Paintball is like a production of Hamlet: it's exciting, demanding, and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Take paintball arms against a sea of troubles with today's Groupon: for $59, you get admission for two, 200 paintballs per person, and rental equipment at Total Chaos Paintball in Arvada (a $144 value). One of the largest scenario paintball fields in the Front Range, Total Chaos Paintball welcomes sharpshooters of all skill levels and features a brand new, 12,000-square-foot indoor facility with a 140-yard dirt field modeled after Call of Duty ’s Wasteland map. Engage in a one-on-one duel with a friend or buy multiple Groupons to settle neighborly feuds over whose pet alpaca is invading whose property lines. Your general admission includes a 10-minute safety orientation, all-day air tank refills, and the option to purchase extra paintlets for $10 per 100 rounds.
PbNation reviewers give Total Chaos Paintball a five-star average:
- I love the field. Everyone has a blast when they go. The tournament was sick. Rich is real tight dude [sic] and same with his sons. Their pro shop is pretty cool. – Santa Muerte
- Total Chaos it a great indoor rec-ball field for the Denver/ West Denver area. The bunkers are a variety of wooden structures pallets and my personal favorite spools of all sizes. The Staff (Owner, Rich and his two sons) take great care of their players both veterans and new players, I can't really say enough of how nice these guys are, I have been playing for 16+ years all over the country and they make you feel at home instantly. Unlike some of the other indoor fields in town, Chaos is keeping his field open late – ESP's Dirty
Total Chaos Paintball
Total Chaos Paintball brings video games into vivid reality, hosting colorful, officiated skirmishes on a 12,000-square-foot indoor battleground modeled after the Wasteland map from Call of Duty 2. Under constant pursuit by the opposing team, combatants duck down alleyways, hide behind urban debris, or outwit fast-moving opponents with quick presses of the pause button. The center can also simulate the stress of nighttime operations, killing the lights while a sound system broadcasts high-octane tunes to keep heart rates accelerated.