Games intended to suit the average player.


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An adaption of the game Parchesi. If you already know how to play, it's just as easy. If you don't know, learn. Supplies: people how want to play Parchesi, the game itself, and some brew. Low-mid buzz factor.

Play the game as usual, if you get sent back, or cannot move, take a drink. It's that easy. Good with two players, each player taking two sets of pieces on opposite corners.

Beer 99

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An interesting card game involving that "new" math. Mid level buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards.

The object of the game is to play cards into a pile and have the value of the pile equal 99. You start off by dealing four cards to each player, then turn the top card over. Play goes around the circle with each person playing a card, mentally keeping track of total value of the pile.

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Babylon 5

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Babylon 5 was our last, best hope for peace. It failed. But in 1996, the year of the kick-butt writing and an immense rise in acting quality, it became something greater: our last, best hope for getting blind, stinking blotto.


The Babylon 5 Drinking Game version 3.1


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From: "Michael Auge" 
Subject: Agony

Here is a game that me and some of my friends (Troy, Sips, Joel) came up with. It is a variation of quarters that we call AGONY. To play you need a quarter, a shot glass, a deck of cards, a bottle of hard liquor (the more disgusting the better) and each player needs a drink. The basic rules of quarters apply:

You bounce the quarter off the table and you get it in the shot glass you get to give away a certain number of drinks.


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