If Edison had spent more time improving paintball gadgetry instead of inventing meaningless nonsense, the world would be a brighter place filled with mostly darkness and permanently vibrant clothing. Accentuate a friend’s wardrobe with today’s Groupon to Wildfire Paintball Games in Conyers and Snellville. Choose between two options:
For $19, you get a one-person paintball package (a $38 total value), including the following:
- All-day field admission (a $14 value)
- Gun rental, including unlimited air refills (a $12 value)
- 200 paintballs (a $12 value)
For $59, you get a four-person paintball package (up to a $168 total value), including the following:
- Four all-day field admissions (a $56 total value)
- Four gun rentals, including unlimited air refills (a $48 total value)
- 400 paintballs or 100 per person (a $24 total value)
- Upgrade to electronic guns if redeemed Tuesday–Thursday (a $40 total value)
Wildfire Paintball Games helps to uphold the age-old tradition of painting the human figure by outfitting visitors with proper art supplies, such as a semiautomatic pigment pumper and juicy batches of spherical splashers. Fueled by more pressurized air than the troposphere, each weapon comes fully equipped with an all-day nitrogen supply to propel paint onto the T-shirts and unearned pride of enemies. If players blast all of their starter ammo on a generous base coat, they can finish the edges and trim the beards of opponents with the purchase of additional rounds ($6 for 100 paintballs).
Paintball, unlike golf, depends on wind factors and trajectories, which affect how colorfully patchworked an opponent’s pants will look. To overcome a foreboding forecast, head to the Snellville indoor park, where players can duck and roll behind inflatable obstacles that sacrifice their precious purity for the sake of paintballers' protection. Or master the elements while masterpiecing peers at the Conyers outdoor field, where barrels, trees, and fortifiable shacks await strategic implementation. Both parks present a mental challenge as formidable as a chess-playing robot; all players must be both entirely human and entirely 10 years of age or older.
Wildfire Paintball Games
Together, the Snellville indoor field and the Conyers outdoor field make up the paintballer’s paradise known as Wildfire Paintball Games. Within Snellville’s warehouse-like space, gunrunners dive behind walls of corrugated pipes. Overhead netting prevents errant paintballs from splattering the ceiling, and large bunkers akin to oversized beanbags offer temporary cover to players who need to tie their shoes or quickly finish a book report. At Conyers, ramshackle huts and fort-like edifices give snipers a spot to target their opponents. A forested area provides camouflage, and the speedball arena’s regulation-style obstacles stand tall on the grass field as players duck and run.