- NEW WAY TO PLAY CAPTURE THE FLAG: Includes 25 light-up game pieces, 12+ hours of batteries (type CR1220) and 12 game variations for hours of play
- AGES 8+ FOR 4-8 PLAYERS (or up to 16 with game variations): All ages can play together – kids, teens & adults love this awesome neighborhood game that develops teamwork, social skills and strategy!
- EXCITING NIGHT TIME ACTIVITY: Put the phones, tablets and computers aside and play outside at night with bright lights. Exercise becomes part of the fun as players run, hide and chase each other to win
- PLAY IN BACKYARDS, PARKS & SCHOOLS: this group game is ideal for families or to play in schools (inside a gym with the lights off), youth organizations, sleepaway camps, summer camps, family reunions, sports teams and more
- UNIQUE GIFT IDEA: for children, grandkids and families; an exciting alternative to laser tag, flashlight tag, light-up LED balls, lawn games, board games, foam bows and more
Are the game pieces durable?
The items included in this kit are designed to endure a beating — stepped on, dropped, etc — but we recommend against throwing them. We know that things happen though, so if you have any issues, just let us know and our customer service team mail you replacements free of charge.
What age is it meant for?
If you can run, you can play! The most common ages of our players are 8-14 but something we’re proud of is the way that multiple ages can play together. We’ve literally seen grandparents play with their grandchildren. It also works great for birthdays, family reunions, camps and icebreakers.
How many people can play?
It ranges from 4-20+, depending on the game chosen. The kit includes enough game pieces to play the traditional Capture the Flag game with up to ten players but our game “Invader” is perfect for as few as four people while Treasure Thieves and Ninja both allow for twenty or more people to play. You also can purchase additional wristbands and our 3-way game kit to allow for even more players.
Where can I play it?
As long as there’s space to run freely — and safely — there’s an opportunity to play this game. Backyards, parks, campgrounds: they all work. You also can play indoors with the lights off so long as the area is clear of obstructions. Indoor rec areas and gyms work especially well for this.