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Written by Emily, Snowy River Campus Student, Term 2B 2013   


Yesterday we stared a game called ‘Assassin’. It’s where you get a target and you have to try and kill them without anybody seeing or hearing it. You can’t kill them between 9:00pm and 8:00am or class times. When you kill your target, you get their target in return and if that was you, you have to redraw a name out of a hat. It has been such a fun game to play! All you can hear is people screaming because somebody scared them or killed them and then you hear all these people laughing at their reactions. It’s so funny to watch! I was killed the first day because Naja locked me in a room with my killer. But it doesn’t matter; it’s been just as fun watching everybody who is still in. Even though it makes everyone suspicious of each other, it’s a fun game to end our time at Snowy on. ☺

-Emily, Horsham College


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