The last remaining humans (who can vary depending on the time of night), embark on an epic quest to slay the zombie infestation taking over Insane Paintball!
Survive Alive 2014 is a slow-moving armored truck experience, with 20 mounted paintball guns on the side of this zombie-killing machine.
Arrive early to this attraction as the wait times can get pretty hefty. The waiting area is very ghoulish, though, and they played on screen the 1968 version of “Night of the Living Dead”. No audio, but the moving pictures did entertain my eyes while awaiting our caravan. The dark warehouse was a comfortable temperature, as opposed to other haunts that force you to wait outside. The eerie settings were complemented by the fear technicians who passed by every few minutes to try and scare an unsuspecting victim.
Once it was our turn to board the death machine, we were trained by military-level personnel on how to Survive Alive! Once on board there is no turning back or stopping, so respect his authority and the outcome will be positive. After final preparations were made, we were on our way. There was a short five-minute drive before we even pulled the trigger where ominous zombies lay waiting, in hiding to jump out and devour our brains. Luckily for us, we had our guide with a shotgun waiting to pump iron into each undead carcass.
When we entered the infection zone, the General pulled off our safety caps and we were informed to shoot anything that moves. Just as he finished speaking, hordes of zombies approached our mobile death squad. Splat, right on the face! You know you like it, zombies, don’t even play. Headshots left and right. The only thing making each face shot more satisfying was the intense black-light coverage over the course, each shot clearly visible until impact.
I had an INSANELY fun time at Survive Alive and I highly recommend it to all our bloodthirsty Pulse readers. This Friday and Saturday, 7 - 11 p.m., are the last chances to get in on this amazing opportunity. Each ticket comes with a free paintball field pass, so it’s definitely worth the money. I would also recommend getting the extra bullets for maximum carnage.
Survive Alive Paintball Zombie Shoot
1200 Wisdom St. (off Amnicola Highway behind the 911 Service Center and Police department)