Player vs. Player Bow Tag Archery
Now taking bookings for Melbourne, Regional Victoria, ACT. South East Queensland and Western Australia. It's action packed player vs. player fun!
Parties2U is excited to announce our newest offering Archery Warz! Bow Tag is a mix of paintball and dodgeball which can be played indoors or outdoors on almost any surface! The game is a fast paced fun pack action that is suitable for ages 14+ of all fitness levels.
Archery Warz is the perfect stand alone activity or add-on to your existing Bubble Soccer event, corporate activity or party! We can accommodate groups of 20+ and take bookings 7 days a week all over Victoria and the ACT.
See Below For Some Of Our Archery Warz Packages, Feel Free To Ask Us For A Custom Quote
The most popular game format for Archery Warz follows the same elimination process as Dodgeball, with a few variations. If you get hit, you head to the sidelines and then there are a couple of ways to be brought back in by your team mates.
There are no targets and no way of coming back in. Once you are hit, you are out for the rest of the game.
In this game mode, the 5 spot targets are removed. You start with two opposing teams and if a player is hit, they become commit Treason and join the other team. The winning team ends up with everyone on their side.
Each team has a doctor. When a player is hit, they must sit in their position. The doctor's role is to 'heal' his team's players by tagging them back to life. A game is won when the opposing doctor is hit.
When a player is hit, they go to 'prison', which is an area behind the opposition's end. They lay down their bow and the only way back into the game is to catch an arrow show by their team mates.
The same as Prison Break, except players keep their bows and can use arrows sent by team mates to hit an opponent so as to re-enter the game.
There are four teams divided into equal quadrants. Players are eliminated by being hit. The team that eliminates the last player from a quadrant then takes over that quadrant. A team wins by eliminating all of their opponents.
A pair or more of shooters are chosen and a remaining group (usually 6) of players are divided into Bucks and Does. Usually they wear different colour masks or a headband. The group gather 10-15 metres up court from the shooters. They then attempt to run across, leaving at least two seconds apart. If the shooters fail to hit a Buck or hit a Doe at any point, their turn is over.
LAST RUNNER STANDING
A shooter or pair of shooters is chosen. The remaining group make a dash for the other end of the court, trying to avoid being hit. If a player is hit, they join the shooting team. The winner is the last runner left.