The weather is crappy, the family is cooped up and the kids are bouncing off the walls. Take the little hellions to Laser Storm Family Adventure Center's 2,800-square-foot smoke-filled arena, where teams play electronic laser tag under black lights and strobes. In ten-minute matches, participants blaze away at each other and targets with light beams, racking up points. "We don't say 'guns' and 'shoot.' We say 'phasers' and 'tag,'" says manager Devra Settgast. But for some people, it's more than just a game. The center recently hosted the National Laser Tag Championships.