Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Zombies Sensors - Sold Out!

Well that didn't take long! Our first batch of Zombie Sensors is now sold out - or at least spoken for.

So where we're at now, these orders still need to be paid for. I'll be working to pack them up and get shipping quotes and finally issuing invoices to the customers. If any orders don't get paid - I'll put the sensors back up for sale.

For those of you who missed out and still want to purchase the Zombie Sensor - please e-mail me at rwb134@gmail.com and I'll put you on the waiting list. This will be very helpful to know how many more sensors to make. So if you want one, please don't be shy. Thanks again everyone!


Monday, November 17, 2014

Now Taking International Orders!

I have 40 Zombie Sensors available for order and I'm now opening it up to international customers!

These sensors, normally $20, are on an introductory sale of $15 each (plus shipping & handling)!

I've gotten a lot of request from other countries and these will be sold on a first come first serve basis. For more details, please visit this link.

Friday, October 24, 2014


Thank you all for your patience - and yes, the wait is over! I now have 40 ZOMBIE SENSORS MKii available for sale! I'll be offering these at the fantastic TagFest 2014 price of $15 each!

These sensors have been enhanced with new features not seen anywhere else. With any LTTO tagger, you can mass-program multiple sensors at one time and you can customize the sensors to your liking. New features in the MKII are...

Friday, September 12, 2014

Delays, Grrr....

Unfortunately we're experiencing delays. I know there's a lot of you who are wanting to get your hands on some of the items we've shown here, but please bear with me. I had ordered a new programmer that's not working properly (had hoped this would speed up the process) - working now to get this solved.  Plus the time I can devote to these projects has been really sparse due to other personal responsibilities. In the meantime I appreciate your patience.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Zombie Sensor MKII

After much trial and error, I've finally put together a TRAINING VIDEO that goes over virtually ALL of the nifty cool features of the brand spanking new ZOMBIE SENSOR MARK II!!!  I've worked long and hard getting the software ready and it seems like all of the bugs are worked out of it. We used these sensors at the 2014 TAGFEST this past July. After much play-testing, I found ways to improve the operation.  The biggest challenge was finding a way to change modes of several of these sensors at once. And thanks to Ryan "Izzy" Bales's genius suggestion, I now have a fantastic method for controlling several Zombie Sensors at the same time.

Sunday, July 20, 2014


Back from TagFest 2014 this year and it was awesome! We were at a new location this year that did not disappoint. If you ever have the opportunity to attend a TagFest, you need to do so at least once in your life. We played so many games, both conventional and unconventional -  some involving a golf cart to act as a tank and other great night games called "THING", "WEREWOLVES", and of course "ZOMBIES"!

Wednesday, July 2, 2014


At TagFest 2014 this year, we'll be making, for the first time, some of our products available for sale!

First up is the new Zombie Sensor MKII! I'll have about 50 of these and can be purchase for $15 each.  These sensors can be operated in three modes and can accept tags from LTTO, LTX and LTAR while rejecting beacon noise. Mega Tags does multiple points worth of damage, depending on the mode you're playing. We will be play testing these at night, so if you're in the area, come by and check them out!

We will also be selling prototypes of the long awaited NOMAD MKII this year! The NOMAD is a portable, hand-held hosting unit for LTTO/LTX & LTAR games. These will be fully functional units but they are still prototypes since we are still putting the final touches on the final case design/engineering. The NOMAD prototypes will be on sale for the special TagFest price of $100. However we will only have about 5 of them on hand. The final product, when they are ready, will be sold for $175.  Users who get the prototype and want to upgrade them to the final case design will have this option. The cost for this upgrade has yet to be determined.

All items will ONLY be sold to TagFest participants.