Our new Lights Out game is ideal entertainment for all ages at both indoor and outdoor venues.
It provides a fun way to test players speed of reaction and is also ideal for many events including team building.
Our new Lights Out Game provides a fun way to test player’s agility and speed of reaction and is ideal for many events including team building.
The Object of the Game:
Suitable for 1 or 2 players.
With 1 or 2 players standing at either end of the game, the aim is to press randomly illuminated target lights on the game to score points, and to do this as often as possible within either 30 or 60 seconds.
The Game features:
Metallic finish fibreglass game top with 2 high quality speakers for clarity of the sound effects.
A digital counter showing the timer and score, recording the number of targets the player hits/touches during the 30 or 60 seconds, also features three competition modes/skill levels to choose from.
Also features 22 x 100mm (4ins) diameter red targets (11 per side) randomly placed.
How to play Lights Out:
The player begins by selecting either 1 or 2 players, then choose either 30 or 60 seconds, and finally select your level, 1, 2 or 3
Press start, a countdown will proceed then followed by the 11 red targets which will randomly illuminate. During the 30 or 60 seconds, the player has to press each target every time they light up to score points against their opponent.
The digital counter will show how many targets the player is pressing and record the total number of hits after 30 or 60 seconds.
The Lights Out Game is totally self contained in a purpose built industrial flight case and is supplied complete with chrome folding legs which can be set up by one person in 5 minutes. It operates from the mains power supply or a portable power pack, and is easily transportable.
The flight case including game weighs approximately 55kgs (lbs) and measures 1.7m long x 0.8m wide x 0.81m high (5ft 7″ x 2ft 6″ x 2 ft 6″)
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