Play safe and well with Dart Blow Gun Tag!
Our Dart Blow Gun tag is played safely with foam pellets.
How are Participants eliminated? Once a safe foam pellet hits you!
Dart Blow Gun Pellets uses suction type ends.
It is a great game emphasising teamwork, friendly competition, goal & objective oriented and is interactive and engagement and lots of fun!
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General Dart Blow Gun Information:
Practicing of Shooting to the Target ( Target board or bunker used as a target) – Using the right Technique to shoot and how to hold the Gun physically.
General Dart Blow Gun Tag Gameplay Rules:
1) When a foam pellet hits a player, he is eliminated, EXCEPT WHEN:
(a) a pellet hits the player’s head and;
(b) A game rule was broken.
2) The game kicks off with a ‘safe zone’ at the centre of the field, meaning:
(a) All pellets will be placed at the centre of the playing field, within the safe zone FIRST; and
(b) No shooting is allowed within the safe zone at ANY time.
3) Each person can only hold up to 2 pellets (or as the instructor may determine) at any one time.
4) The centre line must not be crossed, i.e. players cannot cross into the opponent’s zone.
5) In 1 hit 1 kill, to bring back an eliminated teammate, there are 2 methods,
(a) Successfully knock out a target.
(b) Catching a pellet before it connects with the ground. It has to be a convincing catch.
6) Game Duration:
(a) A game may lasts around 10 to 12 minutes, with 5 vs 5 or 7 v 7 or 10 v 10 per arena, as the instructor may decide
(b) Once game objectives have been successfully achieved, the game concludes
Some examples of game formats:
Capture the flag (more body movement, engagement, moving around)
Target practice (less active: less body movement, engagement, moving around)
Capture the flag (more active)
Capture the flag (CTF) is a traditional outdoor game where two teams each have a flag (or other marker) and the objective is to capture the other team’s flag, located at the team’s “base,” and bring it safely back to their own base. Enemy players can be “tagged” by players in their home territory and, depending on the rules, they may be out of the game, become members of the opposite team, sent back to their own territory, or frozen in place (“in jail”) until freed by a member of their own team.
Target practice (less active)
Target practice as the name suggests involves precision shooting, where teams may shoot one at a time, or together, to see if they are able to hit the target(s) and in so doing achieve scores. The team with the highest scores win.