While a Nerf gun isn’t particularly difficult to figure out how to use, being skillful is another matter entirely. Especially when it comes to ranged projectiles, it doesn’t matter whether it’s an arrow or foam dart being shot—being accurate and hitting targets at a distance is impressive. Whether you are training to be a sniper […]See the rest!
While madly firing off a Nerf blaster in a spray of foam bullets is fun in its own way, actually hitting a target you aimed for is usually considered a sign of skill. Snipers in Nerf wars definitely need to accurate, though all other roles should be able to hit targets as well. This is […]See the rest!
Sometimes, the usual Nerf battle doesn’t do it. If you’re looking for an alternative to just shooting your friends, then take a look at this 2 to 6 player game recently released by Nerf. It is called “Nerf Quick Blast,” and lets you and your buddies tackle fun and exciting scenarios.See the rest!
You can use the Nerf Tech Target game to work on your skills, or you can add a friend or a group, and have a friendly competition. The Nerf Tech Target system weighs less than four pounds, so it’s a great source of portable fun. The target works as an automatic electronic score keeper that […]See the rest!
The Nerf N-strike Disk Shot from Hasbro is a disk launcher that will help to build targeting skills. The foam disks load into the launcher and the Micro Darts load into the blaster. The wireless remote that attaches to the blaster allows control over when to launch the foam disks. Disks are launched at multiple […]See the rest!