Lazor Arena is a competitive battle arena where players collect energy and release it onto their opponents to score points.
Each player has a virtual pointer which is tied to the smartphone's orientation. This way the players can aim freely in 360° while shooting laser beams or definding with their shields. The smartphone is also used to provide audio and vibration feedback when the player gets hit by laser beam, blocks a beam with the shield, collects a new energy block and so on. Once the game timer expires a score table is presented and the winner is declared.
Lazor Lab is a collaborative game where players have to defend their base from incoming enemies. Hostile polygons will break through the surrounding wall and attack the core of the base. The players have to manage resources, repair the wall, and power the mighty stationary laser guns. The game has a clear focus on communication, collaboration and resource management.
The controls in Lazor Lab work similar to Lazor Arena. However, the players can hand over energy blocks to other players. This is sometimes required as only a player with three energy blocks of matching colors can repair a broken wall. From time to time a big enemy protected by a shield will enter the field. It can only be destroyed with the sentry laser gun which requires three energy types of different colors. The players win the game if they manage to defind the core in the center of the field for six minutes.