At $40, Lazer Tag is a pretty affordable iOS-compatible toy for the holidays, but one that's shooter-heavy, and not perfect for every kid. It's also not perfect for every iPhone: in fact, with a potentially new iPhone and iPod Touch redesign just around the corner, these Lazer Tag toys could be instantly outdated. I'd expect Hasbro to release redesigned brackets at some point, but maybe not fast enough for this holiday season.
My cat is silly and loves to play with anything. He loves mice,string,lazer toys,clean clothes,and anything else..lol..he would love top play with this 🙂
Weapons? Shields? Yes, Lazer Tag has both. Shields have been around for years -- press a second trigger, and your screen will glow a protective blue, during which you can’t fire any virtual laser beams at anyone -- but the extra weaponry is new. You don’t need an iPhone or iPod Touch to play the new Lazer Tag; in fact, the blasters have detachable iOS device brackets and can work with older Lazer Tag toys. However, to appreciate the new power-ups and augmented-reality elements, you’ll need to own an iPhone or iPod Touch or borrow one from a friend.
It is lovely that you are trying to understand your cat and find out why this has been happening and I am sure that playing more together will help your cat: with the lazer toy think about offering him a toy mouse or a bit of food at the end of the game to signal the end of the game and something he understands at the end of it. Some cats find the lazer toys stressful as they never get their paws on anything and can't make sense of it. It is not uncommon for cats to dislike being picked up to be petted and cuddled, and almost always prefer to innitiate contact but strengthening your bond with him through play, and tiring him out a bit should help with hikm looking to be closer to you. If a cat trusts you and knows it will not be picked up regularly it is more likely to be calm when you do pick it up confidently. W