Are you tired of shooting while playing a computer game and want to fling yourself into the real world of emotions becoming a part of the game? Join a laser tag then. Unlike paintball, the game is painless as its players score points by tagging targets with a hand-held infrared-emitting targeting device. Hit a player thrice and he or she will be considered killed and will have to go back to the base.
This game is quite a new event in Russia and occurred in 2007 for the first time. Since then games have been held on a constant basis. The players in the picture use a polygon in the Losiny Ostrov National Park in Moscow which is presumed to be the largest forest in a city of comparable size.
Players are divided into those who attack (red ones) and those who defend (blue ones). Checking the weapon before the game is obligatory.