Airsoft is a lot like chess in that both require complex strategizing and both are almost impossible to win against autonomous robots. Defeat artificial foes with today's Groupon to Ambush Anonymous Airsoft in Blumenort. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a Broxa package and admission (a $40 value).
- For $10, you get a Walther package and admission (a $25 value).
Ambush Anonymous Airsoft furnishes competitors with ammunition and obstacle-course-laden playing fields for hours of close range and strategic paintball-free combat. A Broxa package equips warriors with admission (a $15 value), a Broxa rifle (a $25 value), goggles, 500 pellets, and a fair maiden's honour to defend. Combatants can amble around one of the two courses, dodging pellets behind a tower of tires or careening through a wooden fortress. The Walther package outfits shooters with a Walther pistol (a $5 value), unlimited ammunition (a $5 value), and admission (a $15 value). Consult the Airsoft rules to ascertain game dos and don'ts, and take note of the weapons' favourite midgame snacks.
Ambush Anonymous Airsoft
Grass fields, gravel roads, twisted trees, and obstacles make up the two fields at Ambush Anonymous Airsoft. The centre allows players of all skills to skulk behind buildings and unusual obstacles such as washing machines before firing at opposing teams. Much like paintball, the game of airsoft challenges players to develop strategy while working as a team to achieve dominance and victory. Unlike paintball, airsoft guns discharge soft pellets instead of messy paintballs, leaving players' clothing free of inkblots that could prove their unhealthy obsession with hamburgers.