In this new you will find a list of all those dice games with which you can have fun while you drink. Find the most popular dice games.
1 dice and 3 players. Each player rolls a die in turn. The first who gets a 6 says the name of the drink. The second to get a 6 drinks it. The third must pay!
2. Eat The Turnbuckle
1 deck of cards, 2 dice, Beer and 4 - 8 players. Start by passing out all of the cards to every participant. Numbered card are worth their face value in drinks. Jacks are worth 11 and Queens are worth 12. Kings and Aces are considered cover cards.
Players take turns rolling two dice. If a 6 is rolled and you have two 6's in your hand, you can split them up between two players or place them both in front of one player. The players who have a card or cards placed in front of them must drink that number. (i.e. Two 6's equals twelve drinks). NOTE - If a player has four cards with the same number laid in front of them they must drink time and a half (four 6's equals thirty six drinks).
The game finishes when all twelve numbers have been shown so no one has any more cards in their hand. When a number is rolled twice, then whoever has that number's card(s) in front of them must drink the appropriate amount.
If a player has a King or an Ace, they can use them to cover one card in front of them for each King or Ace they have, but they will always have to drink for the first time a card is laid in front of them even if they will cover the card later. You cannot move a cover card after it has been used so be careful in choosing which cards to cover. Trick: if you have all four cards of the same number laid in front of you, use a cover card to cover one of them and you will half the number of drinks that you have to take everytime that number is shown. Eating the turnbuckle happens when a player has all four Queen's in front of him. That goes up to seventy two drinks.
2 dice and 2 or more players. The player rolls two dice. You drink a big gulp of beer if the numbers add up to six (i.e. 2-4, 5-1) or if one of the dices shows a 6 (i.e. 6-1, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 6-5). When you get double 2s, 4s or 5s then you must drink that number of gulps of beer (You can modify this to just one "gulp" on doubles). If you roll double 3s you are penalized twice, for getting doubles and adding up to six. Thus four "good" gulps (or 2 if you play the modified rules). Double 1s and double 6s make you drink a shot of your favourite drink. You keep playing until you get something that does not make you drink (i.e. 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 2-3, 2-5, 3-4, 3-5, 4-5). If you throw the dices out of the table you also must drink a gulp of beer. After achieving the above, the next player now takes his turn.
1 cup, 2 dice and 2 or more players. Everyone at the table has their own drink. You must shake two dice in the cup, slam it on the table and have a look under the cup, but don't let anyone else see them. Then announce what you have.
If your roll does not match or beat the previous roll then you must drink. You may lie in order to avoid drinking. However, the one who rolled before you has the ability to call your bluff. If he is right, you must drink. If he is wrong, then that player drinks.
Play then moves on to the next person.Rolls are based on the two digit number they form when placed together (ex. a 4 and a 5 would be "54") or if you get doubles the value is one die times a hundred (ex. double 3 would mean "300").
There are also some other special rules for this game:
"32" is a "social" and everybody drinks. "31" is a "reverse" and play goes back the other way around the table. "21" (a 2 and a 1) is called a "Mexicali" and beats all other rolls (including double 6, or "600"). "Reverse" and "social" both cancel out the previous roll so you don't have to worry about beating the previous guy's score. If you are caught bluffing a Mexicali you will have to drink the whole drink as quick as possible.
4 shot glasses, 1 quarter and 4 or more players. Fill four shot glasses with beer or similar beverage. Set them up in a row going away from home base (the designated shooting place for the quarter). Each player on the visiting team takes turns shooting the coin at the shot glasses. The first glass represents a single, the second a double, the third a triple, and the last a home run. Three strikes (misses of all shot glasses) send you out. Three outs and it will be the other team's turn. The game scores as regular baseball (except that you have to keep track of the runners on base in your head). If a player puts the quarter into a shot glass (gets a hit) then he must drink the contents of the glasses behind the one he made. For example, if he hits a double, he must drink the remaining two shot glasses full of beer. If he gets an out, he must drink all four. The opposite team will drink for each run the other team scores.
2. Ice tray quarters
1 ice tray, 1 coin, Beer and 2 or more players. You are shooting the quarter into an ice tray. The right side of the tray is the "give" side and the left side is the "take" side. The player will give/take drinks depending on how far away the hole is. One drink for the hole closest to you and then one more for each one further away. You shoot until you miss or hit the "take" side and must drink yourself.