So you've got the gear and you're ready to play. How do you keep score?
Check out a few simple scoring methods below.
The pros: With perceived hits, you don't need any other gear, so you're ready to go!
The cons: It's not as accurate as tag scoring but it can still be fun, fast and easy.
How to: Players tagged with any visible amount of water (even from a single drop)
are considered "hit".
Good to know: This version can be less accurate than other systems since random shots and accurate shots count equally. Even a drop of water can count as a "hit".
How to: Players tagged with any marks the size of a fist or larger are considered "hit".
Good to know: Longer, thinner marks may, or may not count as a "hit" – it might be a good idea to decide that before the game begins.
How to: Players tagged with roughly 20 or more droplets at one time are considered "hit".
Good to know: This system makes it easy to tell if the "hit" was intentional rather than
from a stray shot.