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Lazer Wars in the Woods ~ by WoodlandsTV

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This new and exciting opportunity gets children away from their screens and into the game! Unlike the messy residue from paintball, laser wars is safe and sustainable. Children are being encouraged into the woodlands to enjoy themselves.

A CAN FILM
https://www.facebook.com/filminthecan

commissioned by
Woodlands TV www.woodlands.co.uk

www.lazerwarsne.co.uk
www.woodlands.co.uk/tv
www.facebook.com/filmsforweb

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 5 May, 2013

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5 comments so far

59acres
May 5, 2013

Just what the world needs,more simulated violence.Anything for a pound I guess.

dcox01
May 5, 2013

That looks like fun.

59acres
May 5, 2013

They can do all of what was said with out "putting the red dot between their eyes and shooting in the head".Your logic is skewed to your own self interests.I guess being brought up in a violent ignorant society like the Untited States of America has killed for you the idea of childhood.Hopefully the still sane in your country will prevail over those addicted to violence.Stp making excuses for your violent nature and look inside …you still might have a chance to change.

WizardWings
May 5, 2013

A really great idea. Out in the woods is the best way to insipre a passion for the woods!

Tom Greenway
May 5, 2013

not sure about your demo with the kids and joking about shooting him in the head, I guess if their parents are cool with it….

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