Most of us will (thankfully) never know the spikes of terror and adrenaline that come with being hunted by an assassin, not to mention those that come with hunting someone else. Unless of course you are up for a friendly little game of "Street Wars," a big-kid version of the game "Assassin," played with, yes, water guns.
After registering for a game, players are given the name, home address and photo of their target. Other than a few "no-kill zones," like public transportation and in bars, the entire city becomes the playing field. Some players get really into it, and hide out for hours waiting for their targets.
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg once said that whoever created "Street Wars" "could probably use some psychiatric help." He might have been right. Watch for upcoming games in cities around the country at www.streetwars.net.