Two blindfolded Scouts use two swatters made of rolled-up sections of newspaper wrapped with duct tape, about 10-15 foot square area of clear floor or ground, and 2 Scouts and a referee.
Two rolled up newspapers
Two Scouts blindfolded and taken to opposite corners of the playing area. They are spun around three times and placed on their hands and knees. The referee then places the swatters on the floor and then starts the players who try to first locate one of the swatters and hit their opponent with it. The first player that touches (intentionally or not) his opponent with the swatter wins.