Hello! If you have landed on this page, I’m sure you just googled “best drinking games for students” or popular online drinking games”. We understand the pain of sitting in a party and getting bored because you’ve run out of some fun activities to do! And we want you to live the best student’s life as you party away to glory. So read along to find some super fun and interesting games that you should play while drinking as you get tipsier by the minute!
International Drinking Rules | Uni Drinking Games
A game that doesn’t require you to stress on focusing upon something ‘organised’. International Drinking Rules is the perfect compromise making it one of the best drinking games for students.
With this game, you simply carry on socialising as normal, but with a few rules to remember – and if you break them, you drink! You can customise them as you wish, but here are the standard rules:
- You can’t swear
- No using the word “drink”
- Remember you cannot call someone by their name
- No pointing out to someone with your finger or thumb
- You can use only use your weaker hand to drink
- You can only place your drinks on the table a little lesser than a thumb’s length from the table’s edge and other players can challenge you if they think their thumb could reach it; whoever loses out has to drink!
- Empty glasses can’t be put down on the table – they have to be refilled, otherwise you’ll land up finding yourself standing with an empty glass throughout (not something you’d want to get into!)
Task Master | Student Drinking Games
Amongst the popular drinking games for students, Task Master would top my list. Why I say so is because your luck decides whether you land up doing the role of a task master or a task doer. This game is usually played in public halls or pubs where there is a decent crowd So here’s how we go about this game:
You first start with a game of rock paper scissors amongst the players and whoever wins first gets to be the task master (see, that’s why I said it’s about luck!). Then the Task Master gets to assign a task to a group member and relate it to someone who’s not involved. Let me clarify it for you with an example: The task master asks you to ask someone from the opposite flat to join your game. There are 3 rules to this –
- If you refuse to do the task, you need to drink your entire drink
- If the task fails (i.e. you give the game away to the person) you drink half your drink
- If the task is a success, everyone else in the group takes a drink, and the role of Task Master is passed onto you.
Note that these uni drinking games can be done even on night outs with a lot of people around and you can keep your hangover morning to discuss your gala nights.
Never Have I Ever | Best Uni Drinking Games
Who hasn’t heard of this classic game? Commonly accepted as one of the best drinking games for students, Never Have I Ever is a game that reveals some interesting (even scandalous) facts about someone. Suppose for example you say “Never Have I Ever pulled all nighter”; anyone in the group who has pulled an all nighter, will have to take a drink and the game goes on turn by turn across the entire circle. A fresher’s favourite choice of student drinking games; the perfect way to get to know someone.
Beer Pong | Fun College Games
Many drinking games for college students do not require actual physical skills unlike beer pong. In this game you set up a table with six plastic cups at each end, arranged in a triangle shape. Fill each cup with beer (or whatever your choice beverage is), but not to the brim, here’s why: there’s a lot of downing involved!
You next split into two teams each standing at either ends of the table. Each team takes a turn trying to throw the ping pong ball into one of the cups at the opposite end of the table. If the ball lands in the cup, one of the members of the opposing team has to drink it. The first side to get rid of all the cups wins.
Have you ever been in a situation where you ran out of drinking games? Amongst the many drinking app games; Picolo comes under one of the most favourite drinking games for students. The Picolo app is free to download but comes only with the basic level. You will have to pay for the other rounds which you might eventually do as the game gets interesting and the alcohol starts to hit you. The app tells you what to do as you pass by each level so install it right away.
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Loose Tongues | Word Drinking Games
If you’re a fast thinker, consider this game as one of your best uni drinking games for students. Take two players, count down from three and show them a playing card. They then have to think of a word that starts with the same letter as the suit of that card. So for example, if you showed them the seven of hearts, they could shout out a word with H as in “Hotdogs”, “House”, “Hammer” and so on. Whoever is the slowest to think of a word loses and has to drink.
Mr And Mrs
This game is usually played at weddings but fits perfectly into the category of best drinking games for students and it is played preferably within your known circle of friends. Take your first pair of people and sit them back to back. You then ask them a series of questions such as “Which of you is the messiest?” and “Which of you is the biggest lightweight?”. If the person thinks it’s them, they raise their glass in the air. If they think it’s the other person, they put their glass towards the floor. If their answers match they win and if not, they are to drink up their glasses!
Drunk Jenga | Best College Drinking Games
Drunk Jenga is like normal Jenga but with funny and crazy challenges written on each of the 54 Jenga blocks. The trick is to pick up one block from the set pile of blocks with one hand and place it on top of the pile. If the stack falls, you chug your drink and pick up two blocks and complete the challenges.
One of the easiest and the simplest of the uni drinking games, each player starts counting a number and says it aloud, except 7 and its multiples, in which case, you say buzz. If you don’t, you drink. Simple!
The group sits in a circle and asks a ‘most likely’ question. For example, “Who would be most likely to fart in front of strangers?” After counting to three, everyone points at a person who they think is most likely to do so. The person who has the maximum number of fingers pointed at them, drinks as many drinks.
- What is the most fun drinking game?
Kings Cup, Never Have I Ever, Drunk Jenga, Thumper, Straight Face and Flip Cup are some of the most fun drinking games.
- What are some good solo drinking games?
Solo Power Hour, Quarters for One, One Person Categories, Edward 40 Hand and Beer Pong Against the Wall and Never Have I Ever with Facebook are some of the good solo drinking games.
- What are the best drinking games to play with two people?
Two Truths and a Lie, Higher or Lower, I’m Going on a Picnic, Truth or Dare and Power Hour are some of the best drinking games to play with two people.
- What is the most popular college drinking game?
Beer Pong is the most popular college drinking game. It is a drinking game in which the players attempt to throw a table tennis ball into cups of beer placed on the opponent team’s side. Whichever cup the ball lands in, the opponent has to drink the contents of that particular cup.
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