding everybody. Strike Bowling will take care of everything. Instead of trying to make food that every child will like, you can offer children multiple choices, including:
- Hot Dogs
If you’re worried about whether or not everyone likes laser tag, you can include bowling so everyone’s happy.
If you choose to have your child’s laser tag birthday party at Strike, up to thirty kids can play at once, which is good – once the kids start playing, they won’t want to stop to take turns.
This laser tag game has great soundtracks, weapons, and props, but that’s not the best part. The story is what really draws kids in. The game is set in the year 2050, and global warming is ruining the country. “The Corporation” plays the part of the antagonist and is at war with the Australians. “The Resistance” decides to fight “The Corporation” to take their country back. Each city has a different story, too.
Strike can help with almost everything that comes up with planning a party, from sending invitations to looking after all the kids once the party starts. Prices are reasonable, so you’ll be able to give your kid a great party without breaking the bank.
Whether you live in New South Wales, Victoria, or Queensland, there’s probably a Strike location close by. Your child will be thrilled when you tell him that he can have a laser tag birthday party. He’ll have a great time with all of his friends on his special day.
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