The games which were ran have most certainly been better on other days. We played 4 games altogether, 2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon. I can’t remember every single game exactly, but the one which I enjoyed the most was where there was 4 laptops around the site and each team had to collect as many as possible. This is because it involved a lot of room clearing and flushing the other team of out of buildings and calling them clear so we could search for laptops. However, the final game was most certainly sub-standard. It wasn’t well though through at all. The game was where our team started in a building and once shot, revived by a medic and then shot again you had to drop back to the building behind. So for the people who did get shot twice at the start of the game, it got very long winded. Luckily, our personal team within the whole team managed to fight out until we were the last people being eliminated from the first building before having to fall back. Once we fell back to the second building, some of us in our personal team got eliminated and had to fall back to the next building and had to wait for around 30 mins doing nothing due to it being a non-engagement zone, which really did annoy us and make it feel like a waste of money. I’m sure it was great for the opposing team, but it just wasn’t thought through all that well. It helps that the buildings are all labelled by their own name, for example D1,D2,D3,D4,D5 etc and helps you navigate around much easier.