Some people call this game r.a.p.e. but it's just a drinking game of h.o.r.s.e is all!
The object of this drinking game is to get your opponents to spell the word HORSE first. The word of course can be replaced. This is a free-for-all style game with no teams where you must chug your drink and play flip cup with it afterwards. The last person to flip their cup loses and must write a letter on their cup.
What You Need:
Red Cups Sharpies 4 players or more One ping pong ball A table you can stand around
A community cup is placed in the middle of the table and is filled with beer.
Each player is given their own cup and writes their name on it.
The cups are placed evenly around the community cup.
Each player stands in front of their cup ready to drink.
Each player's cup is given a small amount of beer.
How To Play:
Someone around the table is given the ping pong ball to start the game.
This person then has to bounce to try and bounce the ball into someone else's cup.
When it is your turn you must either aim to bounce the ball in someone's cup. Or aim to bounce the ball in the middle community cup.
If you make the ball in the community cup then everyone must pick up and chug their assigned drink. When finished they must play flip cup. The last person to flip their cup loses and must write a letter on their cup. Since the community cup was made they must also drink that as well.
If the ball is bounced into someone's cup then the bouncer and that person must start drinking. Then battle to flip their cup before the opponent. The last person to flip their cup loses and must write a letter on their cup.
Rotate either clockwise or counter-clockwise when the turn is over.
A turn is over for a player if you miss a cup.
A turn is over after a cup is made and someone loses.
If you lose then you must write the next letter on your cup.
Once you have spelled the last letter you are out!
Play continues until the last two players battle it out. Whoever survives with spelling the word is the winner!
*don't drink and drive, drinking excessively can impair judgement and cause bodily harm, know your limit....