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Prison Gang GamevThis weird but awesome drinking game is truly unique. First you print the free game board. Then you scan the QR codes on the board and prisoners tell you what to do. If you answer their questions correctly you move forward on the game board. If you don't you drink (and sometimes have to "toss some prison salads").
You can find the game board at http://www.PrisonGangGame.com
7-11 Doubles7-11-Doubles also known as 'Pound' is a fun simple drinking game. This game is played with anywhere between three to ten players and dice are used to see who will be drinking next. For more details go to http://100colleges.com/711doubles.htm
AvalancheThe game Avalanche is a good game for a college party where you have too many people for many other drinking games but want to get everyone involved. This game can be played with any number of people. More info here... http://100colleges.com/avalanche.htm
Beer DievBeer Die is a popular die drinking game where players compete in teams to land the die in an opponents cup. The game typically consists of two two-player teams with each of the four players having a designated cup on the table. Lean all the rules to this drinking game so you can play this game at your next party.
More details about this game at http://www.100colleges.com/ beer-die.htm
Buzz ShotvWho doesn't love Beer Pong? Well if you like Beer Pong you have to try Buzz Shot. Buzz Shot a fun new drinking game that takes the best from beer pong and mixes in a card game. We have all the details for you on how to play this new game that is sweeping across college campuses. More info about this game here... http://100colleges.com/buzz-shot.htm
CapsvThe drinking game Caps has players throwing bottle caps into a plastic cup across a table. This game is easy to set up and doesn't require much in order to play. It starts off fairly easy to bounce Caps in the cups but everyone loves a good college party game where players skill decreases over time as they get more messed up!
More info here... http://www.100colleges.com/caps.htm