Top 15 Best Drinking Games for Adults
Nothing turns up a drinking party more than well-crafted card drinking games. We all have party issues, the booze is too strong, there is no food, I can’t make friends, and so on.
The good thing is, you don’t need anything more than a drinking game to turn up your party identity. If you think making friends at a party is difficult, these games will act as your wingman so to speak.
Even if you are already enjoying the party, card drinking games will turn your ordinary buzz into a fancy tickling booze-fest. Drinking games can be played by anywhere between 2 and 40 people, with large groups being split into smaller ones. Before embarking on a game, ensure you have the right material required for the game
Let's dive in and see what works best with your evening before your beer stops fizzing, shall we?
Kenya is a working nation and equally a drinking nation. In most cases Friday nights are characterized with numerous parties that sometimes run from Thursday evening. To enjoy you drinking time with your buddies it is important that you engage in drinking games.
The following are our suggestions of drinking games small groups and even for larger groups. Shall we play? I hope we won’t be too drunk to enjoy the fun. Here are the games.
Common drinking games cards for 2
They include the following; Lose Flip, Sip, or Strip Ping Pong, Power Hour, Edward 40 Hands and Drinkuisition.
Drinking Games for 3
Most games for groups can also be played by 3 people Happy are Ninja Star Drink, Fun Time, Card of Lies, Darth and Card Master.
Drinking Games for small group
They include; Night at the round table, Fubar, California Kings, Screw Your Neighbor, Sloppy Hockey and Boxing.
By the way; binge drinking can lead to excessive fun, please drink for increased pleasure.
Types of drinking games
Drinking Games with Cards
Fubar happens to be the most popular card game. This game happens to have given a quantity of liquor to almost every card in the deck. When playing Fubar, a player randomly spreads the cards on a table, and the players take turns picking a card and showing it to the rest.
The player must then do what the rules state for that card. Fubar rules include; questions to a random person. The person should answer with a question and pass it on to another person until one person screws up, probably by giving an answer rather than passing on a question. That person must take a drink.
To make the game more interesting, try to mark eye interaction while requesting a query. Give drinks after you have asked the queries. The “I never game”- Say somewhat you ought to not ever do otherwise, take a drink.
Thumbmaster – The person immediately puts down their thumb on the table and the rest must do the same as fast as possible, with the final person being the one to take the drink. Until another 7 is picked, the thumbmaster can randomly place his thumb and the process repeated.
Categories – The person selecting this card proposes a category of items and each person in the game must name a kind. For example: “Beer”- Heineken, Bud light, et cetera. The “rhyming game”- The person names a word and the others must give a rhyming word. For example, work, truck, buck, et cetera. Social – Everyone drinks Jack: All the guys in the group must drink Queen:
All the guys in the group must drink King: The Waterfall – This one will guarantee a waterfall of beer down people's throats. Everybody gets hold of their beers and begin to drink.
With the card picker being the first, the second person cannot stop until the first person stops while the third person cannot stop until the second person stops. If the first person is an expert, then the rest might suffer a bit.
Everyone initiates to gulp and one cannot halt till the individual on the on the other side stops. The person who drew the card should be the first to stop. Thumb Master – Same as in Fubar.
In this game, the thumbmaster only happens once. Rhyme Similar to Fubar’s. Category- Similar to Fubar’s. Jack – Guys drink. Queen Ladies drink. King. The drawer of the card can create a set of rules which when broken, the person in charge must drink.
The game has hockey-like rules, hence the name. Remove Aces, twos and sevens from the deck. The dealer will draw out a first card as the opponents and the second card as his own.
These two cards will be placed as the goaltenders. The dealer will then place these two cards as the defense-men. The dealer deals the third and last cards to act as forwards. The Aces, 2s and 7s are then returned back to the deck. Sloppy Hockey drinking card games rules are easy to follow too.
Night at the Drinking Table
This drinking game is best enjoyed with a group of 4-10 players. Drinks are filled in 20 cups and set around the edges of a round table. Going round the table counterclockwise, a player draws out a card.
The following rules apply: If you draw out a number, walk around the table to the right and drink the next drink you will find. If you draw out a face, the following rules apply: Jack: Everyone takes the drink in front of them.
Queen: Shuffle up the circle and each player drinks what is in front of them. King: Switch two drinks on the table and each person must drink what is in front of them. Ace: Players take all the drinks from the table and decide who will drink what. Joker:
The drawer of this card must drink all the drinks remaining on the table. When the deck or the liquor is empty, the game ends.
Happy Ninja Star Drink Fun
This card drinking game involves trying to throw a card like a ninja star and making it land face up. If the player is successful the player to the right must throw a card face up. If they fail, they must drink half the value of the previous card, provided it was less than. Certain special rules apply: Jack: Everyone drinks Queen: Thumbmaster. - Similar to Fubar’s. King: Waterfall - Similar to Fubar’s. Ace: Create a special rule for the game.
Card of Lies
In card of lies, you are free to lie about your cards. The game involves dealing with 3 cards to players and the players take turns guessing which card you have. If a player gets it right, you drink.
If they are wrong, they drink. If nobody gets it right in the same round, everyone drinks and you put the card down and pick another. At the end of the round, you show the card to everyone and if you fooled them, you pick a card. The person with the most cards wins.
