Nerf Dart Tag Fury Fire Review

Have you ever played laser tag? Our family is very competitive and we used to go play pretty often when I was in high school. I have been looking for a way for us to play it at our house for a while now.

Nerf Dart Tag Fury Fire is very similar to Laser Tag! Where was this game when I was younger? Back then, we had a single orange Nerf gun that we took turns shooting foam balls at each other. Nerf is still using foam pieces, making this a fun, but safe game to play.

Hasbro sent us Nerf Dart Tag Fury Fire to put to the test.

Nerf Dart Tag Fury Fire is a 2-Player game and includes 2 Fury Fire blasters, 20 Dart Tag darts, 2 scoring vest, and 2 pairs of Vision Gear eyewear. Each player gears up in their scoring vest and protective eyewear and they choose between the green and orange guns that each hold 10 rounds. The set comes with instructions on how to play 6 official Dart Tag games. The guns have a pump action, meaning you pump then pull the trigger. They are easy to use and none of us ever had the darts get jammed.

This game is meant for children 8 and up, meaning it is completely OK that my brother and I had more fun than any 8 year old would have ever had. We got so caught up in it that my poor 12 year old sister didn't get to play for at least 40 minutes. Here is my 18 year old brother decked out in his Nerf gear. I admit that this has to be the goofiest picture I've ever seen of the kid and I might have to put it on facebook.

I'll be honest, we didn't pay a whole lot of attention to the instructions on how to play the 6 games. We've always been more of a make-it-up-as-you-go type of family. We just started shooting and whoever got shot the most, lost. This game is fantastic for getting kids on their feet and moving. I was completely worn out after playing for about 45 minutes. That was my exercise for the day.

The only negative thing that we could think of, is that it is hard to keep up with the ammo(foam darts). When you're running around the house(yes, we played inside) ducking and weaving, it is hard to remember where all the shots took place. While we have been able to find all of the pieces since then, I think that the set should come with extra darts-just in case.

I think this would make a great addition to any Christmas list. The fun and action is non stop. Visit Nerf for all of their other gift ideas.

Buy It!
You can purchase the Nerf Dart Tag Fury Fire Blasters for $39.99.

This was not a paid post and honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to Hasbro who supplied the product for review.

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Stacie said...

This looks like a blast. I bet my 8 year old son would get a kick out of this. I think I found a new thing for Christmas!! :)

Jenny said...

That is a funny picture! My nephew and daughter would love to play with these!

Christine said...

I have a 17 and 12 year old that I would love to see utilize this rather than "fight" with each other over every little thing.

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Dee-Zigns said...

I appreciate you reviewing this product because I'm about to buy it! :). I have an 8 year old dying for something like this!

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