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  1. At my camp, probably the most challenging gamestyle that I have experienced was playing “Zombies.”  As you might have noticed by now from watching horror and action movies, a zombie stereotype has been passed around over the years that the only way to fully exterminate the walking dead is by a shot to the head, eliminating the brain, the common life-line of a zombie.  This idea is converted into a paintball variation in Zombies, meaning that the only way to take out a zombie is by a headshot, which can be extremely difficult if the zombie knows what he/she is doing.

  2. For some, woodsball is the ultimate simulation, while others see it as an unofficial game.  If your thinking about playing or even investing in woodsball paintball equipment, here are some things you should know about the game.  1) Woodsball takes guts.  It's not for the faint of heart. The forest isn’t full of woodland creatures that are going to aid you on your way; it’s full of dangers from bugs to snakes.  2) Don’t be afraid of dirt.

  3. Most paintball markers and paintballs are .68 caliber; this is the standard size used in tournaments, commercial fields, and paintball parts worldwide.  So, why would company’s start producing a different sized paintball (that require totally different guns and are not the standard size?  Why .50 caliber)?

    As it turns out, there are many benefits to .

  4. Attack and defend games are quite popular in paintball.  There are many different variations of this game.  In one version, one team may be confined to an area they're to defend, the rest of the team may have a flag or treasure to capture for the opposing team and bring back to home base.  Either way, the basic point of the game is to defend your territory while breaking past the other team's defense.

  5. Interdiction

    Here is a fun example of a scenario paintball mission that you can play with a huge group of people or just with your paintball team.  If your just with your own team, get one or two players and they will be the '75th Rangers' team and all the rest of your team will be the 'terrorists'.  Here's the situation.

  6. Operation Ambush

    Here is another fun scenario paintball mission that you can use to practice how to set up an ambush and also how to deal with being ambushed by another team.  You can play this mission with a huge group of people or just with your paintball team.  If your just with your own team, get one or two players and they will be the ones setting up the ambush against all the 'unsuspecting' other.

  7. Weapons Cache

    Here is another fun scenario paintball mission that you can play with a huge group of people or just with your paintball team.  This one's better with a larger group though.  If your just with your own team, get one or two players and they will be the 'US Special Forces' team and all the rest of your team will be the 'Opposing Forces' protecting the weapons cache.

  8. Operation Ranger's Rummage

    Here is a fun example of a scenario paintball mission that you can play with a huge group of people or just with your paintball team.  If your just with your own team, get one or two players and they will be the '75th Rangers' team and all the rest of your team will be the 'Insurgents'.

  9. Operation Charlie Delta

    Here is a fun example of a scenario paintball mission that you can play with a huge group of people or just with your paintball team.  If your just with your own team, get one or two players and they will be the 'US Special Forces' team and all the rest of your team will be the 'Opposing Forces'.

  10. Military Style Missions

    Perhaps the most exciting aspect of participating in the sport of paintball is to play it with a specific objective in mind. These "missions" can range from the simple (Elimination) to the elaborate (multiple day scenario missions - like 'D-Day'). Often times, missions are part of a much larger Scenario Game, which can involve as many as several thousand players and last for 24+ hours.

  11. Rescue The Hostage

    This game is totally fun especially if you're into tactical paintball because you can get all decked out in tactical paintball vests, body armor and the like.  Basically, one team must get a "hostage" away from the other team and bring him back unharmed.

  12. Kick The Bucket

    Here's a fast, fun little game that's just a simple variation of capture the flag; but instead of flags, you have to rush up and kick the opposing team's bucket.  Each flag station has a bucket sitting on the ground below where the flag should be; you must "kick the bucket" to win.

  13. "We Need BackUp!"

    This is pretty much a standard Capture the Flag game but the teams can go back for reinforcements and the players you've eliminated go back to defend their flag station.  You'll need 2 teams, flag stations and 2 flags in their respective flag stations.

  14. Paintball Burner

    This is a great game to finish off your day and eat up the rest of your paintballs if you want.  Basically, there are no losers!  This is a game for multiple 3 man teams, but don't worry about flags or flag stations.  You will need a holding area for players who've been eliminated.

