You slept, but it was a restless sleep... will it be enough to make it through the upcoming battle?

Texans want freedom, and they are prepared to die before they will surrender. You and the other Mexicans outnumber them over 10 to 1, but is it enough to win the battle? It should be easy, but will it? You are part of a group that survived sickness, Indians, lack or rations, and the weather. Reinforcements have arrived, and last night was a time of celebration as the Texans watched from their wall. You slept, but it was a restless sleep... will it be enough to make it through the upcoming battle? Now it is time to fight to get control of the Alamo and the artillery, the adrenaline is rushing through your body…you are alert and ready.


Ideally a large group of players in necessary due to the magnitude of the battle. The Texans do their best to keep their flag flying as long as possible in the Alamo, and the Mexicans do their best to control the Alamo and capture their flag. The Texans acquire points for every minute their flag remains up. There are two teams of Mexicans. After reading this description, would you rather play a different game? Here are more games to try.


Assign a centrally located building as the Alamo. The Texans will surround the flag and wait for the signal to start. The two teams of Mexicans set up at the farthest point of the field on opposite sides.


Follow all field rules.

  1. The Texans obtain points by keeping the flag flowing in the Alamo.
  2. The Mexicans must not be physically aggressive in an attempt to get the flag.
  3. Texans obtain points for each Mexicans taken out.
  4. Mexicans-sole objective is to take control of the Alamo and take down the flag.


Water and some high protein energy snacks.


Texan’s objectives

Mexican’s objectives


Texans win by maintaining control of the Alamo until the airsoft game ends or meet a point requirement, which will depend on the size of the group.

Mexicans win by taking control of the Alamo and obtaining the flag.



The Alamo is a game that reenacts the battle between Mexico and the Texans. They were fighting for freedom for Texas. The Alamo battle lasted from February 23, 1836 to March 6, 1836. The action occurred in San Antonio Texas. The entire Texan garrison consisted of less than 200 men that died at the hands of the Mexican forces led by Santa Anna. His men numbered in the thousands. Some of the more famous Americans that fought include at the Alamo include Davey Crockett and Jim Bowie. The Americans agreed to fight to the death rather than surrender. There were conflicting reports if Davey Crockett died at the Alamo or not. Even with such a defeat, it inspired others to join the cause and two months later, the Texans would win the Battle of San Jacinto.

Authored by theairsoftguy
What can I say, airsoft is my passion. I've been playing for a number of years and wanted to share what I know to other players. I hope you enjoy what I write about.

Stay Connected

Stay connected by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ pages to recieve airsoft related information.

Popular Pages

Airsoft Gun Buyer's Guide

Receive the most detailed, exciting, coolest FREE EBOOK on "Airsoft Gun Buyer's Guide" you'll ever find. Go on, imagine how they will react, with your new knowledge about airsoft guns. Careful, it might make you the coolest person in your group. Now take the leap to AWESOMENESS and enter your name and email.

*Will shoot spam on site... We will not spam your email!