20 Amazing Drinking Games For Two or More Persons

Amazing Drinking Games.

You are planning a fun weekend with a friend? Or you just want to have fun alongside some drinks with a special person? There are a few drinking games we will recommend to guarantee you a swell moment.

Drinking games are refreshing, hilarious and can get you laughing your ribs out. So here are top drinking games for two we recommend you try out.



This is a hilariously funny drinking game to watch. Place a brown paper bag on the floor.

A player must reach down and pick it up with their mouth. The only thing that is allowed to touch the floor is your feet, and the only thing that is allowed to touch the bag is your mouth. If someone fails they must take a shot or chug a beer.

After every round, cut off an inch from the top of the bag and play again. This game is like limbo in reverse. How low can you go?


This is a really hilarious drinking game. You two around the table, make a circle, 20 shots of alcohol at the middle of the table. Everyone puts their heads down and on the count of three looks up at another player.

If two people find that they are looking at each other then they both must yell “ Medusa” and race to down a shot first. The last to finish their shot must take two. If more than one pair yells medusa, that’s fine. The same rules apply; the last of the four to finish their shot must drink two shots.

Keep playing until there are no more shots. Then play again if you want. This game is best if you have six or more players.


This party drinking game is HILARIOUSLY FUN! Fill a bunch of baby bottles (enough for each player) with your choice of alcohol. At the start of the go, everyone must suck the baby bottle empty.

The first one done is the official best sucker! And may doll out three shots however they like. The last person who finishes must take three shots themselves.

Nipples come in different size holes so make sure you get them all the same and don’t get the newborn ones or it will take too long. Don’t worry the packages show the nipple sizes on the box.

Amazing Drinking Games


This game is like the upgraded version of Duck Duck Goose. A circle is made and one player goes around bopping people on the head, telling them to “sip.”

Each bopped person takes a sip of their drink until the Bopper chooses, someone, to say “shot” too. The shot person has to leap up, chase the Bopper around the circle, and try to tag them.

If they succeed, they take over as Bopper; if they don’t win, they have to take a shot.


Put a bag on the ground and have everyone stand in a circle around it. One by one, each player has to lean over and pick up the bag using its mouth. You can *not* use your hands in any way (for grabbing the bag or for balancing purposes). If you can’t pick up the bag, you have to drink.

After everyone makes an attempt, it’s on to round two! Someone snips an inch off the top of the bag and each player tries again. Round three? Another inch is trimmed off. Round four? You get the picture. This keeps going and going until all that’s left of the bag is the very bottom.


This is a really excellent game for a house party –a good starter game. There are two teams competing against each other. Both teams stand on opposite sides of the table and keep their cups with drinks at the edge.

Everyone must finish their drink and flip the cup with their fingers to the upside-down position before the next member begins. The first team to complete this wins.


The aim of this game is to avoid saying ‘twenty-one’.

To begin the first player proposes a game, specifies the initial direction of play, and starts by saying ‘one’. For example, ‘I propose a game of twenty plus one, to my right, one’ (the phrase ‘twenty-plus one’ is used to avoid saying ‘twenty-one’).

In this example, the player to their right would then say ‘two’, the player to the right of them would say ‘three’, and so on until a player has to say ‘twenty-one’. However, instead of just counting up by a single number a player may choose to count up by two or three numbers.

If a player counts up by two numbers (e.g. ‘three, four’) they switch the direction of play. If a player counts up by three numbers (e.g. ‘three, four, five’) then play skips the next player. In addition to this, it is forbidden to ‘double a double’ (count up two numbers when the player before you also counted up two numbers) or ‘triple a triple’ (count up three numbers when the player before you also counted up three numbers).


This is perhaps the most extreme drinking game, but it’s an absolute blast. This game is played by a person having a 40-ounce bottle of beer duct-taped to each hand. The individual may not have their hand freed until they finish the beer in the corresponding bottle.

Some groups choose to play with a timer set for a few hours. When the timer goes off, anyone who still has a beer in their bottle has to either pour it over themselves or complete a dare.


The game starts with all players writing random sentences on small sheets of paper.

The idea is that the sentences should be crazy ridiculous or inappropriate. The sentence should be difficult to read but anyone would struggle to read (or hear) while keeping a straight face.

