Battlefield Bad Company 2 Drinking Game

Oh did you not want me to leave that faulty microwave next to the petrol dump?

Ahh the Bad Company series, yet another one of those games that lends itself to drinking games oh so naturally. However for those of you that have not already thought up your own for the latest in the series, I am here to help.

This was first written a while ago and pre-Vietnam. I have since retested this game and found it to be quite lethal with more than two sets – mainly because it gets pretty damn hard to keep up


Using the Pins that are awarded during multiplayer matches as the basis for this game, it couldn’t get much simpler. Select two or more of the ‘pin sets’ listed below, when you get a pin that is in one of your selected set, you drink.

Using all the pin sets at once is probably a bad idea – but hey I’m not the one that has to clean up afterwards so it’s up to you

Light Weapon Set 

  • Assault Rifle Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Submachine Gun Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Light Machine Gun Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Sniper Rifle Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Handgun Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Shotgun Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink

Heavy Weapon Set

  • Grenade Launcher Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Rocket Launcher Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Explosive Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Emplacement Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Anti Vehicle Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink

Full Metal Set

  • Wheels of Hazard Pin: 2 Drinks
  • Tank Warfare Pin: 1 Drink
  • Car Warfare Pin: 1 Drink
  • Naval Warfare Pin: 1 Drink
  • Air Warfare Pin: 1 Drink
Killing Machine Set  

  • Melee Efficiency Pin: 2 Drinks
  • Kill Assist Pin: 1 Drink
  • Savior Pin: 1 Drink
  • Nemesis Pin: 2 Drinks
  • Combat Efficiency Pin: 1 Drink
  • Combat Excellence Pin: 2 Drinks
  • Marksman Pin: 1 Drink: In a round, do 5 headshots.
  • Avenger Pin: 1 Drink: In a round, do 2 avenger kills
  • Pay Back Pin: 1 Drink: In a Round, kill your nemesis.

Team Player Set

  • Resupply Ops Pin: 1 Drink
  • Maintenance Ops Pin: 1 Drink
  • Medical Ops Pin: 1 Drink
  • Surveillance Ops Pin: 1 Drink
  • M-COM Defender Pin: 1 Drink
  • M-COM Attacker Pin: 1 Drink
  • Flag Defender Pin: 1 Drink
  • Flag Attacker Pin: 1 Drink
  • Squad Member Pin: 2 Drinks

Victory Set

  • Ace Pin: 2 Drinks
  • Gold Squad Pin: 2 Drinks
  • Squad Rush Winner Pin: 1 Drink
  • Squad Deathmatch Winner: 1 Drink
  • Rush Winner Pin: 1 Drink
  • Conquest Winner Pin: 2 Drinks

So as I have already said this is a nasty little game, so I would classify this as Extremely Heavy to Lethal so play this one with caution

Bulletstorm Drinking Game

Hang on a minute, how the hell have I activated detective mode in Bulletstorm?

Oh boy, Fox News are not going to like this one bit.

Well, You know me I can’t let a good game go buy without at least trying to create a drinking game for it, particularly one that has been labelled ‘The Worst Game in the World‘. That’s just too much temptation, it’s a red rag to a bull.

So I have taken a look at the games multiplayer Anarchy Mode and found it to be extremely well set-up for a very simple drinking game, it’s almost as if the guys at Epic thought of this. I also couldn’t resist using some of the skillshot names for my rules.

As always with my drinking games, when I refer to a ‘Drink’ I personally have a solid gulp of beer so that I can enjoy my gaming for longer, but you all know your own drinking limits so it’s up to you what you choose to drink.


Gang Bang – Beat a wave score with over half the enemies remaining everyone has a drink at the end of the round

Floater – Player with the lowest number of skillshots at the end of a wave has a drink

Meat Slicer – Player with the highest contribution at the end of a wave can select someone else (other than the Floater) to have a drink

Voodoo Doll – If at any point you have to be revived have a drink (preferably while your down)

Mass Extinction – Beat 5 waves in a row without failing everybody has a drink

That’s It!

Told you it was a simple one, as with all shooter based drinking games the drinking level of this game will vary based on your skill with the game. However I am going to classify this one as a Extremely Heavy because I don’t want anyone coming and telling me I didn’t warn them that they would get drunk – I mean, who will think of the children? Kids as young as 20 could be reading this site……


Worms:Reloaded Drinking Game


OK, this is one of my oldest ever drinking games. It was created for one of the earlier Worms titles but works just as well for this new edition.

