Board

A board game is a game in which counters or pieces that are placed on, removed from, or moved across a "board" (a premarked surface usually specific to that game). Most board games become drinking games with minimal manipulation.

Ship

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The rules of Battleship according to Zeta Psi.

This game is played with four people (two teams of two players). See the variations for similar games involving more players.

Materials: pong table, thirty 12 ounce cups of beer, pong paddles, a considerable tolerance.

Scrabble

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To: drink@slashpalace.org
From: Jim Olick <joli5019@uriacc.uri.edu>
Subject: drinking game

I've got a good one for you to add to your list, called scribble. (Editor's note: I just called it scrabble.) All you need is a scrabble board game, beer (mixed drinks if you're psycho), and at least four people. You can have less people if you are, again, really nuts. u Use the general rules of scrabble but instead of keeping score by points, give out drinks, one drink for each point(well thought out words are recommended).

Mille Bournes

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This game was created by Barry and Shari

First, get a Mille Bournes card game from wherever you like to buy your toys. There are Mille Bornes games for the computer, but not everyone likes to play a drinking game with the computer. I do, and Barry might - I'll have to ask him, but some people don't. The best Mille Bornes game I have ever seen is one made for the PC (DOS - but very graphical) by Richard Tom. If you can find a copy then I heartily encourage you to try it (and register).

Dominoes

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Another straightforward and simple game. If you know how to play Dominoes, and if you know how to drink, then this games will come easy. Grab a partner or a few, a box of dominoes, and some beer.

Play your average game of dominoes following rules on the box. Everytime a player plays a domino, the other player(s) drink(s). For every domino a player has to pull from the pile to be able to play, they drink. It's all that simple.

Chutes and Ladders

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Go out and buy the childrens' board game.

Modify the rules as such:

Whenever you go UP a ladder, count the number of squares OVER and UP that you are propelled, and distribute that many drinks among your opponents. (eg. 4 over and 3 up---7 drinks: 2 to person A, 3 to B, 2 to C, for ex.).

Whenever you go DOWN a chute, count the number of squares OVER and DOWN that you are propelled, and drink that many YOURSELF. For computer geeks, just tell them to count the Hamming distance.

If, when you spin the 'spinner', and it comes up a tie (i.e. it doesn't

Checkers

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Nothing quite like a drinking game based on games we grew up on. The normal supplies are needed: Beer and people. But you will also need a checker- board (or something similar), and instead of checkers, lots of small glasses, such as a shot glass. The glasses should be of two different types, one for each player.

Set up the board normally, and fill the glasses with beer or some other mixed drink. Straight shots will cause death.

Play the game as you normally would, except that you have only five

Cardinal

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Editor's note: See the bottom of this page for an explanation of why I include this supposedly sacred game.


From: MLaF23@aol.com
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Drinking game

Maybe you've got this one but I didn't see it in the list. Maybe it's under another name. Anyways...

The game is Cardinal. It's not really a game. Just a way to fuck the newbie. Lots of fun! You get a tall cup. Like the ones from McDonald's (Super Size). Fill it with beer and give it to the victim. He must sit in a chair and go

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