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This game is inspired by 1 game in specific; many many years ago I played a 2D paintball game called X-ball v2.8 which I really liked; I still play it today sometimes, it's even been updated to v3.1 semi recently, and at the time it mimicked playing speedball almost better than any blockbuster game out in the market, it still kind of does.

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With that said, I've always wanted to create a Multiplayer paintball game that is "accurate/simulation" enough that actual players/teams could possibly use it to practice for events and employ real strategies that they can carry to real life pball events. I also wanted this game to be very accessible (meaning easy to play / no install / no download / free2play / PC (keyboard+mouse) etc.)

Advertised as "The 1st Non-Violent 3D Shooter", Extreme Paintbrawl is the first game in the first-person shooter genre to be based on the sport of paintball. It is cross-promotional with the Sheridan and Crosman brands of gear.

Gotcha! Extreme Paintball (also known as Gotcha! in Europe) is a first person paintball video game developed by Sixteen Tons Entertainment and published by Gathering. The game was produced by Ralph Stock. It was released on Microsoft Windows and Xbox in Germany first in 2004, and the rest of Europe in 2004 and 2005, following a release in North America in 2006, published by Viva Media.[1]

Gotcha! Extreme Paintball is a non-violent first-person shooter in which the characters play paintball. Its gameplay is inspired in particular by Counter-Strike. The game can be played alone or with others, through a local network or direct connection. The player can choose between 18 male and female top players, 12 different high-tech-markers and also colored grenades you can use and equip your team with. The scenario is you and your team are playing Gotcha (a.k.a. Paintball). You can play in a league with 28 teams and compete in 17 different locations. Multiplayer modes include Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Flag Elimination, Team Elimination, Last Man Standing, and Kill the King.[2] The character can crouch, lie down, or strafe. There are up to 12 fields around the earth with realistic weather effects. For online play, players can play around the Internet, LAN matches and Xbox Live tournaments with up to 12 players.[3]

Kévin Kuipers of Gamekult gives the Windows version a score of 3/10. He says that "paintball is obviously sorely lacking in interest when played virtually, and Gotcha! proves it once again. According to him, the game's gameplay and artificial intelligence are bad. However, he appreciates "the technical aspect [...] very correct with well-modeled sets and some nice effects".[12]

The non-violent aspect of Gotcha! Extreme Paintball is praised by Kévin Kuipers, which makes it accessible to the little ones;[12] for Jean-Marc Wallimann, the title is not just another version of terrorists facing counter-terrorists, but it wants to be more good-natured by aligning itself with the culture of paintball.[13]

Unlike most of the Lemmings games, it does not use a side-scrolling perspective but instead an isometric view of the levels. The gameplay is also very different from other Lemmings games, focusing on splattering enemies with paint from a gun. The levels contain various puzzles including moving platforms, lemming catapults, and trampolines.

A Next Generation critic commented, "Like most Lemmings games, the sound and graphics are cute and simple, but not stunning, and gameplay is entertaining. The biggest problem is ... when dealing with squares on the other side of raised areas, there's no way to tell if it's dangerous or safe, except by sacrificing a lemming to find out."[2] GameSpot reviewer Tim Soete praised the game's strategy, networked multiplayer, soundtrack, inclusion of two older Lemmings games as a bonus, graphics, and challenge, while criticizing the frustratingly difficult terrain.[1] GameRanking's scores list it as 63%, based upon three reviews.[citation needed]

Shell Shockers is one of those games, with great maps and eggy characters that pop open and ooze yolk when you kill them. Bullet Force and Forward Assault: Remix are two free online FPS games that provide classic, fast-paced and competitive gameplay.

All the first-person shooter games here are free to play in your web browser, with no download required. Many of the best titles are ideally played on PC - or are PC only, but many mobile FPS games are available.

