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Photo by Ryan Kelley/QNS
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A basketball game inside Laser Bounce, now open in the Shops at Atlas Park in Glendale.

After several weeks of anticipation, guests of The Shops at Atlas Park in Glendale can finally experience everything that Laser Bounce has to offer.

The play center featuring a floor full of arcade games, inflatable bounce houses and laser tag is officially open to the public as of Friday, Feb. 16. Co-owner Ryan D’Amico said that after all the work put into the venue with the hopes of opening in January, he is glad that it finally happened.

“It took forever but we’re very relieved,” D’Amico said. “We started to see a lot of walk-in customers from the mall right away, so it’s nice to have the place alive.”

D’Amico added that several customers told him they were eagerly awaiting the grand opening and were frequently checking the internet to see if it had been announced yet.

The crowds throughout the weekend were impressive, D’Amico said, with the laser tag, virtual reality game and 3-D simulator being the main attractions. The virtual reality game, made by the German company Hologate, is the first of its kind on the East Coast, according to D’Amico.

For now, the snack bar has a limited menu of typical arcade foods like pizza, popcorn and pretzels, but D’Amico said it will soon have various wraps, sandwiches and burgers as well.

Laser Bounce is located on the lower-level entrance from the parking garage underneath Regal Cinemas in the Shops at Atlas Park and is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday to Thursday, and from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Photo by Ryan Kelley/QNS

Photo by Ryan Kelley/QNS

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