(East Bay Times) Police received a call Thursday of a possible burglary in process in the city, but instead found teens taking part in the role-play game.
Assassin, played by seniors from both Foothill and Amador Valley high schools, uses Nerf-life toy guns with foam darts to “assassinate” targets. The object of the game is to be the last person standing and win a large pot of cash from the entrance fees.
Police warn the popular game, which goes on for months at a time, could be dangerous because members of public may not realize it is just a game.
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