Don’t worry, there are a lot of fun drinking games out there to explore, their rules in place that will definitely act as a stimulant for having a fantastic night. Your tryst with drinking games starts at University night outs. There are vast list of games which would engage you by testing your endurance, speed, tactics and logic. Out of those the most intriguing, silly, funniest and above all simple must try are
Revolving ping pong
Bite the bag
Players write sentences on chits of paper. Kind of sentences that are ridiculous and illogical; ones that anyone would fumble to read (or hear) while keeping a straight face. Each player will choose a slip of paper, one at a time and try to read whatever is written on it without giggling or show a smile. They have to drink, if they fail.
Pass the Ping Pong
All the participants go around a table-tennis table taking turns serving the ball. One person serves it, and then quickly passes their paddle off to the person beside them (so they’re ready to go when the ball comes back over). Meanwhile, the same pass-off is occurring on the other side of the table. If you are sober, this chain of serving would keep going, but in reality. A lot of people are going to mess up. Every time someone does, they have to take a drink.
Two cups for each player are needed, one that’s full of some sort of alcoholic beverage and one that’s empty and a spoon. Each participant has one minute to transfer as much of the drink as possible from one cup to the other using a spoon. After the minute is up, you have to drink whatever is remaining in the original cup.
Bite the bag
Participants have to stand in a circle around a bag which is placed on the ground. With their mouth, one by one, each player has to lean over and pick up the bag. You must not use your hands in any way, for balancing purposes. If you can’t pick up the bag, you have to take a shot. After everyone makes an attempt, you proceed to second round. Someone snips an inch off the top of the bag and each player tries again. Third round, another inch is trimmed off. Fourth round you get to understand. This keeps going and going until all that’s left of the bag is the bottom piece.
Being bad at drawing will get you drunk in this version of Pictionary. Players take version in keeping the time and being the artist. Each round begins with the timekeeper whispering a word to the artist and starts the clock. As the artist draws the word on a large pad of paper, the rest of the players will guess what the picture looks like and shout out. If a player guesses correctly, timekeeper looks at how many seconds have passed. Every artist has to take a drink for every 30 seconds that went by before someone figured out what they were drawing. If the artwork is so incomprehensible that the group just gives up trying to figure out, the artist has to take a drink.