Rules and Regulations
Many missions are played in the mountains, but regardless of the location, a variety of natural hazards are abound. It’s important to get immersed in the game, but it is equally important to always be aware of your surroundings. Tripping hazards, such as rocks, stumps, gravestones, and more can end your session real quick. Poisonous plants, animals, or snakes can be lurking all around as well, so always be alert. Large rocks and even cliffs can be possible, depending upon the map or location. If you have any concerns before your mission day, never hesitate to contact us.
What makes Conflict Colorado such fun is that unlike paintball and airsoft the weapons themselves pose no threat as they shoot no projectiles. They only emit a beam of light just like your TV remote. You can read more about that here. Not to state the obvious, however; the Conflict Colorado weapons are never to be used in close combat. There is to never be any type of contact with another player via weapon, personal touching or hitting, or any objects on the battlefield itself.
Dead Men Tell No Tales
If you have been killed in combat, whether permanently for that mission or until you are able to respawn, you must lower your weapon and have no communication with others on your team, until you have been revived. If there are no respawns for that mission, return to the designated position for players that have been eliminated. If you have a respawn box in or near your base, you may move to that location. The one exception is to call for a medic, if a dedicated medic is on your team for that mission. You may use your comm equipment if so equipped or yell out. Having a dedicated medic means that you can not move from the location where you were eliminated, however. More specific details are given during your mission briefing.
Clothing & Equipment
We will always suggest appropriate clothing in your pre-briefing materials, which will arrive a day or two before your missions. Conflict Colorado does missions in all weather, altitudes, and mountainous conditions. It is always important to come over-prepared, as mountain weather can change in a moments notice. Camoflauge gear and face paint may be available for your mission. Ask at the time you book your event about the availability of these items. Communication gear may also be available. Our advanced tactical communication gear is almost exactly the same that you see real SWAT and military operations use, including a handsfree throat mic and push-to-talk modes. You will always be supplied with one of our custom Conflict Colorado headgear units to differentiate teams.
On the Battlefield
Below is a great video on the basic gameplay and rules that we use here at Conflict Colorado. However, there are a few things we do a little differently. If you have any questions, you can call or email us. A more specific briefing is given before your missions start.
Most missions have friendly fire off, so you can’t accidentally hit a teammate by mistake. During advanced missions friendly fire may be on, so be alert, and confirm your enemy before opening fire.