Age Requirements: 5 - 12 years old
Admission: $20 per player (pre-registration required)
Guest will be allowed to bring their own blaster and safety equipment. See safety rules for details.
IT'S BACK!! Froggy's is hosting another Nerf Night Thursday February 9!! We will be rolling up the bounce houses and creating a Nerf battle zone. We will have a variety of games to play such as Capture the duck, Team elimination and Battle Royale. We are also going to have a parent participation round so bring an extra gun if you got one. Space is limited so purchase your tickets today. We are expanding the age range to include participants between 5 and 12. Ages 5 - 7 will be in a separate arena from 8-12 year olds.
Check-in will be between 5:30 and 5:45. From 5:45 - 6:00 we will go over safety and combat rules and make sure everyone has safety glasses and bullets for their guns. we will start the first game at 6:00.
Each paid ticket will include 2 slices of pizza and a drink. Parents or guardians attending can also purchase food at our concession stand if they wish.
Safety glasses will be provided to all participants and are required to be worn at all times during battles. Participants will be allowed to bring their own safety equipment if they wish to do so.
Froggy's will provide all the bullets needed for the blasters. To prevent bullets from getting mixed up, we ask you to not bring your own. Any weapons brought by the participant must meet the regulations noted in the safety rules. If you do not have your own gun or do not wish to bring it, Froggy's will have blasters available to rent for a small fee. These will be available at registration when you arrive.
This is NOT a drop off service. Participants are required to have a parent/guardian present. Participants must have a liability waiver signed to participate.
Safety is the most important feature of a Nerf war. Nerf battles are for friendly competition, thrilling strategy contests, and a good time. Nerf battles are not for serious injuries or trips to the hospital. Safety Rules are the most important of Nerf war rules, and should be followed diligently in order for everyone to have a good time.
· No physical contact. The first safety rule is one of the most important. There is no hitting, kicking, pushing, pulling, wrestling, or physical attacking involved in Nerf wars. The only physical contact that should be made with another player is in the form of tapping, which is used to get someone “out”, to “revive” someone, or to save them from a hostage situation.
· No intentional face shots. We get it, sometimes you accidentally hit the face and that’s okay. As long as you are not intentionally aiming right between the eyes, you can simply apologize for a face shot and move on. Aggressive players with repeated head shots will be warned. Continued abuse will result in dismissal from the game.
· Always wear eye protection. During your Nerf war battles, it’s important to keep on protective eyewear at all times. This can protect you from those accidental face shots from the enemy team, as well as keep you from taking penalties. Players will be provided with safety glasses but if anyone wishes to bring their own safety gear, they are more than welcome to do so.
· No Modified or Motorized Weapons. We allow combatants to bring there own weapons, however, modified blasters will not be allowed. Motorized (battery powered) weapons are also not allowed. All blasters must be standard stock weapons only. Weapons must use 2.80" x 0.5" darts. No Rival or Mega Dart weapons allowed. Bullets will be provided.
Safety rules are entailed by combat rules, which are tied closely to the instructions of each game or match. While combat rules may differ for each game, there is a general way of doing things that makes it much easier to coordinate a battle:
· Do not leave the base until the main whistle blows. Each game will start on a whistle. We expect all players to wait at there specified starting position until the whistle blows.
· Play honestly. If you get hit, that makes you dead or wounded. Make sure to play fair and follow the specific game rules of the game. Repeated failure to follow the rules of the game could cause you to be removed from the game.
· Game rules decide how many hits to take before being declared as “out”. In a typical Nerf war, players are only allowed to become hit once before they are out. Once a player is out, they must return to the base to respawn, or they can lay on the ground and wait until a teammate revives them by tapping on their body with their hand. A player’s ability to respawn or become revived by a teammate depends on the specific rules of the game being played.
· Teams can be uneven. Typically, the number of people on each team is equal; however, teams can be uneven due to skill. Most Nerf battlers like to balance teams based on ability and player skill rather than just sheer numbers.
By playing fairly, everyone can have a smooth Nerf war. It’s never fun being the one to get hit, but the deaths and lives system is what helps the teams determine who wins.
· Don't used damaged darts. Damaged darts will jam your gun. It’s best to leave a damaged dart on the ground.
· Do not throw darts. Nerf darts are made to be loaded into your gun, and should be treated like actual bullets. They cannot be thrown.
· Try not to damage the darts. You should avoid stepping on, stuffing, or roughly handling darts. They damage easily.
· Do not throw or drop guns. Nerf guns can break easily! Do not throw or intentionally drop blasters.
· Stay within the Battle Zone Arena. ·During each game, combatants must stay within the arena. Leaving the arena constitutes a forfeit of play for that game.