Drinking game
Drinking games are games which involve the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Evidence of the existence of drinking games dates back to antiquity. Drinking games have been banned at some institutions...
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21 (drinking game)
21, Bagram, or Twenty Plus One is a drinking game. The game progresses by counting up from 1 to 21, with the player who calls "21" suffering a drinking penalty before the next round starts. The loser...
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Avalanche (drinking game)
Avalanche (also known as Three) is a drinking game of chance which can be played with any number of players. Play passes counterclockwise around a circle. The current player adds some of his/her drink...
Bartok (card game)
The game of Bartok, also known by a number of other names, such as Wartoke, Warthog, Bartog, Bentok, Last One Standing or Bong 98, is a card game where the winner of each round invents a new rule whic...
Baseball (drinking game)
Beer-Baseball is a drinking game in which players shoot a ping-pong ball across a table with the intent of landing the ball in one of several cups of beer on the other end, doing so in a way combining...
Beer can pyramid
A beer can pyramid, often called a beeramid (a portmanteau of "beer" and "pyramid"), is a pyramid made from discarded beer cans.Found in places frequented by drinkers, a large beer can pyramid was oft...
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Beer checkers
Beer checkers (also known as shotglass checkers, shot glass checkers or beercheckers) is a two player drinking game. A variant of normal checkers, it is played on a standard checkerboard (or chess boa...
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Beer die
Beer die is a table-based gentleman's drinking game where opposing players sit at opposite ends and throw a die over a certain height with the goal of either landing the die in their opponent's cup or...
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Beer pong
Beer pong, also known as Beirut, is a drinking game in which players throw a ping pong ball across a table with the intent of landing the ball in a cup of beer on the other end. The game typically con...
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Beer pong (paddles)
Beer pong is a drinking game loosely based on ping pong, that involves use of paddles to hit a ping pong ball into obstacles on the opposing side. The origin of beer pong is generally credited to Dart...
Beerdarts
Beerdarts is a drinking game involving aluminum beer cans and metal darts. Although many variations exist, the basic idea is to throw a dart at your opponent's can that has been placed on the ground a...
Biscuit (game)
Biscuit (also referred to as Bizkit or Biskit) is a drinking game played with two dice.
Each player rolls the dice one time. The first person who makes a "7" (4+3 / 5+2 / 6+1 ) becomes the biscuit...
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Black or Red
Black or Red is an American card game, often played as a drinking game.In its most basic form it is one of the least complicated of drinking games. Gameplay requires a standard 52-card deck and may be...
Boat race (game)
A boat race (Beer On A Table Race), is a drinking game played usually between two teams of equal numbers. Rules vary widely but normally involve a team drinking in series and aiming to finish first. ...
Buffalo (game)
Buffalo or Buffalo Club is a drinking game where participants must chug their drink if they drink with the wrong hand, usually the player's dominant hand. In some versions, merely holding a drink in t...
Caps (drinking game)
Caps is a drinking game that was started in Glendive, MT. It involves throwing bottle caps into 16oz-20oz beer mugs (North America, North Europe, and Argentina), or at another other bottle with a cap ...
Detonator (game)
Detonator is a drinking game involving smashing a beer can on one's head. It is played across the United States, and supposedly originated among college students attending Montana State University – B...
Dizzy bat
Dizzy Bat (also known as Louisville slugger, D-bat, and The Spins) is a registered trademark of the company producing bats for the drinking game it got its name from. Dizzy Bat is a game in which the ...
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Drinking Dizzy Bat
Drinking Dizzy Bat is drinking game in which the participant chugs a full beer out of the holding end of a wiffle ball bat. While the person is chugging, the surrounding participants count off in seco...
Edward Fortyhands
Edward Fortyhands is a drinking game also known as Edward Ciderhands or Amy Winehands, in which each player duct tapes a 40-ounce or 1.14 liter bottle of alcohol (usually malt liquor, but sometimes ci...
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Farkle
Farkle, or Farkel, is a dice game that has also been called or is similar to 1000/5000/10000, Cosmic Wimpout, Greed, Hot Dice, Squelch, Zilch, Zonk, or Darsh to name but a few. Its origins as a folk ...
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Fingers (game)
Fingers is a drinking game or party game where players guess the number of participating players who will keep their finger on "the cup" at the end of a countdown. Invented by Robert Acey Hill in Oxfo...
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Fizz buzz
Fizz buzz is a group word game for children to teach them about division. Players take turns to count incrementally, replacing any number divisible by three with the word "fizz", and any number divisi...
Flip cup
Flip cup (canoe, taps, flippy cup or tippy cup) is a team-based drinking game.Two teams of an equal number of players stand on opposite sides of a table, facing one another. The players directly facin...
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Fuzzy Duck (drinking game)
Fuzzy Duck is a drinking game where players sit in a circle.In turn, players alternately utter the phrases "fuzzy duck" and "ducky fuzz". A player may also opt to say, "does he?", in which case play r...
Goon of Fortune
Goon of Fortune is an Australian drinking game between any number of individual people. The name of the game is a spoof on the TV show Wheel of Fortune. "This game is based on popular game show wheel ...
Hammerschlagen
Hammerschlagen (the "Striking Hammer" or "Hammer-Striking") is a competitive game involving driving a nail into a log. The trademarked name Hammer-Schlagen is owned by WRB Inc.
The concept derives...
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High jinks
High jinks was a popular 18th century drinking game in Scotland. The game involved throwing a die, and if the caster got a bad score, they had to choose between drinking more alcohol or performing an...
Horserace (drinking game)
Horserace is a drinking game using playing cards that is inspired by horse racing. Participants bet amounts of alcohol on one of four aces, much like bettors would bet money on horses at a racing trac...
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Icing (game)
Icing is a drinking game in which certain individuals or groups of individuals are required to drink a bottle of Smirnoff Ice or any type of Smirnoff Malt Beverage. The game has been featured on CNN M...