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What You'll Get
- Admission for One to Haunted Zombie Shoot
- Admission for Two to Haunted Zombie Shoot
Admission for Four to Haunted Zombie Shoot
- What it is: All-night admission with fast pass and 100 zombie-killing paintballs
- Is there a wait?: Lines usually take around 2 hours
- See the schedule
Zombie season runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from September 29 to October 22. Click here to view the schedule. Each attendee receives admission for 1 with 100 paintballs into a walk through Haunt ending in a 3 station arcade style (markers are mounted) Zombie shoot.
TXR Haunted Zombie Shoot is a Zombie outbreak with feeding attacks on an evacuation center. Participants will be inserted into a live first person experience where you will have to shoot zombies with special paintballs. Our walk through haunted zombie shoot is not for the faint-hearted. Parents please use discretion as it can be a bit scary. For ages 7 and up. There are strobe lights, loud sounds, and fog. TXR Haunted Zombie Shoot contains fog (natural and unnatural), loud sounds, strobe lights, creepy actors, and props that buzz, hiss, growl, lurch, ooze, and spit. Participants might get wet or muddy. If you are pregnant, seeing a doctor, have heart problems or easily scare, then please consult your doctor before buying a ticket and attending.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 22, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. May be repurchased every 60 days. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for ages 7 and older. The season begins on September 29. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About TxR Paintball
Paintballs whisper through the air, splattering against castle walls and trees on 12 distinct fields at TxR Paintball. Shouts from teammates drift among obstacles on courses simulating a submarine, a pipe-strewn oil field, a Western town, or a castle to castle field, and different game strategies encourage players to fire at one another, protect a V.I.P., capture a rival's flag, or protect their clothesline before a job interview. Each game is refereed by an official versed in the game's intricacies, keeping the sessions fair, safe, and friendly.
Outside of normal weekend play, the facility offers 8- and 26-hour scenario games, which submerges players in battles from famous movies or video games. Safely out of the range of the biodegradable projectiles, patrons at a fully stocked snack bar swap war stories or excuses for having a bag full of white flags.