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Humans vs. Zombies Nerf War | Dolores Park
Do you like a game of Tag? Do you like Nerf Guns? How about horror movies? Most importantly, how long do you think you’d last during a Zombie Apocalypse?
Try out your skills in a game where you’ll fight for your lives in the live-action game is essentially a glorified game of tag. Be ready to lock and load as a Human or swarm the enemy as a Zombie.
Check out their video tutorial to get the gist of the game. This game is physically demanding and they do not recommend this event for players who require adult supervision.
What do you need?
- Bandanna (required)
- Foam Dart Blasters & Darts
- Foam melee weapons
- Clean balled-up socks
- Water & Snacks
- Running shoes with traction
- A copy of the campus map
Arrive on time: The group spends the first 15-20 minutes reviewing the rules and any new variations on the game.
Please read this waiver form carefully and bring a signed copy to the game. Copies will be provided at the game, but they ask that you bring along your own signed copy, so they can start the game sooner. You will not be permitted to join in the game if a copy is not received by a moderator.
This is a family-friendly, free game of Humans vs. Zombies, starting out at the Dolores Park playground and bringing both human and zombie alike into the surrounding neighborhood.
Free, but RSVP is required. Bring your own weaponry, and either a bandanna, scarf or strip of cloth.
They will be playing three 30 minute rounds, where the two sides are drawn randomly. Humans turn to Zombies after being tagged, and Zombies are stunned for 30 seconds after being hit by Humans. Bring your weapon of choice (Nerf/Soft Foam guns and swords/axes, as well as balled up socks), your zombie make up, your human costume, and strong desire for fun.
*Free Event, but RSVP is required. Bring your own weaponry, and either a Bandanna, Scarf or strip of cloth.
Categories: *Top Pick*
, Fun & Games
, San Francisco
Address: 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by Rena