Games intended to suit the average player.
Subject: Two games. Date: Tue, 27 Oct 98 14:15:56 +1000 From: "Michael F. Tomkins" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"Fast game is a good game, the name of the game is zoom, ball is in the court of brother/sister [name]" and the starter zooms the ball to the person named.
Nothing quite like a game where you must use these three words. The play is very very similar to "Bouncing Ball." This game is best played among people who know each other well enough to get away with calling them names.
This is the same as Bouncing Ball, but with many improvements.
You play sitting in a circle, everyone putting their hands into the middle of the circle and shaking them like a nervous person, or someone experiencing a crack overdose. The leader then says "Hands in the middle, The name of the game is whiz boing bounce, to my (left/right) WHIZ."
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 1999 22:08:07 -0500 From: John Mondelli <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Where is baseball
You can play with 2-4 people.
Two people is considered singles.
Four is teams.
After deciding the order of singles or team play( who goes first or second usually decided by a bullseye shot), the game goes as follows.
- Trivial Pursuit game
- two or more people
Basically, play goes as normal. The only new rule is that, if you get a regular question wrong, you (and your partner(s), if playing teams.) drink once.
This is a very simple game to play. It is best played with a group
of 3-6 players.
Necessary equipment: deck of cards, people and beer.
The deal alternates clockwise. All of the cards are dealt out face down to each player. The players should make sure to keep their hand hidden from the other players.
From: Brewski78 <Brewski78@aol.com> To: email@example.com Subject: drinking game
You're missing a good one! Watch the movie top gun, and every time a call sign is said, for example: Maverick, Cougar, IceMan, then take a drink. This happens a lot and you get a good buzz going on.
A team stands at each end of a ping pong table with each person's cup full 'o beer on the table in front of them. Teams usually are two or three.
The cup must not be closer than the distance from the tip of your thumb to the tip of your pinky (fingers spread wide) from the edge of the table.
With ping pong ball in hand, each player (one at a time) tries to throw the ball into any opposing players' cup. Players can lean over the table as far as they can to close the distance.