One at a time, each player will choose a slip of paper and attempt to read whatever is written on it without giggling or cracking a smile. If they fail, they have to drink.


It’s a hilarious game to play with a partner.

So, you scribble body parts on pieces of paper and put them together. It’s played by picking two chits.

They have to make sure that the body parts mentioned in the chits touch each other or are ‘attached’ for as long as they can. Every time someone separates, they take a shot.


The name gives away 80% percent of what the game is about.

The game is played looking into each other’s eyes.  The first one to go will claim three points about himself.  Out of these three, one will be a lie while the other two would be the truths about his life.

The other person has to guess the wrong statement out of the three statements that he had made. It is imperative to sit in front of each other so facial expressions can help the opponent in guessing out the answer. The player who says the wrong ‘lie’ will have to drink from his cup.


The rules for this fun drinking game are extremely simple. Players have to sit in a circle. One of the players gets to say “fuzzy duck”.

The next player will then say “ducky fuzz”. The game goes on till someone flops and he/she has no choice but to drink.


This game gets a little messy as it goes on. One of the players is directed to bring beer cans equivalent to the number of people present in the game.

This player will go to another room and shake a can of beer and come back and hand it over to all other players. Upon opening, whosoever gets sprayed will have to chug down during the entire game.

There are many variations to this game, but this is the most commonly played one.


A cup is placed in the center of the table and to make things complex, it can be elevated with the help of another cup below it. The elevated cup is filled with beer until the top.

Now the same amount of approximately ¼ or ½ is filled in the players’ cups, and these are placed around the center table cup.


It’s a very hilarious game and someone might eventually get drunk in the process.

Both players are sited in a relaxed position. The first player says the name of a famous person, for example, Tom Cruise.

The next person has to come up with a person whose name starts off with the same alphabet as that of the last name of the previous person, for example, Catherine Zeta-Jones. Players have to drink constantly while thinking of a name, and if they are unable to come up with a new name, or they say a name that has already been said in that round, then they lose the game. If the drink is finished while the player is still in the thinking process, then the play automatically passes to the next player.


It’s one of the best drinking games intended for a group of friends, but can be played by two people. Drunk Jenga is a classic board game that promises to liven up the gathering.

Generally, the game has no rule, the instructions are made as the game goes by.

One box of Jenga blocks is pulled out and a bunch of different rules is written on them. Rules can vary wildly such as “sing a song for 2 mins”, “take off your clothes” or “dance whenever asked to”. The more creative the players get, the more fun this game gets.


If you want a dice drinking game that is simple and easy, invest in a pre-made set of dice made specifically for drinking games.

The dice will have different instructions, depending on what side you roll. Examples of instructions might be to finish your drink or assign another player a dare.

There are different pre-made dice games available for different types of parties, including football parties, bachelorette parties and more.


This game is played with cards. One player assumes the position of the dealer. The dealer gives each player four cards, which are placed face-up in front of them.

The dealer then draws a card from the deck and whoever has the card must take a drink. If they have multiples of that card, they must take as many drinks as they have cards. The dealer repeats this; however, with each new round, the amount of drinks one has to take for the card doubles.

After the fourth round, the dealer draws a fifth card, laying it on top of the previous card. Any player who has that combination of cards may give away four total drinks.


To have a Power Hour, you will need to find a Power Hour mix. Many are available free on YouTube or can be downloaded. A Power Hour mix is typically an hour to two hours long and will contain many songs in 30-second increments.

When the song is switched, everyone gets to drink. Everyone is encouraged to dance to the songs in between drinks. This is a popular choice for those who are “pre-gaming” and want to get a slight buzz going before they head out to their destination for the evening.


Drink-A-Palooza is a board game that encapsulates a lot of different fun games.

Drink-A-Palooza also helps a get together not become stale since the drinking challenges are constantly changing.

Drinking games included here are beer pong, quarters, make a rule, kings cup, flip cup, socials, waterfalls, high/low, steal a bottle, drunk tank, booze your turn, and pour in drink cup.

This is an easy way to get all the classics in one box.

Life is short, have fun as long as you don’t get knocked out in the process.

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