To play this game at least two players, one of the provided coins, and the provided cups will be needed. Each player should have their own plastic cup filled half way with a beverage of their choice. The coin starts with one of the players. To begin, the player must follow these steps:
- Spin the coin.
- Drink the beverage.
- Fill the cup back up half way.
- Grab the coin before it stops spinning.
The coin is passed to the next player if the steps are completed while the coin is still spinning. If the player does not complete the steps before the coin stops spinning, then they must drink a full cup of the beverage they were using to play.
Every time the coin is passed to a new player the steps are repeated.
To play this game at least 4 people, the 2 provided coins, the 2 provided shot glasses, and 4 of the provided cups are needed. The players must sit in a circle around the table. Place the 4 cups in the middle of the table and fill each half way with a beverage of everyone’s choice. The shot glasses should start with players on opposite ends of the table.
To begin, the players with the shot glasses must attempt to bounce the coin into the shot glass. Once this is completed, the glass and coin is passed to the player to their right. If a player makes the shot on their first try, the glass and coin is passed to the person immediately to the left of the player with the other shot glass.
Whenever a glass passes a player, they player must drink one of the cups from the middle of the table.
Flip, Strip, or Sip
To play this game one of the provided coins, both of the provided shot glasses, and at least 3 people are needed. To begin, one player starts off with the coin. This player starts by flipping the coin and calling heads or tails while the coin is still in the air. If the guess is right, the player can pass the coin to the right. If the player guesses wrong then they must pass the coin to the person on their left and remove an article of clothing or drink a shot. No player can do the same action (strip or sip) twice in a row.
Heads, Tails, and Spin the Coin
At least two players and one of the provided coins will be needed to play this game. To begin, one player flips the coin while the person to their right guesses heads or tails. If the person guesses correctly then they flip it for the next player.
If the person guesses in correctly, then the player that flipped the coin spins the coin on the table. For as long as the coin is spinning, the incorrect guesser must drink. When the coin begins to stop spinning, the player the flipped the coin slaps it down on the table and asks the guesser to once again call heads or tails. If the guesser is correct then they can pick up the coin and flip it for the next player. If the guess is wrong again, then the coin is spun again until they guess correct.
Heads or Tails
At least two players, the provided set of dice, and one of the provided coins are needed to play this game. To begin, one player starts off holding the dice while the person next to them holds the coin. The player with the dice rolls them and calls heads or tails while the other player flips the coin. If the player with the dice is wrong, they must drink the number showing on the dice. If the player with the dice is right, then they can give out the amount drinks on the dice to any player at the table or they can split them amount any of the players.
After each roll is completed, the coin and dice are passed to the next players. Play can continue for as long as everyone keeps interest.
In order to play this game at least 4 people, one of the provided coins, and one of the provided cups will be needed.
Each player should have a beverage of their choice in front of them. To begin, one of the players pours as much of their beverage as they want into the empty cup. The person to their right flips the coin. The pourer must guess heads or tails while the coin is in the air. If the pourer is correct then the glass is passed to the person who flipped the coin and the coin is passed to the person on their right. This process continues until a player guesses incorrectly on the coin toss.
When a player guesses incorrect, they must finish whatever has been poured into the glass. After this player finishes the cup, it is their turn again to pour their beverage into the cup and guess heads or tails. It stays on their turn until they guess correct and can pass the cup.
To play this game the provided coins, shot glasses, and at least 3 people are needed. To begin, one player will take the coin and shot glass and attempt to bounce the coin off of the table into the shot glass. If the player succeeds, then he or she can make any player at the table finish half of their drink. If the player is unsuccessful in their attempt then the shot glass and coin is pass to the next player. For large groups, two shot glasses and coins can be used to allow two players to shoot at once.
Once a player has three successful attempts of shooting the coin into the shot glass they can make a rule.
In order to play this game all that is needed is a party setting and one of the provided coins. To begin, one player starts off holding the coin. The coin holder’s objective is to drop the coin into any players drink. If the coin holder succeeds and gets the coin into a players drink then the player must finish their drink on the spot.
Every player is allowed to block the coin holder from dropping the coin into their cup. In the event that a player blocks the coin holder from dropping the coin into their drink, the coin holder must finish their drink on the spot.
Whenever the coin holder drops the coin into a players drink, they become the new coin holder. The game usually goes on all night until the party ends.
Stop the Coin
To play this game at least 3 people and one of the provided coins will be needed. To begin, one player spins the coin. The person to their right has to keep the coin spinning by flicking it. Once they flick the coin, it is the next persons turn to keep the coin spinning by flicking it and so on around the table.
If the coin stops spinning or tips over during a players turn, the person to their right starts spinning the coin again. For as long as the coin is spinning or until it is their turn again, the player that knocked over the coin must drink.
A player can attempt to stop the coin on their turn by lightly placing their finger tip on top of it while it is spinning. If a player is successful in this attempt and stops the coin without knocking it over, everyone at the table must finish their drink. If the player fails when attempting to stop the coin then they must finish half of their drink.
Two players and the two provided coins are needed to play this game. To begin, the players should sit opposite one another at a table. One player will start off holding the coin behind their back. The player should shuffle the coin around from one hand to the other. The other player has to guess what hand the coin is in. If the player guesses the correct hand, the player holding the coin has to drink and it becomes the next players turn to hold the coin behind their back. If the player guesses wrong, then he or she must drink.
At any time a player can hold both coins (one in each hand) behind their back to ensure that the other player has to drink. However, if the other player guesses that the other person is holding a coin in each hand, the person holding the coins must finish their drink. If a player guesses that the person holding the coin has two coins when in fact they do not, the player must finish their drink.