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Photo by Ryan Kelley/QNS
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Laser Bounce is filled with a variety of games ahead of its grand opening in January.

Parents and kids alike are going to have a field day when Laser Bounce makes its debut in Glendale at the Shops at Atlas Park.

Laser Bounce co-owner Ryan D’Amico invited QNS to come and get a behind-the-scenes look at the facility. While an opening date has yet to be finalized, it appears to be very close to completion.

After opening the doors — which are located on the lower-level entrance from the parking garage underneath Regal Cinemas — the arcade floor spreads far and wide. It is filled with a variety of games that give off multicolored flashing lights and fill the room with the sounds of electronic theme songs. A long counter with prizes stuffed inside it awaits the winners.

Toward the center of the 20,000-square-foot space is a large red cage that holds the inflatable bounce house and obstacle course. Next to that is the Ballocity arena, packed full of air cannons and a maze of platforms. There is also a snack bar, “Snackz,” and four party rooms which have retractable walls between them that, when opened, create one giant party room.

The main attraction, tucked away in the back of the room, is the laser tag arena. The doors open up to a room where the players don their armor, grab their gun and are briefed for their mission. Another set of doors opens to the arena, which is completely dark other than the neon blue, red and green lights coming from the features inside.

One of the final missing pieces is the virtual reality game from Hologate, which D’Amico expects to be arriving soon.

Take a look at the gallery below to see some of the fun that Laser Bounce has in store.

 

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