Paintball  is a game in which players eliminate opponents from play by hitting them with pellets containing a paint like substance
(referred to as a "paintball") usually shot from a carbon dioxide or compressed-gas powered paintball gun (or marker).

Games can be also played either indoors or outdoors and take various forms, of which some of the most popular are woodsball,
scenario, X-Ball and speedball. Rules for playing paintball vary widely, with most designed to ensure that participants enjoy the
sport in a safe environment. The sport requires a significant amount of equipment.

A game of paintball usually involves two opposing teams seeking to eliminate all of the other team's players or to complete some
other objective, such as retrieving a flag, eliminating a specific player, or other paintball variations. Depending on the style of
paintball played, a paintball game can last from seconds to days.

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