A quick and easy game for three or more players that involves making ridiculous animal noises. Great for when you don't have a pack of cards to hand.
A boozy spin on the childhood classic, with the ships replaced by shot glasses. This is a great head-to-head game for two players.
A classic drinking game for two teams where players try to throw a ping-pong ball into one of the opposing team's cups. Popular at University socials.
An awesome team drinking game where the winning team is the one that downs their drinks the fastest. Popular at University socials.
A great drinking game for the gamblers among us - each player sticks a playing card to their head and bets drinks on whether it's higher than their opponent's.
Players have 100 minutes to drink 100 shots of beer. Take the challenge and earn the title of Centurion with this classic endurance drinking game.
A quick and easy drinking game twist on the classic card game - at the end of each round the player with the lowest card has to drink.
The most dishonest drinking game of them all - you can't win without cheating, but don't get caught or you'll have to drink.
Ten cards are dealt face-down in a line - players must cross from one side to the other without turning over a face card or they'll have to drink.
A drinking game version of the classic card game which is likely to get messy. Try to win early else the more drunk you get the slower you'll react.
A tense drinking game where a row of shots are lined up and players take turns drawing a card. Get unlucky and you'll have to drink a shot.
A popular drinking game at University socials - everyone shows an open hand or closed fist, and players must guess the total number of outstretched fingers.
Players take it in turns to be the dealer in a type of Higher or Lower game - but as the game goes on it gets easier and easier to 'Fuck the Dealer'.
A popular game at University socials - players take it in turns to say 'Fuzzy Duck' or 'Ducky Fuzz' depending on the situation. If you mess up you drink.
A good quick and easy drinking game - guess whether the next card will be higher or lower than the one you've been dealt. Get it wrong and you drink.
A great drinking game for large groups - the four Aces race along a line of face-down cards, with players betting on which suit will win.
A popular drinking game at University socials - players say 'Whizz', 'Bounce' or 'Boing' to throw an invisible ball. Don't drop the ball or you have to drink.
A popular game with students (especially freshers) - players take it in turns to say something they've never done, and anyone who has done it must drink.
A pyramid of face-down cards is laid out - players must get from the bottom of the pyramid to the top without turning over a face card or they have to drink.
A diamond of face-down cards is laid out - players must 'ride the bus' from one side to the other without turning over a face card or they have to drink.
Every student's favourite drinking game - each card has a different rule and the unlucky person who draws the fourth King has to see away the dirty pint.
A funny drinking game with no setup required - players make up a sentence between them by taking it in turns to say a word. If you mess up you have to drink.
Players bash out a drum beat while taking it in turns to name something from a specified category. If you lose rhythm or hesitate too long you have to drink.
A category is chosen and players take it in turns to name something from that category which starts with the next letter of the alphabet.
A quick and easy drinking game - players take it in turns to name a celebrity whose first name starts with the same letter as the previous celebrity's surname.
In this drinking game one player is The Dealer, who must discreetly wink at another player without being caught by The Fuzz.
In each round one lucky player becomes The Dictator - this grants them the power to make rules which decide who drinks and who doesn't.
Each player has the name of a person stuck to their forehead and must guess who they are by asking yes or no questions, drinking every time the answer is 'no'.
Players pass a random object between themselves whilst trying to remember the order in which it went round. Anyone who messes up has to drink.
A chilled out drinking game to play when watching TV - each player sticks a paper moustache to the TV and drinks when it lines up with someone's face.
Popular at University socials - players count up to 21 by saying between one and three numbers at a time, and whoever gets to 21 has to down their drink.
Popular at University socials - everyone chooses a name for themself and a chant is started. Play passes to someone when the active player calls out their name.
A great game to play at Freshers - players take turns to pose a 'Would you rather?' question and everyone who votes for the less popular option has to drink.