Zombie Shoot and Admission to Haunted Attractions for Two or Four at Hell Survivors Paintball Playfield (Up to 51% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Lasers zap zombies during a gory shooting game, a haunted hayride drives past eerie scenes, and the Crazy Castle hides adult-caliber scares

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 27th, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Strobe lights are present at all attractions. Crazy Castle may not be suitable for all children. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Defeating a zombie requires a steady hand and a lack of emotion, much like playing the drums in your unrequited love's wedding band. Fight past the good memories with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $30 for a laser-gun zombie shoot, haunted hayride, and admission to the Crazy Castle for two (a $60 value)
  • $59 for a laser-gun zombie shoot, haunted hayride, and admission to the Crazy Castle for four (a $120 value)

Tippmann U.S. Army laser weapons catch zombies in their sights during a grisly battle scenario in which guests must aim carefully to slow an ever-advancing horde of undead. Each hit earns the player points, which are tallied to determine the bout's first-, second-, and third-place winner. On the Hayride from Hell, wagon passengers traverse a spooky forest abounding with Halloween props and backdrops. The Crazy Castle contains the most intense scares—many of which may not be suitable for children—and challenges visitors to walk through its ghoul-infested halls. Strobe lights are used in all three attractions. Click here for dates and hours of operation.

Hell Survivors Paintball Playfield

Hell Survivors' own history of paint-splattered skirmishes dates back to 1983. The facility’s 14 playing fields span a 180-acre outdoor arena and provide ample battlements for players to duck behind with Deluxe Tippmann semiautomatic markers in tow. Before deploying teams to the field, paintball experts equip them with anti-fog goggles, 300-round ammo packs, and unlimited nitro/HPA refills. Professional referees are present on the field to help refill air and explain how to use the equipment.

After players have exhausted their supplies and painstakingly replicated all of Jackson Pollock’s masterpieces, they can refuel with cheese burgers and chicken sandwiches at the pro-shop.

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