Hasbro, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.9 • 323 Ratings
    • Free




* Play Single Player games with or without a NERF LASER OPS PRO blaster. Multiplayer games require a NERF LASER OPS PRO blaster.

Get ready to up your game! Compatible with all NERF LASER OPS PRO products, this app gives you real-time battle intel, allowing you to customize your blaster, track your performance, earn power-ups, and even temporarily locate your opponents during battle. You can also use the solo attachment (available in select products) to battle digital drones in your own environment in single player mode.

* TRACK: See your score, health, and blaster ammo levels in real time
* CHECK: Know who’s winning the NERF LASER OPS PRO battle
* LEVEL-UP: Earn upgrades and temporary power-ups that improve your blaster’s performance
* SEEK: Use the app-based “radar” to temporarily locate opponents during multiplayer games
* COMPETE: Compare your rank on the global leaderboard in both multiplayer and solo modes
* CHALLENGE: Battle digital drones to score high in the Augmented Reality single player game


* Bluetooth® connectivity to pair the app with compatible NERF LASER OPS PRO blasters
* Augmented Reality drone battling in solo mode on compatible smart devices
* Compatibility with mobile devices that are used with the NERF LASER OPS PRO armband

Check APPS.HASBRO.COM for more information on app compatibility, availability, smart device compatibility with the armband, and instructions. Make sure your device supports this app before downloading. Other devices may be compatible but are not supported. Updates may affect compatibility.


The NERF LASER OPS PRO app requires an Internet connection (3G, 4G, LTE, or WiFi) to download the app, download app updates, download new content, access the leaderboard, and to play certain modes in the app. Kids, ask a parent first before downloading.

The NERF LASER OPS PRO app is free to download and is subject to App Store terms and conditions. In-app purchases may enhance game.

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What’s New

Version 1.2.8

-Removed timer at the end of multiplayer matches to allow additional time to sync scores
-Removed false "Update Available" message in multiplayer
-Assorted bug fixes and optimizations

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
323 Ratings

323 Ratings

BloxStar180 ,

Hasbro’s (50th) try at laser tag.

Laser Ops Pro is essentially a response to Recoil and LaserX. The app that comes with the product is completely optional, but provides many additions to the gameplay. One of the biggest additions is the ability to host your own game. In fact, Hasbro (along with Tiger) tried this stuff all the way back in 2004, with Lazer Tag Team Ops (LTTO). Which used infared light to host games and send data. There is also a single player mode which uses your device’s camera, mounted on the blaster. However, it was actually done back in the year of 2012, but that product was so poorly marketed nobody even knows about it. Another welcome feature is the ability to upgrade your blaster, which can make hosted games very intense.

I think the product is fantastic, but it does have a few minor bugs, which could easily be patched. However, the biggest let-down in my opinion is the lack of backwards compatibility. All blasters from 2004 to 2012 (Deluxe, IRT-2X, TMB, LTX, and LTAR) are all compatible with each other, and all have shield buttons. But since the brand new blasters don’t have them. It seems like Hasbro is trying to start new beginnings.

Do I recommend it, Maybe. If you’re looking for something more expensive then LaserX but cheaper than Recoil, then Laser Ops is the choice for you.


Velocisniper ,


When I hear about laser ops pro and how it works, my mind was immediately racing. This is perfect for any time where you want to have a nerf war, but don’t want to pick up darts or have a high risk of losing a lot of darts. I told my friends about it and together we collected 10 blasters. They all work great, and my friends and I had an entire nerf war dedicated to laser tag. It was a blast, but what we found was the most fun was using extra blaster as capture points. To capture it, you would shoot the blaster until it was out, and then you would switch it you your own team. We ended up playing a large scale conquest game, with 5 capture points, and it was a frenzy. I think that laser ops pro has a lot of potential but I am a little concerned. There hasn’t been any talk of new blasters, and there hasn’t been a new update in 2 months. I think there are a few things that could be done to make this better like being able to set the health amount to something specific for everyone, or a limited reload and limited lives. You could also make a command hub to sell, that can be captured or used as a respawn point. And perhaps even be able to be worn, so that a person with a dart gun can tag people with laser tag guns and people with laser tag guns could shoot the receiver worn on the dart persons chest, allowing for cross compatibility. I think there is a lot of potential for this, and I would really like to see more in the future!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the great feedback and ideas. We are very happy to hear how much you enjoy it.

Hebertski ,

Fun with some bugs

I’m the 95% happy owner of 10 of these blasters, and I’m happy to change my rating to 5 stars once this is resolved. My issue is that the rematch feature is tricky. The blasters have to be off before you ever hit the rematch button. If you hit the rematch button while the blasters are on, you can forget it because now you’ll have to completely close out the app (flick it off the screen for iPhone users) and then restart it. Deal breaker?—no Annoying—yes? It seems like the blasters should be able to connect once you turn them off and try to reestablish connection, but it doesn’t.

Also the records for blaster against blaster don't work at all so it’s hard to brag about your all time record against your friends. If you select your blaster and then click all time record and then search the EXACT name of the blaster you’d like to compare to, nothing happens except that the blaster for which you just typed the exact name for to compare now switches places in the first line as if you basically just switched blasters. Maybe it’s because I own all of the blasters, but that doesn’t seem to make sense. Anyway, I hope the developers don’t get lazy with a money grab project and instead continually work on the app and the way it works with the blasters because this is a really fun product that is really good but could be great with some improvements.

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