Darth Card Master
This popular drinking card game tests the ability of players to hit a target with cards. It is best enjoyed if everyone is an amateur at throwing cards. Everyone throws a card but whoever throws a card furthest takes a sip.
If a player hits the target, the rest drink his drink. If two cards hit mid-air, the rest of the players drink the drinks of the two players who threw the cards. You may feel free to add your own rules.
Players: upto 6 Difficulty: Medium Type: Social You need three different decks: main, trivia, and common knowledge. This card drinking game uses the California Kings card rules.
Screw Your Neighbor Read
One of the amazing drinking games 3 people can play is the Screw your neighbor game. And yes as its name suggests you must screw your neighbor to win. Players: 3 and above Difficulty: Easy.
Like most card drinking game, you will need luck and a little logic. Each person in the game is dealt a card and the remaining stack kept at the middle of the table. The individual to the other side of the broker goes first.
They must either hold on to their card or make a blind swap with the player to the left. This is called trading. The goal is to be left with the lowest card at the end of the game, in which case you have to take a drink.
Aces are considered the lowest cards. Once the person playing forces you to a trade, you can opt out only if you have a Kings in which case you show it off. Since the dealer is the last to play, he may switch his card with the one at the top of the deck.
Lose is a common drinking games for two played by arranging 5 cards in an L shape. The corner card is face down while the others are face up. The goal of this game is to have the player get out of the L. The player starts by guessing whether the card is red or white. If correct, they move to the next card in the L, if wrong, they must take a drink and start again. This facedown card is known as a speed bump that gets in the way to you getting out of the L. Once the player has cleared all the cards, they are out of the L and another player takes over.
If you are up for a drinking games party then Pyramid is your thing. Players sit around a table and the dealer of cards arranges the cards face down in a pyramid fashion following a 6-5-4-3-2-1 pyramid arrangement (the bottom row has 6 cards while the top has one).
The player then deals each player 4 cards face down. The players are given time to memorize which cards they have and in what order, after which they are not to look again.
Each card in the pyramid begins to be flipped over row by row and the person who flips a card has the liberty of assigning drink to the others either based on them having the card the flipped or bluff.
If assigned a drink, one must drink the number of drinks equivalent to the number of cards in the row. If the person assigned calls a bluff, the player must show off the card with a single selection. If the bluff is true or if the bluff called was false, the player or caller of bluff must drink twice the number of cards in the row.
Other Exciting Drinking Games
Flip, Sip, or Strip
This exciting drinking game will leave you either more drunk or less dressed. The guidelines are modest. Dismiss a penny, and whereas it is midair, request one or the other, heads or tails. When you are correct, then you are safe and you permit the penny to the other person.
When you are incorrect, you must permit the penny to the other side and do one or the other of these two, drink, or take an item you are wearing off. If you get the call wrong twice in a row, you can not do the similar thing. This game is best enjoyed in groups of 3-5 people and larger groups cause the game to last longer.
You must prepare to receive punches before you play this 4-persons drinking game. You need a stopwatch, 2 dice, 2 shot glasses, beer, and boxing gloves. 2 of the four sit at opposite ends of a table and the rest hold the stopwatches.
The two players roll a dice and the one who receives the least number takes a blow, and then drinks a shot. The people timing then refill the shot. A game can last 3 minutes and have a 30second break between rounds. It stops when a person blacks out or pukes.
Edward 40 Hands
The purpose of this game is to sort wit players drink a lot of drinks and as profligate as possible. The player must use duct tape to glue two bottles of beer to each hand. Until they finish this beer they are unable to use their hands to piss or answer a cellphone.
Two Players play the ping pong. This will contain a bowling ball and 12 beer bottles. The lenses are set in sixes, at two ends of a table with each team alongside them. Every team member takes turns to toss the ball into opponent cups.
Each time the losing party has to get their beer down and rearrange their cups of beverages more closely, as the ball goes into a cup. The better side is the one that lets all of the beverages fall to the foe.
And at the close of the match will the winning side consume that very remainder of the defending champion's bottle. There you have it, the next time you and your drinking buddies meet for drink let the fun of the night not only be your booze but also the games.
Most of drinking games rules are easy to follow and guarantee maximum fun if followed. Try out these simple drinking card games however ensure you remain cautious and do not get involved in destructive activities. Remember the fun in these games can only be as good as your safety.
Never Have I Ever
Never Have I Ever is a good series for your buddies to realize their secret information! You must share with you someone you have never completed before, and bring those with a sip of your beverage.
For example, if I claim, "I've never been imprisoned," even those in the party who were being detained would get a beer. The intention here is to reveal their humiliating tales to your friends so be careful what you have done!
Drunken Jenga is just of a normal Jenga, but on one of the 54 Jenga bricks of funny and crazy obstacles. The trick is to take one block with one side from the fixed block array, and put it over the other. As the stack drops you guzzle your drink, and then pick up 2 layers to complete the activities.
It's a quick , easy game when people begin to sleep! All you need to do is go around a circle, and pick up your own movement. You can either choose a winning flag, or you can let the imagination run wild.
Everyone thumps at the table, and the game starts. You start your hand’s action and then you do another's action, while the others are thumping on. Now the one whose hand action is over continues his behavior, and the one that he wants to transform next. Someone can screw up, or drink too much for an answer.
You could also build a sound to make the game more fun for everyone, to do the action To music. Go for it, huh?