Nerf Elimination Game

Nerf Elimination Game

Nerf Elimination Game Quick Facts

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Series:Elimination Blasters
Ammo capacity:1 dart
Range:20-25 feet
Released: Unknown

The Nerf Elimination Game is a pretty cool product. Unlike most Nerf sets where you’re given a gun and a few darts and thenyou’re expected to make your own fun, the Nerf Elimination Game actuallyhas rules.

The Elimination Game package comes with four tiny little Nerf guns called “eliminators.” It’s easy to take one look at the size of the guns and write them off  right away, but don’t let their small size fool you — these things pack a nice little punch (20-25 feet).

This is how the game works:

Each player is given the name of one other person to hunt down, so that each person is both a target and a hunter. If you shoot your target, that player gives you the name of their target, and that is your new target. The game continues until there are only two people left, and believe me when I say that it can get very intense very quickly. The Elimination Game is great to play inside, and it really shines in close quarters.

The Nerf Elimination Game is really quite a bit of fun to play, especially as you learn the importance of accuracy and ammo conservation (an art that gets lost sometimes with the rapid-fire tendency of many Nerf guns like the Vulcan and Raider).

All in all, if you’re looking for a game that you can play with your friends of kids on a Saturday night, you can’t go wrong with the Nerf Elimination Game.

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OrangeSmithJanuary 15, 2010 at 2:35 pm

A great modification that you can do without even opening the gun is to superglue or epoxy a PVC ring onto the back of the plunger tube, which is the general name for that orange thing that comes out the back of the gun.This allows you to do two things: One, to prime it from the back like a Night Finder, which is easier than the slide.Two, the more important one, is that you can now attach rubber bands or mini-bungees to the back, allowing for a faster air release.And, nerf warrior, if you really were one you would know not to call darts, “bullets”.Seriously, a little piece of me dies every time somebody says that, because it stigmatizes those of us who enjoy running around with kids’ toys, launching foam at one another.

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