In ancient Rome, citizens celebrated their final birthdays with go-chariot races and rousing games of gladiator tag. Today's Groupon preserves that fun-loving spirit with safer substitutions: for $26, you get two indoor go-kart races including gear, two laser-tag games, and two sodas at Track 21 on Highway 6 North (up to a $56.70 value).
Drivers seeking high-octane thrills not provided by carousel horses can strap into Track 21's high-performance karts for a 10-minute race around one of two state-of-the-art kart tracks ($18 for those 16 and older with a valid driver's license, $15 for children 8 and older). The F1 track, a technical driver's paradise, snakes 1,100 feet of track around a racer's dozen worth of sharp corners. The Indy track bends 225 feet of open road around nine corners, suitable for novice speedsters. Track 21s high-performance carts are constructed of steel and fully padded, with adult versions reaching top speeds of more than 40 miles per hour. Motorists not legally old enough to enjoy the rights of voting in local elections must meet waiver requirements.
Pursue luminescent adventure in Track 21s two-story, 8,000-square-foot laser-tag arena, a futuristic backdrop decked out with containers, obstacles, and baby-kissing 30th-century politicians. Players don sensor-equipped vests and attempt to vanquish foes using laser guns, and, failing that, mind lasers. Replenish fluids after a sweat-inducing day of exercise with two ice-cold sodas, paired with optional post-victory champagne showers.
Track 21's laser tag ($7 for non-members) drops players into an anything-goes warzone of infrared crossfire and hastily determined hand signals. As fog shrouds the corridors of the two-story, 8,000-square-foot Area 21 arena in shadows and smoke, players must avoid the tazes and tags of snipers hiding behind black-lighted barriers and barrels, all while trying to hit enemies or unlikable teammates on targets located on players' shoulders, backs, chests, and laser weapons. Games run for 15 minutes, but infrared badges of courage last essentially a lifetime based on the half-life of infrared badges of courage.
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