I have played this game on many occasions and I know there were a lot more rules to it when it was created, However, ‘Shockingly’, I can’t for the life of me remember them all..


Man Down – When any of your Worms die, have a drink

Shallow Grave – If any of your Worms tombstones are sent off the screen, have a drink

Humiliation – If any of your Worms are killed by a Poke, have a drink

When Sheep Fly – When activating a SuperSheep, have a drink. If you fail to kill anyone with the SuperSheep , have another drink

He’s not the Messiah, He’s a very Naughty boy – When using the Holy Hand Grenade, have a drink. However everyone else in the game has to give a Monty Python quote (no duplication) before it explodes, or they have to drink twice

Not quite a Ninja / I wouldn’t join the space program – When using the Ninja rope or the Jetpack, If you take falling damage yourself, have a drink

Foul Ball – If you try to kill someone with the Baseball Bat and fail to send them flying off the side of the screen, have a drink

As a result of the above rules and how addictive

this game is when you get started, I would classify this game as Extremely Heavy.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Drinking Game

OK!! Which Twat filled my visor with Jam?

Ok so there is something about Shooters that just makes them so natural a fit for drinking game. Now you can always do the simple 1 Drink per kill – but I always like to try to customise them a bit for the games that stand out.

Obviously when Modern Warfare 2 came out I made one for that, which I was told by Gow that we would never be able to play when he was there.

You see this games gets more brutal the more skilled you are. He recommends for highly skilled players you increase the number of kills per drink to avoid liver failure.

Obviously as always when I mention ‘a Drink’ I personally mean a shot of beer – just use some sense and only drink what you can manage.


Just following orders – 1 Drink for every kill, 1 Drink for every death – Excludes Grenade Deaths

Wait, that’s no rock – 1 Drink for every Grenade Kill, 2 Drinks for every Grande Death

Death from Above –  1 Drink for every kill with an airborne attack (Predator, Harrier, etc)

Get me a Mechanic – 1 Drink if you deploy a Sentry Turret

Ricochet – 1 Drink if you are the victim of a payback kill

One man army – 3 Drink for Everyone else if you manage to deploy the tactical nuke

An end to war – 2 Drinks to the winning team, 1 Drink for the losing team

Optional Rules

Top Brass/Cannon Fodder – 1 Extra drink for player that made the Winning Shot, 2 Extra for his victim

Explosive Payback – 1 Extra Drink if you are the victim of a payback kill with a grenade

As I’ve already said, the drinking level of this game differs based on your shooter skill and can range from Heavy to Extremely Heavy

League of Legends

League of Legends Drinking Game

League of Legends
But why does that guy get to be the lead? Just shut up and sing Dave!

On of my regular features in Thirteen1 Magazine are my monthly Drinking Games.

Each month I take a look at some of the games that have come out and think up drinking games that you can enjoy when your friends come over for a few beers and some gaming.

I have made these games now for over a year.

While they are always available over at Thirteen1, I am quite proud of them and have decided to move some of them here to my personal blog as well.

This was the first one that I published in the magazine, created when League of Legends was first in beta and was based (much like the game itself) on a drinking game I used to play with DotA.

Now I like to make my Drinking Games last, so when I refer to ‘A Drink’ I have a solid gulp of Guinness or other Beer. You can drink whatever you want but please use common sense – Particularly with my heavier games.

The Rules

Ok simple as it comes really. Fire up a new match, and line up a bunch of drinks ready. When certain events occur they are flashed on the screen these are your cues to drink.

When your champion is killed by another champion

1 Drink for the Killer
2 Drinks for the Victim

When your champion is killed by a minion/turret

1 Drink for the Victim

When one of your teams turrets is destroyed

2 Drinks for every member of your team

Optional Rules

While the rules above will do enough to get you very drunk on their own, some people don’t know when to call it quits. This game as a result has a couple of Optional Rules that you can choose to use.

If a champion gets the killing blow on the turret

Killer gets to pick a member of the opposing team, The selected Victim has 3 Drinks

Champion Levels up (Even I do not recommend this unless your clinically insane)

1 Drink per level up

And that’s all there is too it.

It is a very simple game, but the rate at which these events happen in a given match are quite regular (each team has 11 turrets for example in the Summoners rift map) As a result I classify this game as Extremely Heavy.