Originally Posted by pbman657
i meant like speedball, hyperball, airball, woodsball, etc...
Hyperball and Airball ARE speedball. The game is the same, just what the bunkers are made of changes. It would be like having different names for a woodsball game played on a field with mostly oak trees, and a game played on a field with mostly maple trees.
You're also missing a lot of the variations.
There's all the speedball variations...
Small sup'air course
Big sup'air course
Really, really, big sup'air course that can fit 40 people (these are a HELL of a lot of fun)
Hyperball (with all the above variations)
Mixed Tire/Barrel/Spool/Pallet fields (or the "Hey, this looks like it would make a good bunker" field)
Non-symmetrical recreational speedball (similar to the above, with no attempts to keep the field mirrored)
Hay-bale fields (tons of design possibilities, but the bales have to be replaced every year, work better indoors).
Then you have the Urban fields. My personal favorite right now. Kind of like speedball fields due to size, but generally they tend to look like somewhere that people might actually be shooting at each other.
Multiple small building fields
Interior fields (like a police training course)
Parking lot fields (also called Junkyard fields, mostly old cars for bunkers)
Cityscape fields (smaller ones are a mix of cars and small buildings, large ones are like small cities or MOUT sites).
Trench fields (and their smaller cousin, the Berm field).
Fort fields (or Alamo fields, you play a lot of Attack and Defend on these).
For woodsball there are too many variations to list, ranging from "Jungle" fields where you're lucky to see 2 ft in front of you, to other extreme which I tend to call "Speedball with trees", where there are mostly man made bunkers with hardly any underbrush and just enough trees to keep you in the shade.