Where to have an indoor dart tag party?

nerf dart gunRichard emails:

My son loves NERF Dart Tag. He will be turning 13 in March and my wife and would love to throw him a NERF Birthday Blast Party with all his friends. We just found out that for the past few years - there has been a NERF DART Tag Championship (still wondering how people get selected for this championship tournament - cash prize is $25,000) - Wow. ...
We are looking for a local place that offers this kind of cool blow up dome with obstacles etc (featured in video) or a safe indoor place to hold a NERF Dart Tag party. We thought about asking Laser Tag facilities to accommodate us if possible (and may ultimately go in that direction) - but would love to find something a bit more soft like the inflatable dome.

That does sound like it could approach best-birthday-ever territory (for a 13-year-old). Got a suggestion for Richard? Please share!

Earlier on AOA: Where to take the kids when they're bouncing off the walls during the winter

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You'll shoot your eye out!

Sorry, I couldn't resist.

Best-birthday-ever for a 13-year-old? Sounds like best-ever for a 35-year-old! I hope my wife sees this, my birthday is next week. Let's NERF blast it up!

http://www.albanylasertag.com/

If you're looking for a large indoor area with lots of obstacles and hiding places, there's a place downtown called the Empire State Plaza.

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