T-Square’s 40-acre playing area is a menacing wooded battlefield containing military-style tanks, obstacles, and foxholes from which to taunt, shoot, and telepathically tickle opponents. This Groupon takes care of the field fee ($10), which includes unlimited CO2, 100 paintballs, referees to ensure fair play, and all-day field access. The rental of a high-quality semi-automatic paintball gun and a face mask is also included ($5). For trigger-happy targeters, T-Square offers additional rounds of paintballs for purchase—increase your inventory with 100 ($5), 500 ($20), or 2,000 ($60) paintballs. Beginners and advanced sharpshooters alike will take to the field for rousing games of “attack and defend,” “arena ball,” “capture the flag,” and its not-so-popular offshoot, “let’s all talk this out before making any rash decisions.” There is an elevated viewing area for non-players to watch the games and shout out defensive strategies in Morse code.
Battlefront Laser Tag & Paintball turns 20 acres of woods in Shelby Farms Park into a competitive arena for firing paintballs and aiming lasers at opponents in matches for up to 100 people. In a more lifelike version of the most recent Call of Duty game, up-to-date infra-red laser-tag games may be played with 5- to 8-lb. all-metal military guns?made to emulate 69 different weapons such assault rifles, sniper rifles, submachine guns, and handguns. Equipped with realistic sounds and red dot scopes, players engage in combat staged across 400 yards of range. Lighter-weight weaponry designed for younger players is also available. In paintball skirmishes, participants don protective face masks and compressed-air tanks to snipe out foes in a refereed game.
Realistic sounds, red dot scopes and 400 yards of range