In a black light room, Theresa Cruthird’s white designed facemask glows brightly. Strapped in a light-up vest and holding a laser gun, Cruthird maneuvers her way around the multi-leveled course, shooting green laser beams at obstacles and triggering effects like fog smoke and music.
“(I’ve played this) a lot,” Cruthird says about the laser tag game. “And I’m pretty competitive.”
Laser tag is one of five activities at Cruthird’s new business, Generations AdventurePlex.
The new two-story boutique entertainment facility located next to Movies 14 soft opened last week and features activities such as arcade games, axe throwing, bocce ball, laser tag and bowling, with room for more activities like rock climbing and outdoor beach volley to be added.
A full-fledged restaurant with a self-serve 12-tap beer wall is also available in the space, with two private rooms for events and parties.
Construction for the 33,000-square-foot building…