Medium/Average

Games intended to suit the average player.

Roxanne

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Nothing quite like a musical drinking game. 1

Get yourself a copy of the Police's "Roxanne" (originally released on Outlandos D'Amour in 1978), a lot of beer, and plenty of people.

Divide the room in half, one half being "Roxanne," the other half being "Red Light." Play the music. Anytime "Roxanne" is sung, the Roxanne side drinks. Likewise, anytime "red light" is sung, the "red light" side of the room drinks. It's that easy.

Ren and Stimpy

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Although the buzz factor is only low-mid, you'll still have a damn good time playing this one. Either acquire a tape of previous "Ren and Stimpy" episodes or tune in whenever it airs on Nickelodeon. Bring some beer, too.

Consume some beer whenever one of the following happens.

Queens

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Another decent card game with a mid-level buzz factor.
Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards.

Shuffle the deck of cards. Spread them out so that any card can be chosen. Someone, doesn't matter who, goes first by choosing a card. The following tells what action is going to be taken:

Princess Bride, The

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The Princess Bride is a wonderful little fairy tale about a pirate, a prince, the most beautiful woman in the world and True Love. Throw in a Spaniard who's a swordsman (Mandy Patinkin), a giant (Andre the Giant), a Sicilian genius, and a few Miracles (ala' Biily Crystal and Carol Kane) and the stage is set for a great drinking game!

Rhyme

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A drinking game for aspiring poets, well, not really. You'll need people and beer to play, that's it.

Any player can begin the game, all it takes is for the person to say a word, any word. The next player must say another word that rhymes with the previous word. Play ends when a word is repeated or a non-rhyming word is said. The violator then takes a drink. Play begins again with a new word.

Questions

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This is a favorite drinking game, although it's often difficult to find people willing to play it. Mid level buzz factor. Basic supplies only: people and beer.

It starts with a room full of people, the more the merrier. The object is to ask a question when it is your turn, but this is much more difficult than it seems.

Sentences

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Now this is a game that has the potential for some very good humor. All you need to play is people and beer, really, believe me.

The game begins by a player saying a word. The next player must say a word that helps form a sentence from the previous words. The game continues until someone says a word that doesn't make any sense in the sentence, takes too long to think of a word, or is unable to speak due to excessive laughter. The player at fault takes a drink and play begins again with a new word.

Name Game

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Another good "get to know ya'" kind of game. Mid buzz factor. Only the standard supplies are needed: people and beer.

Everybody sits in a circle, (isn't this how most games start?) and someone starts by saying the name of someone famous, or pretty close to being famous as far as those people are concerned.

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