Drinking games sound exciting enough, don't they? If you love getting drunk and having a laugh you must definitely try out one of these games. Drinking games usually require two or more players. Most of the rules for each game are pretty straightforward. You normally need to have cards or a board, a dice and some rules; there are some that don't require even that.
Ideal for lovers of beer everywhere, the Beer Game is a board game designed for between 2 and 8 thirsty players. All you need is a group of friends and lots of beer obviously! Move around the board visiting different 'destinations' as you go: the Irish bar, the club and the village tavern amongst others, whilst having a drink along the way without having to leave the comfort of your own home or party. But beware, you may pick up forfeits. Who will be the last one standing at the end of the game?
Play this board game with between 2 and 8 players. Great for trivia fans, travel around the board testing your knowledge of sex, booze and rock and roll collecting hearts, bottles or guitars. In addition, on the spot improvisation may be required to: 'Drink a full glass of whatever the person next to you is drinking in one minute' or 'Answer 10 words relating to sex beginning with the first letter of your surname'. Over a thousand questions and improvisations will mean this game can be played over and over again.
Suitable for 2 or more players, this is the ultimate choice of games to play. The Adult Drinking Games Compendium box contains 25 of the best ever drinking games that are not only good for a party but also to play down the pub or at home. The games included are a mixture of forfeit, action, brain draining, dice, card or coin games and all of them are good all round drinking fun!
Create an instant party with Beer – a card game for between 2 and 6 players that is outrageous drinking game fun. In this game you assign drinks, have blackouts, steal from each other and even get the occasional drunken hook-up whilst testing your knowledge on essential categories such as 'types of drink' and 'excuses for not making love'. The winner is the person with the highest valued drinks card at the end of the game. If you win, you get to assign lots of drinks to other players.
This is a great book to have to get any party up and running. With fifty one games to choose from you will never be short of an idea for a drinking game to play at a party. Games are suitable for between 2 and 10 players, and include card games such as Drinking Poker and Match Making, entertainment games including Football Madness and word games such as Drink or Dare and Spin the Bottle.
With all these drinking games available and many more, your party is sure to be a winner!
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