How close to the field of play does our faucet have to
You need to have a faucet within 50 feet of the playing
field. We’ll provide the hoses. If you need to play
further than 50 feet from the faucet, you’ll need to
provide the extra hose required to cover the extra
is a dump tank?
It’s similar to a dunk tank you would see at a carnival
or fund raiser, only without the dirty, stinky water in
the tank. Just like with a traditional dunk tank, the
“dunkee” sits in the “tank” while the other player
throws bean bags at a target to the side of him (or
her). Unlike with a traditional dunk tank, when the
target is hit, a bucket of water dumps on the head of
the dunkee instead of dropping them into a tank of dirty
type of water guns do you use?
The water guns we use with Water Tag are “syringe” style
water guns. You place the barrel below water and suck up
water into the gun like a syringe. Push the back of the
gun and you spray all the water out making players
really, really wet! They take one or two seconds to
fill, so no more trying to pour water into a tiny
opening to fill the water chamber. Players dip the end
of the gun into the water refill station, pull the
handle back, and are ready for action again. They make
for action packed games.
Q: Do you
require players to wear eye protection?
Safety is our first and foremost objective. Injuries in
this game are unlikely, but we won’t take any chances
with player’s eyesight. Goggles, which we supply, are
required for participants in this game, just for added
you give me a few “Event/Birthday Party Tips”?
1. KIDS' SAFETY is the most important thing to us. It is
your responsibility to be sure all kids follow the rules
of both Games On A Roll and your own homeowner insurance
policy. We are not responsible for kids actions and/or
lack of good judgment like kids running out into the
2. We highly recommend making your reservations with us
as far out as you can if you are set on a specific date
and time. If you are flexible with your date and time we
usually can fit you in within 2 to 3 weeks from your
3. All animals and pets should be restrained, or kept
indoors, during setup and breakdown of your party. Be
sure all dog stool has been cleaned up if the kids will
be running around your yard.
4. Your booked time period with us starts on time as
long as we arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your requested
time. We highly recommend that you have pre-cleared a
location for us to park in the front of the field or
house that we are playing at and that you have cleared
the battlefield for any hazards or other objects that
would be in the way of where we are placing bunkers and
the kids are running around. Unfortunately, we lose a
lot of time when either cars or other objects are not
cleared prior to us arriving.
long does one game take?
We can make the games as long or short as you like. The
number of people at the party will influence the game
lengths. Big parties work better with shorter games.
That way, kids stay more involved and get to rotate in
more often. Older kids often like longer games. We
typically recommend 10 minute games. That gives the kids
a chance to take a quick breather and grab a drink or go
to the bathroom whenever they need to.
old should the players be?
Anyone 5 and up can play this game. The water blasters
are easy to use and small enough for small hands to
handle. For 5 and 6 year old kids, parental
participation and assistance is required.
is your cancellation policy?
Rescheduling an event is always an option and can be
done one time without incurring any cancellation charges
as long as you contact us at least 7 days prior to your
event. Reschedule requests made less than 7 days from
event will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
See our policy statement for cancellation policy.
happens if it rains?
In the event of heavy rain or thunder and lightning
where we cannot continue with your party our rate will
be prorated after the 1st 50% in which we must collect
if we have already set up the playing field. We are not
responsible for the weather; however, the Games On A
Roll Game Coach is responsible for making a weather
related play/no-play decision that protects the players
and equipment. It’s the game coach’s call to cancel or
continue the party. If weather forces the game coach to
cancel a party before the party begins, we will
reschedule for no additional charge.
Q: Do we
need to sign a Liability Release Form?
Yes, it is the responsibility of the parent/homeowner to
collect a Liability Release Form for each guest playing
and then provide those release forms to the game coach
at the start of the party. The release form can be found
happens if my association and/or any other agency shuts
my party down?
The customer is responsible for providing the playing
space and has already ensured us that no State, County,
Municipality, Householder Association, bylaws, etc.
prohibit activities like Laser Tag. If your Laser Tag
Party cannot take place for any of the former or similar
reasons, payment is still due in full.
Q. Can I
book additional hours the day of the event?
Additional hours may be booked the day of the event if
we do not have another scheduled party. It is always
best to book additional hours before the event to assure
enough playing time.