However, there are a few ways to change up the game.
As with virtually any type of Nerf war, there are a number of variations that can take place in addition to the customization of the rules that can take place in any Nerf war.The main rule difference from the other variations of Deathmatch is that players who have been shot can come back to life if the player who shot them dies.A form of Wingman that imitates the Hunger Games movies is, appropriately, called Hunger Games.These rules are determined ahead of time by the participants in each game.Domination, also known as Control Points, has similarities to Siege the Fort, but is different enough to stand as its own separate Nerf war type.The teams then defend their own flag while simultaneously venturing into the other team’s territory to capture their flag.
The team that first captures the opposing team’s flag and brings it back to their home base wins the game.
Also known as Attack and Defense, this simple Nerf war variant is focused on one team defending and one team attacking a certain “territory.” It is most often played on playgrounds, because the playground structures provide natural places to hide, attack, and defend.
The goal of the game is to “kill” all of the defending team and/or to take control of their territory. One team takes a defined area to defend, while the other team, called the offensive team, tries to take over that area.
When the hit count to be killed is only one, the game is called Goldeneye. With Nerf guns, Capture the Flag gains an exhilarating twist, as participants try to avoid each others’ darts and discs.
The goal is to capture the flag of the opposing team The participants divide into equal teams.
The offensive team is often required to wait a certain period of time to respawn.