I haven't played others in area but have done others in UK.
When we arrived we were met by the site manager, who welcomed us and got us signed in and kitted up (good quality masks and coveralls all round).
After a short wait for other players to also get kitted up, we walked to the mornings game field.
When we got to the 'safe area' one of the site marshals gave a safety talk about paintball which was very informative to both newbs and the repeat visitors.
There were about 50 players on our game split into two teams (red & white) with three marshals.
Then to the games, we played five in the morning. These included two games at Chopper (an attack defend game), Bunkers (two flag grab), Bridge (take the bomb over the bridge to the enemy base) & Mincer (one flag game). I really like the Bridge game as both teams more aggressive team members meet in the middle and shoot it out, loads of paint and lots of screaming!
Lunch was a whole pig roast! YUM!
In the afternoon we played five more games. First was VIP an odd type of game where one team chose a player to be the 'VIP', this person has to be moved to the oppositions base with out getting 'killed'. The other team has to 'kill' the VIP. If the 'VIP' dosn't reach the base or isn't 'killed' the game's a draw. Then we played Forts two wooden buildings about twenty meters apart with other buildings between, there are fire bells in the tops of the forts, ring to win. Jurassic was next (a two flag game). VIP again the other way round. Finally a Resurrection on Hickstead (a single flag game). My favorite in the afternoon I liked Forts the best as it's all shooting and dashing for cover.
Then the nasty bit, having to settle up for all the shooting. this wasn't quite as bad as I had expected as this year is there twentieth anniversary so they are giving a £10 reduction in all their prices!
I can't praise the site staff enough, they were there when you needed them and out of the way when you didn't .
We'll be going back again soon.