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Commander Thursday, May 26th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Orbital, Thunder Bay, Gator, Wayne's World
Review: Jungle Games is way out in red-neck territory, very hard to find for someone on their first visit, being that their sign is about five-by-five inches, their banner is never up until the afternoon, and a dirt-road neighborhood blocks it from sight. The field is as average as can be, well except for the make-shift tank, glazed land rover/fire truck, and rusty old chopper in the main field. The charges are regular and I'm fine with that, their safety is well maintained but not dictated by some steroidal lunatic (see my Thunder Bay post for explanation), and their fields are nothing too special. Their refs however are far beyond normal though, these refs here are actually intelligent, reasonable, and totally agreeable with. I can honestly say they go above and beyond to make your visit as perfect as can be while playing a fifty-on-fifty match, so those guys get two thumbs-up, thanks for the effort boys!

One thing that can really be a problem though is over-crowding. The game can easily add up to one-hundred plus people, all playing on the same field, which isn't too bad seeing as how the refs, being as great as they are, keep a watchful eye out for those in combat. One thing they could do is open their other field as well to lighten the load of paintballers there. And maybe fix-up that so called "speedball" field in the back. It ain't really speedball when the fields at least a mile long and covered with downed trees, piles of moss, and shrubs as thick as my leg. You'll trip and sprain something before you get hit, and believe me; it's happened before!

What i really like is their resource for obtaining the old military and vehicular structures for play. I mean that helicopter perch, and that tank foxhole, combined with the den of the land rover, each calls for praise. Only thing to watch out for is the rusty nails and other objects that obtrude from barriers and the structures noted. Trust me, the last thing you want in your butt after paintball is a needle...

So overall, this field has done fairly well with what nature has given them to work with, so I'll give them an above-average score of seven. Hope to return soon!
 

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