SAS Black Ops
Players never know what to expect when they step onto SAS Black Ops' camouflaged-covered battlefield. That's because the arena wasn't built with permanent structures or referees super glued into position. Instead, interlocking black panels permit rooms and obstacle configurations to reset frequently, keeping layouts fresh and turning the arena into a real life video game. Even better, the military-themed battlefield offers sound and lighting effects, plus several game types: capture the flag, team death match, domination, and demolition. Players can plan for these scenarios using the briefing area's scale model before entering the arena, where night-vision-like green lighting and realistic battle sound effects create an eerie atmosphere as players duck, fire plastic BBs, and complete missions.
However, the airsoft field occupies just one section of SAS Black Ops' 27,000 square foot facility. Birthday parties or team-building events can be held in rooms decorated as army tents with canvas walls and camo netting ceilings, and an airsoft pro shop carries just about anything a player would need, such as airsoft guns, gear, pistols, and pads of paper for writing love notes from the battlefield. Spectators can watch the action from the live video feed in the air-conditioned lounge that's equipped with WiFi or choose to spend time playing arcade or air-hockey games.