30 Drinking Games For 2022
When drinking your beer or shots if not fun enough, bring more fun to your drinking session with one of these games. Great to have when you have a few friends over or at a house party. Some drinking games are easy and just require alcohol, while others require some creativity and skill (or lack thereof). The best drinking game is the one that gets everyone involved and laughing.
How Do Drinking Games Work?
The drinking games usually have simple rules that are followed by all the players. The drinking game can be played with any type of alcoholic beverage, but beer is the most preferred one. The drinking game can be played by both men and women, but it is more popular among men. There are many different types of drinking games, but some of the most popular drinking games are beer pong, Flip cup, Quarters, Kings, and Never have I ever.
A Brief History of Drinking Games
The drinking game has been around for centuries, with the first game documented in ancient Greece. Kottabos was a popular drinking game in 5th to 4th centuries BC, where players would use dregs from their wine cups to hit targets across the room. There were often special prizes and penalties for one's performance in the game.
In the Middle Ages, drinking games were often used as a way to relieve boredom or stress. For example, the game "Bagatelle" was popular among nobles in the 14th century. The game involved using a long stick to hit balls into small cups. If a player was successful in getting the ball into the cup, they would receive a drink.
In the 19th century, drinking games became more social in nature and were often used as a way to break the ice at parties. For example, the game "Ring of Fire" is thought to have originated in the 1800s. The game involves placing a ring of cards around a drinking glass. Players take turns drawing cards and performing the corresponding drinking dare.
Why Do People Play Drinking Games?
The drinking games are played for many reasons. The drinking game is played for entertainment and to have some fun. The drinking game is also played to socialize and to meet new people. The drinking game is also played to get drunk.
The drinking game is also played for the challenge. The drinking game is played to see who can drink the most or who can handle their alcohol the best. The drinking game is also played to see who can come up with the best drinking game.
13 Drinking Games You Can Play At Your Next Party
There are drinking games for a variety of different reasons. For example, drinking games can be played to socialize, have fun or get drunk. However, drinking games can also be played for the challenge. The following is a list of 13 drinking games you'll want to play with your friends.
This classic drinking game is easy to play and only requires a few supplies. all you need is a quarter, a shot glass, and a table with a hard surface. Players take turns bouncing the quarter off the surface and into the shot glass. If the player makes the shot, they can assign a drink to any other player. If they miss, they have to drink.
Kings is played with a deck of cards and at least two players. The objective is to get rid of all your cards by drinking and following the rules of the game. One player starts by drawing a card from the deck and following the rule associated with that card. The player to their left then does the same thing. Once all the cards are gone, the player who drew the last card is crowned the king or queen and gets to make up a new rule for the next round. Some of the basic rules include:
Some of the basic rules include:
- drinking whenever you draw a card of the same value as the one before it
- drawing two cards and drinking whenever you draw an ace
- drinking whenever you draw a black card
3. Edward Fortyhands
This drinking game is best played with two people but can be done with more. The objective is to drink all of the alcohol in your cup before your opponent does. To play, each player has two plastic litre bottles duct-taped to their hands. The players then chug their drinks until both bottles are empty.
Beirut is played with ping pong balls, solo cups, and beer. The game is set up by filling half of the solo cups with beer and setting them up in a pyramid formation on each end of the table. The ping pong balls are then placed in the centre of the table. To play, players take turns trying to bounce the ping pong balls into the other team’s cups. If a ball goes into a cup, the team drinking from that cup must finish their drink. The first team to clear all of their cups wins the game.
5. Golf Drinking Game
Make sure you're in peak condition because how well you perform determines who gets the chance. A tiny putting green with a flag and a genuine sand pit is included on the playing surface. Shot glasses with player flags, two miniatures putters, and two metal golf balls are included. Shot glass caddies come with rules featured on them.
6. Beer Pong
This drinking game is one of the most popular ones around. All you need is a ping-pong ball and two cups (filled with water or beer). Arrange six cups in a triangle formation at each end of the table, then take turns trying to bounce the ping-pong ball into the other team’s cups. If a ball goes into a cup, the team must drink the contents of that cup. The first team to eliminate all of the other team’s cups wins the game.
7. Flip Cup
This drinking game is best played with teams of two or more players. To play, each team lines up on one side of a table with a cup of beer in front of them. The first player on each team drinks their beer, then sets the empty cup down and tries to flip cup it so that it lands upside down on the table. Once they have done this, the next player on their team can start drinking their beer. The first team to finish all of their beers wins the game.
8. I Never
This drinking game is best played with a group of friends who know each other well. To play, everyone sits in a circle and takes turns making statements about things they have never done (e.g., “I never have been to Europe”). If someone in the circle has done the thing that was said, they have to drink. The game continues until everyone is too drunk to continue.
9. Sip Sip Shot
This drinking game is best played with two or more players. To play, each player has a cup of beer and a shot glass in front of them. The first player takes a sip of their beer, then a sip from the shot glass, and then another sip of beer. The next player then does the same thing. The game continues until someone makes a mistake or the beer is finished.
10. Attached at the Hip
This drinking game is best played with two or more players. To play, each player is paired up with another player and they have to stay within arm's reach of each other at all times. If a pair breaks apart, they have to take a drink. The game continues until there are no pairs left or everyone is too drunk to continue.
11. Cup Swap
This drinking game is best played with two or more players. To play, each player has a cup of beer in front of them. The first player takes a drink from their cup, and then swaps it with the cup of the player to their left. In the next round, the next player then does the same thing. The game continues until everyone has had a chance to drink.
12. Where's The Water?
This simple game is all about convincing other people that the clear liquid is actually water and not alcohol. You start by pouring different clear alcoholic drinks (like vodka, or sambuca) into separate shot glasses and then add only water to the rest. The player must then drink a random shot glass and then with their most convincing tone, voice and acting say "Mmm... Water!" Another player has to then guess if its water or not. If the player is wrong they drink a shot if they are right the current player drinks another shot.
13. Ring of Fire / Kings
This drinking game is best played with a group of people. To play, a deck of cards is placed in the middle of the table and the first player starts by drawing a card. Each card has a different rule associated with it, as follows:
- Ace: Make a rule that everyone must follow for the rest of the game
- 2-10: Nothing happens
- Jack: Make a category (e.g., animals) and each player must come up with something that falls into that category
- Queen: Ask a question to the player on your left, who must then answer truthfully.
- King: The player who drew the card pours some of their drink into the middle of the table
The game continues until the last card has been drawn.
14. Game of Thrones
This drinking game is best played while watching the TV show Game of Thrones. To play, everyone playing must drink whenever someone dies, whenever a character says “lord” or “lady”, or whenever someone has died. This games will ensure even the last person will be drunk before the episode is over.
Let's Go Out With A Bang ...
If you’re looking for a fun way to add excitement to your drinking sessions, look no further than our best drinking games. Whether you want something that’s easy to learn or something that will keep you entertained for hours, at DadShop there’s a drinking game on this list that’s perfect for you. Remember, once you are drunk dance like no one is looking! So gather up your friends, take a shot at some drinks, and get ready to have some fun!