|Hide & Seek, Tag, Speedball, Capture the Flag, Siege, and Practice modes
are all available and multiplayer action is supported over a LAN or the
Internet. Outdoor maps are relatively small, square-shaped areas with
some scattered trees, low fences, and junked cars for obstacles, so you
really don't have much to do but occasionally duck behind a wall. Only a
couple of the maps have any substantial elevation changes to add some sort
of tactical depth. The 3D engine itself is buggy: Expect to get snagged
on static scenery repeatedly, sometimes with no way of getting unhooked.
In addition, collision detection is a big problem - paintballs sometimes
pass through objects, and players can walk through trees. It's yet another
bad paintball game though not as awful as Extreme PaintBrawl.
Dull levels, bad enemy A.I., and crappy sounds...but hey, the player
models look nice. ;-)