  15. Civil War
    This game is another variation of 'Capture the Flag' but with a civil war twist.  It's played with 2 evenly numbered teams; the North and the South.  You will need 2 flag stations with flags in their respective flag stations.  The flavor of this game is you are not allowed to have any bulk loaders, loading tubes/pods or any solid apparatus used to hold or feed paintballs.
  16. Prisoner of War

    This is a fun game that can last for a long time if you want it to.  Basically players must rescue their incarcerated comrades.  When a player is eliminated, they are sent to the opposing team's POW holding area (jail).  You will need 2 teams (obviously) and an area on your side for your POW holding area.

  17. Trophy Hunter

    This is a fun game that doesn't rely on teams.  Basically, players tie bands around their arms (these are their 'trophies').  When hit with a paintball, they lie still for 5 minutes and other players can collect their trophies while they're down.

  18. Fox Hunt

    One person is the 'Fox' and must defend himself against a multitude of players.  This game can be played with just one paintball team or several.  The more players you have, the less of a chance the Fox will last very long.  One player volunteers to be the Fox; the rest of the players are the Hunters.

  19.  Special Ops Recon

    This is a great night game scenario.  It's best played with multiple 5-man teams.  The object is for small teams to check into several checkpoints; the problem is, they all have to check into the same ones.  Each time your team reaches a checkpoint, they get points; the points range from highest to lowest and the first team to check in gets the most, the last team to check in gets the least.

  20. More Paintball Game Suggestions....

    If you've been playing paintball as long as I have, you'll want to keep things spiced up with different equipment - like new paintball guns, paintball scopes, maybe a new upgrade kit for your paintball marker.

  21. Foxes & Hounds
    Another great game we like to play is Foxes and Hounds. Divide your group up into two groups, one are foxes and one group is the hounds. Basically the hounds have to try and 'tag' the foxes. Each fox that gets tagged then becomes a hound.
  22. All The President's Men Game

    Here's another great, totally fun paintball game to play if you have two teams.....
    All the Presidents Men  · All the Presidents Men has the main objective of tagging one key opposing player.  One team is the Presidents Men team, while the other team is the attacking team.

  23. Flag Runner

    This is a fun game to play if you have 3 teams.  The object of the game is for one player on one team to have in possession all the flags.  Here's how you play....
    One player from each team is designated "Flag Runner" or "Flag Bearer".  That player must keep in possession his/her team's Flag plus any other flags that are captured.

  24. Break The Supply Line

    This is a fun game if you have 2 teams.  It's fun because it's not just a free-for-all, paintball-wasting, electronic trigger session; you have to make your shots count because you'll have limited ammo.  Limited paintball ammo is the name of the game; in this game, each player has limited paintball ammo; in order to get more, players have to break into the enemy's base and steal it.

  25. Capture The Flag - 'Classic Version'

    This is the game that started it all!  Capture the Flag is best with two even teams; you will need 2 flags stations (at opposing ends of the paintball field) and 2 flags, hung in their respective flag stations.

  26. BlackJack

    This is a standard game of Capture the Flag, but players are only given 21 paintballs for the whole game.  This is a good game if you want to mix high-tech and low-tech paintball guns.  In this game, a semi-automatic paintball gun really doesn't have much fire power advantage of over an electronic trigger/fully automatic paintball marker.

  27. Plant The Seed

    This is an aggressive game!  Gather all your troops, snatch up your flag and CHARGE!  The object of this game to plant your flag in your opposition's flag station.  You will need 2 even teams, 2 flags hung in their respective flag stations; you will have 20 minutes to complete the mission.

  28. Shoot The Captain

    The object of this paintball game is for two teams to try to eliminate the other team's captain.  You will need to set this one up a bit though.  You will need 2 even teams, 2 flags and 2 flag stations.  One member of the team is selected to be the Captain.

  29. Ye Good Olde Fashioned Duel

    Get ready for 'ye olde duel'..... Two players settle an affair of honor.  This is a good tie breaker and something to do if you're eliminated early.  Obviously, two players are the duelists, with a third player as the Warder/referee.  You just need a clear area so both players can pace off 10 paces each.

  30. Attack and Defend

    This is a great game for training your paintball team how to attack or defend flag stations; or when you want a fast and furious head to head game without a lot of sneaking around.

  31. The Annihilator

    Make this one as organized or 'un-organized' as you want.  Basically, two teams of 5 players go into the field and slug it out in this elimination only game.... the bloodier the battle the better!  Make things more interesting by adding more than just 2 five man teams.

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