paintball game

paintball game

(ˈpeɪntˌbɔːl)
n
1. (Team Sports, other than specified) a game in which teams of players simulate a military skirmish, shooting each other with paint pellets that explode on impact, marking the players who have been shot
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Unaware that a paintball game was under way nearby, Madsen "apparently believed that he was aiming at a skunk when he negligently fired the rifle from the interior of the sport utility vehicle," the suit alleges.
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Clarke had successfully brought an action against the organizers of a paintball game in negligence and for breach of a consumer protection provision of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth), s 74(1) relating to fitness for purpose.
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But because of all the minders, it obviously wasn't just any old paintball game.
Francis finds himself engaged in a paintball game and realizes he is less adept at the game than he imagined.
Several paintball game types are described, including capture the flag, base defense, ambassador, medic, and more.