How to enjoy your Paintball game at O’Fun Park?
O’Fun Park invites you to challenge your friends to a wild game of paintball.
Our one-hectare field, specially designed for adrenaline-filled and thrilling confrontations, can accommodate up to 30 players in the heart of a real battlefield.
HOW TO DRESS FOR A PAINTBALL GAME?
When you leave for O’Fun Park, remember to bring an outfit that you are comfortable in and that protects you a minimum of paintball impacts to complete the outfit that will be provided to you by us. The paintball pros bring their own combat suits while the more adventurous come dressed up for a more festive game.
The paintball area is deliberately rugged, with tunnels, cover and obstacles of all kinds, so don’t forget to take a pair of shoes that will hold your feet well and that you don’t mind getting dirty.
Good practices during a paintball game
Before entering the playground, be sure to follow the safety instructions of our operators who will equip you and explain the operation of your equipment. In order to guarantee your safety throughout the game, we will ask you not to use your launcher at close range (i.e. at a distance greater than 6 meters), to raise your arms and return to the starting point when you are hit, also make sure not to open the tank of your launcher in order to avoid any loss of marbles “do not lose your ammunition on the battlefield soldier!”
Choose your game mode and make the experience more challenging!
Your tank has 150 bullets, it is possible to opt for more ammunition and to spice up the game with smoke grenades. It will then be possible to blur the opponent’s field of vision and launch an evasive maneuver, in short add a layer of tactics and strategy and experience a game of paintball like never before.
Tips for Paintball Beginners
- it is normal not to hit your target on the first shot, take the time to visualize the trajectory of your ball in order to adjust your shot
- it is very difficult to aim when you are moving, stay still, try to regulate your breathing and use a support to make your aim easier
- don’t get nervous on the trigger, in order not to run out of ammunition, avoid shooting in all directions!
- when you are facing an opponent at close range (less than 6 meters) the first one to shout the word “BANG” is considered the winner