Music, Boozing, Dee Jay, Lights and Conversations are good to throw a house party to your friends. But if you want to make it more interesting and cool you can Add Drinking Games to your party to do list. So I have made a list of funny and interesting drinking games which can brighten your party even more.Heres the list of Drinking Games folks
1. Drunk Jenga
Things Needed: Drinks, Jenga
Number of players: 2 or more
Time to play: about 10 minutes
- Two people
- Small groups of friends
- Small groups of strangers
The Jenga drinking game, or drunk Jenga, is one of the best ways to get really drunk, really easily on inexpensive alcohol with your friends. Playing the Jenga drinking game is just like playing regular Jenga, but with drinking involved (duh!).
To play drunk Jenga, take the 54 Jenga blocks and get a sharpie out. You are going to have to pick and write rules on each one of the Jenga tiles. Tip: Write on one of the two large flat sides. There are many possible rules to write, check our list below. Pick the rules you want and use each rule as many times as you’d like.
The game starts by building the tile. Each player then takes a turn by using one hand to remove a tile. If the player successfully removes the tile without knocking over the tile, you must follow the rule of the tile. If the tower falls, the game is over.
Simple game for highly energetic people.
Required supplies: people and beer.
Number of players: 2 or more
BUZZ: Low Buzz Factor
Time to play: about 10 minutes
The first thing to do is for each person to choose a hand gesture that they would like to have represent him/her during the game. Can be simple, polite, or sexually enticing, but it must be SHORT.
Everyone sits in a circle, everyone starts the game by “drumming” their hands on the table or floor or whatever the playing surface may be. During the drumming, someone says “WHAT’S THE NAME OF THE GAME?” everyone responds with “THUMPER!!!” then the leader says “AND WHY DO WE PLAY THE GAME?” responded with “TO GET FUCKED UP!!”
At this point the leader performs his/her own hand gesture, immediately followed by the gesture of any other player. This player then performs his/her own gesture followed by another players, etc.. and so on. When a cue is missed or when someone responds too slowly, the “violator” must drink. This person then is the leader for the next round.
Also be creative with what is said during the drumming, it’s not limited to the above two questions. You could also call a slo-motion or high speed switch at anytime.
The game takes a lot of emotional involvement, good when played when everyones hyper because there’s no where to go, or nothing better to do.
What you Need : Beer and Beer and Alcohol
So this game is easy to understand, when we are drunk its not easy to keep the face straight so this is the challenge of the game. In this one friend will write a difficult and funny sentence on the piece of paper and other friends have to read the sentence with the straight face.The player who giggles or reacts while reading has to drink.
Flip Cup is one of the best drinking game to start a house party.In this guests will divide them into two teams. Both teams stand on opposite sides of the table and keep their cups with drinks at the edge. Everyone must finish their drink and flip the cup with there fingers to the upside-down position before the next member begins. First team to complete this wins.
Things Needed: Drinks and Voice Lol
Players sit in a circle and someone is chosen to go first. The first player says “one”, the next “two”, then “three”, and so on. However, certain numbers must be replaced with the word “buzz”. Numbers you can’t say include:
- Any number which contains the number seven. E.g. 7, 17, 27, etc.
- Any multiple of the number seven. E.g. 7, 14, 21, 28, etc.
- Any double digit number. E.g. 11, 22, 33, etc.
For instance, a game played correctly would follow the sequence: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, “buzz”, 8, 9, 10, “buzz”, 12, 13, “buzz”, 15, 16, “buzz”, 18, 19, 20, “buzz”. When somebody hesitates for too long, or says a disallowed number, everybody in the group must drink a predesignated amount of your choice.
What You need : Beer
Beer Pong is perhaps the greatest drinking game of all time, and thus should be a staple in your pre-drinking routine.There are many different rules available for beer pong, but the following describe the most basic, commonly played version of the game.
2 vs 2 BEER PONG
To play a 2 vs. 2 game of beer pong, set out some plastic pint glasses on either side of the table in a 4-3-2-1 triangular formation. Once in position, each cup must be filled to a reasonable level with beer (or similar). Ideally, you will have 2 Ping-Pong balls – one for each player. Teams stand on each side of the table, each aiming for the opponent’s cups on the other side. Each player in a team takes a shot. If a shot is made, one of the opponents must drink the beer from that cup. If both players make their shot, the Ping-Pong balls are returned and you get another go. If one of the throws is awful and doesn’t even land on the table, the player who made that throw has to drink a few fingers of his/her side drink.
The aim of the game is to wipe out all of the opposing teams cups before they get yours. There are a total of 10 cups on the opponent’s side at the start of the game. Each team is allowed to opt for one re-rack during the game. Re-racks can be taken when either 6 or 4 cups are left remaining. At 6, you can make the opponent re-rack in a 3-2-1 small triangular formation, or you can wait until 4 and opt for an even smaller 1-2-1 diamond shaped formation.
If you successfully take out all of the opposing teams cups, they are allowed one last chance to take a shot on yours. After one last shot each, they have to drink the contents of all of the remaining cups.
Fuzzy Duck is one of those drinking games that sounds simple, but in reality gets a whole lot harder once you’ve had a few beers.
The rules are quite simple. Simply sit in a circle with a group of friends. One person will start the game by “fuzzy duck”. The next person must then say “ducky fuzz”. Players alternatively say these phrases until somebody messes up and has to drink. The game is complicated by the change direction rule. Players may at any point say, “Does he fuck?” to change direction. Play must then continue in the opposite direction. Alternatively, a player can say, “Fuck, he does” to immediately revert to the direction the game was already going in. A player must drink if he/she says the wrong thing, speaks out of turn, or breaks the established rhythm.
So Plan Your House Party and tell us what Drinking game you played.