Time to earn the Laserforce
Halloween achievement! Or, so I thought.
So I headed out for a few
games, donning my cat mask as my costume, and ready to earn earn a little
digital badge on my membership card for playing on Halloween. However, you’ll
notice that this is not it...
This kitty is giving side eye
because in spite of best intentions I could not make this happen today.
The trouble is that I learned
once I got there that THIS is the actual achievement, which would require me
to be playing at midnight just as the clock crosses over to the next day...ha!
With the current limited hours
of operation this was just not going to be possible for me tonight. Honestly,
this does not really matter to me all that much, however I figured I’d try for
it anyhow since it is a rare one to obtain and it IS Halloween.
So, I ended up getting an
altogether different achievement to add to a collection which I was barely even
aware I had racked up.
And even though it’s a smaller
personal achievement than the 5Ks I’ve been doing the last few weeks, I did
laser tag over a mile during the four games I played today.
Well, it was still a good time.
And achievements were secondary to wishing the Fun Warehouse a happy 12th
anniversary in business as I am told they actually opened right on Halloween. Congratulations!
I’m delighted that this laser
tag location was able to reopen, as this is a FAR more impressive achievement
(there really should be a digital badge for THIS). These days we really can’t
take anything for granted with local businesses, so let me take a moment to
remind you that local laser tag arenas (and all small businesses) need their
customers and members now more than ever. If they are able to be open, I
encourage you show them your support. Of course, play safely (wear a mask, wash
your hands and keep your social distance), but please know that your patronage
is important so that local arenas can continue to offer laser tag games in the
future. Congrats to FWH for being part of the central New York community for