NOTE: This site is privately run, and is not affiliated with any of the companies involved with the game Laserzone, nor any of its centres.
*** NEWS OF THE YEAR! ***
Q-ZAR is back, after
five years of Laserzone torment. Gone is the shoddy equipment, scoring glitches, and
aversion to reflex. Laserzone was copied directly from Q-ZAR Q2. We know
what, who and where, but we don't know when or what version.
For more details, visit the new Web site at http://www.zip.com.au/~kashum/qzar.
Laserzone is an Australian laser game, with centres throughout the states NSW and ACT on the east coast of Australia.
For more information, follow one of these links:
This site is regularly updated. It is advisable to either clear your browser's cache, or reload each page, to make sure you have the absolute latest information.
Designed and authored in Australia, by Richard Bennett, with absolutely NO thanks to head office, who seem to not give a shit about the reliability of the equipment, and are content to see it rapidly deteriorate as long as overseas franchises keep selling, with thanks to THIS site.
If you are considering this equipment, just say no!
I must thank the following people for their help in setting up this site: Peter Bryant (for filling in the team, stats and dates holes which I had, and for the use of his scanner!), Brent Martin (for his encyclopedic knowledge of past names and events!), Mat and Steve Mould Jr. (additional Blackwatch and Transcendental Warriors info), Andrew Newbold (Wollongong photos), Steve Sawatzki (missing Canberra/ACT team information), Nick Bentley (missing info regarding various trophies he's won! :-), Angela McCulloch (Inter-Centre photographer) and Ian Taylor (humour beyond the call of Specialist / Therapist duty).
Special thanks to the following people for personal reasons all those months ago: Nick Bentley, Peter Bryant, Robert "Simmo" Daley, Shiona Dunford, Mat Mould, Steve Mould Jr., Steve Mould Sr. and Irene Sekler.
For more information/feedback, please email Richard Bennett.
Last update: 3rd November 1997
This site is dedicated to Irene Sekler, and those like her likewise addicted to the game who can never play again due to injury or related reasons.
COPYRIGHT © 1995-1997 BY RICHARD BENNETT
visitors to the new site.