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Card Free Drinking Games to Add Fun to Your Party The experience of having a house party can be a very exciting one, especially if you know how to invent your own creativity of fun. There is a long list of games that can provide you fun moments and still make you drunk too. Drinking games as they are, give players the joy of getting drunk in a whole fun manner with friends and not simply for the intention of competing with each other. This article focuses on the type of games that do not necessarily require the use of cards just so that you can play. The Power Hour game is all about drinking. It bears no special rules. The basic idea behind it is to take a single shot of beer every minute and do it for a whole hour. This is not an easy a task as it seems to appear. This only means that one must take a total of sixty shots of beer within an hour. The Edward Forty Hands is another fun drinking game. All that is needed to make it a success playing this game is a duct tape and two players with two 40’s of beer in their possession. Each player is wrapped with a beer in their hands in a way that they cannot be able to escape the trap until the very moment when the beer when bottle is completely consumed. It is not until when the game is done with that players are freed to the bathroom, receive calls and continue other activities. The reasoning behind this is just for players to have lots of enjoyment and alcohol consumption.
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The Flip, Sip, or Strip is yet another fun drinking game. The game commences when a player flips a coin into the air. The game starts by flipping a coin up in the air. While it is still up, you are supposed to call out the names ‘head’ or ‘tail’ and if the coin comes back and your guess is right, you move the coin to your right hand. If your guess is same as that of the coin then you are required to shift the coin into your right hand. The player can then either strip off a piece of their clothing or take a single beer shot.
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The Quarter game is played with 3-6 players who surround a table. In order to get the person who will make the first move, you will have to spin the quarter. As soon as the nose of the quarter points at an individual then the game begins. The shooter struggles to bounce a quarter off the table and into the glass. If successful, the shooter decides on any player to drink of a debatable alcohol quantity. If not successful, the turn of the player is ended and the game moves on to the next player.