First Person Shooter (FPS) games are shooting games with a first-person perspective. They are often played competitively online. You can use weapons like pistols and shotguns to powerful bazookas and tactically take down your enemies in various locations.

Big Paintball is one of the more popular games within Roblox. The mode allows players to experience FPS paintball action online with up to 18 players, and it has won awards within Roblox as a very popular game. Now, Big Paintball is expanding with new and remastered maps, a new game mode, gameplay enhancements, and more.

Ever since Jonathan first laid his eyes on level 1-1 in Super Mario Bros., he has been hooked on all things video games. A self-proclaimed Nintendo nerd, Jonathan has owned every single Nintendo console (save the Virtual Boy) but also became a big fan of Xbox and PlayStation once the 2000s rolled around. Through news, features, reviews, and previews at Game Rant, Jonathan believes it is just as important to be critical in journalism as it is to be thrilled about the joy that top-notch game design can provide.

Community fans may still be waiting for the movie adaption of their favorite sitcom, but they can now freely download a paintball-themed first-person fangame that takes place at a virtual recreation of Greendale. Dan Harmon's sitcom was characterized by many of its episodes featuring meta-humor that would also define his next project, Rick and Morty. Paintball was Community's go-to when it comes to parodying violence in everything from superhero blockbusters to old-fashioned Westerns, so it's fitting that a video game based on the show would bring that concept to the fore in gameplay.

Community is also no stranger to video games as part of its content. One episode late in Season Three saw the six members of the show's central study group transported to an NES-style adventure game at the behest of Pierce's recently deceased father, Cornelius Hawthorne. As was expected from the show, the episode dug into various retro video game tropes with most of the gang, all while Abed bypassed the levels and formed a strong relationship with an NPC.

Unfortunately for poor Abed, Community fan game 6 Seasons and a Game doesn't have NPCs of any kind. The game, created by a group of friends going under the name The Human Beings and listed on Steam, takes the concept of the show's paintball episodes and translates it to an online first-person shooter. As seen in the trailer for the free release, the game recreates the campus of Greendale, including everything from Dean Pelton's big fist to the foosball table where Jeff bore his soul in a battle of wills.

Alex Santa Maria is a writer, editor, and critic based out of the Sunshine State. Raised on a healthy diet of gaming mags at an Xbox LAN center, Alex is an enthusiast who loves shooters, roguelikes, and arcade-style games. He has an unhealthy obsession with bad movies, a love of the 1980s, and the skills to rack up a high score on your local pinball table. When not covering the latest news on Screen Rant, you may find his byline on a growing number of webzones, including GameRevolution, TechRaptor, Mandatory, and WrestleZone.

Download our free FPS Monitor via Overwolf to count your frame rates as you play, and test how tweaks to your settings can boost FPS and increase Paintball War performance. Our app is compatible with hundreds of the best PC games and available now.

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Unfortunately, it can be tough to find an adequate number of willing players, due to the time and expense that the sport of paintball requires. Playing Just Paintball has come a long way since its conception in 1981.

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Paintball provides an experience of real paintball game on PC. The graphics and sound effects are good to play and enjoy this free FPS game. You can also try other paint related games like: Tag and Telepaint.

3D Paradise Paintball allows you to play against other players within your web browser. Simply choose whether to play multiplayer or a single game. In addition, you can play against people in Facebook if you're invited to do so by another user. In single player mode, alien like plastic looking targets will pop up around you as you wade through sand and water to attack them. This isn't very hard and you can change weapon by scrolling up and down with your mouse wheel. The guns though all seem to be of the live ammunition type from machine guns to grenade launchers - not the safest kind of paintball you'll ever play!

Because, ex, some people are too weak to take the pain. Or maybe they can't afford some of the better guns in this game, but they at least want an idea of what's it's like to use one. Some people can't afford the paintball equipment in general. Some of the people who play this don't have a field near them, or anyone to play paintball with. There's more reasons, I just can't list 'em right now. 041b061a72


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