Bayonetta Drinking Game

Ok, sexy librarian fantasies can be kept to yourself

I have looked back over my files and realised that a few of my older drinking games that have yet to make it onto the site, strangely among them was this one for Bayonetta.

Now it may have been held back for a simple reason, it is one of my very few solo drinking games.

You see for me a drinking game is something that you should do socially, however there are occasions where I find myself sat down playing through a single player campaign and think ‘well I’m drinking anyway, I may as well make a game of it’. In those occasions I will usually try to make it a game where one player is playing and everyone else in the room drinks.

However this on was not, it truly was a solo drinking game – though I am sure it could work with the controller passing from player to player at the end of each verse.

Rules

Always a Sucker for a pretty face – Whenever you have/want to use a lollipop a price must be paid – 1 drink

Doing a good job is its own reward – at the end of a verse you have a drink, 3 for platinum, 2 for gold and 1 for anything else

Is this the way to Alfheim? – Any time you find a portal to Alfheim, have a drink

Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition! – Any time you pull off a torture move, have a drink

Every woman likes to go shopping – Each time you buy something from Rodin, have a drink (once per trip)

Now when you stick to a drink = a solid gulp of beer as I do this game will last you a while as I only classified it as a Moderate drinking game when it was initially created.

MotorStorm: Apocolypse Drinking Game

The world is going to shit and still these people race.

From Monument Valley to the Arctic Circle, the Motorstorm series has taken us to some very weird and wonderful places.

This latest edition sees us in a city in the process of falling apart around us.

It’s only fitting that if the world is supposed to be falling apart around you, you should celebrate that fact by getting wasted as well.

Before I get to the rules as always I like to remind readers new and old that when I refer to a ‘Drink’, I 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.

Rules

Hood Ornament – When you run over one of the Crazies still inhabiting the city, Take a Drink

Environmental Disaster – If you are destroyed by something on the track changing, Take a Drink

Hot-Headed – Keep you foot on the boost for too long and blow yourself up, Take a Drink

Making your Point – Show off by blowing yourself up on the finishing line while in first place, Everyone else in the room takes a Drink

Final CallTake a drink for every place below 1st Place you finish in (maximum of 4 Drinks), SO 1 Drink for 2nd, 2 Drinks for 3rd etc.

Obviously make sure all the racers are drinking or your going to start losing regularly, as for classification I would say this is a Moderate to Heavy drinking game.

Portal 2 Drinking Game

God Damn It Gow!!!

Well for a little extra side-game, based on a student project and bundled with the highly anticipated second expansion to the epic Half Life 2, Portal did pretty well for itself don’t you think?

Now that it has gains a sequel of its own, its time it also gained a drinking game.

Thankfully Portal 2 also included a co-op mode, that is good news as solo drinking games are never as fun as multi-player ones. For that reason this drinking game is based on the co-op.

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.

Rules

Furthering Science – When your Bot is awarded Science Collaboration Points, Take a Drink

Failed Experiment – When your Partner is penalized Science Collaboration Points, Take a Drink

Those Parts Ain’t Free! – When you have to be Rebuilt due to failure, Take a Drink

Left Hanging – When you try to start a team gesture and it fails, Take a Drink

Robot Wars – When GLaDOS shows a preference for your Robot, Take a Drink

Publish the Results – When you complete a test chamber, Take a Drink

Because of how often GLaDOS will make these random comments I would class this as a Moderate to Heavy drinking game.

[Update]I found a Cool video of some people playing this game – it is well worth a watch as Phoe and Cereal are very funny drunks!

World of Warcraft Drinking Games

Kicking Ass while carrying a full keg of beer - exactly how I imagine myself if I were a panda!

So regular readers of my drinking games will have noticed in all the time I have published them, one game has been conspicuously missing considering how much I play of it. Its time to rectify that with my World of Warcraft Drinking Games.

Yes that is right – Two drinking games for the same game for a change.

The reason for this is that there are really two types of players to WoW – PvE & PvP – and I wanted to make sure I had both covered. These are both meant to be generic enough that you can use them anywhere in the game so nothing too specific has been used, but feel free to add your own rules to fit the raid.

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.

Raiding / Dungeons

Now I know your supposed to be paying attention during raids & dungeon runs, but there are occasions when the guild need to relax. This Game is for those moments. Make sure that the raid / group knows what is going on.

Rules

Too Soon Executus – When you defeat a Boss, The Whole Raid has 1 Drink

VendorStrike – When you loot a Grey Item, You take 1 Drink

Spirited – When you die, You take 1 Drink. (Optional) This drink must be Consumed before accepting a resurrection

HotFooted – When you are the obvious cause of a wipe (Standing in the fire) Finish your Drink

Raid Leader – When you Loot a Green Item you become designated as the Raid Leader, Until someone else loots one, at which point they become the Raid Leader.

The Raid Leader has the following abilities

  • When they do an emote the raid has to copy it, the last to do so has 1 Drink
  • The ability to appoint someone else to take their punishments
  • If the Raid Leader loots another Green Item, the Whole Raid has 1 Drink

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Swarm Drinking Game

Swarmites remind me of myself. I like to play with fire too!

Swarm is an incredible game, I have lost many hours too it since I downloaded it from PSN.

I have to admit that at least an hour of that was sat on the start menu hitting the ‘Do Not Press’ button.

It was about 20 minutes when I realised that the guys at Hothead Games had granted me what could be the simplest yet most effective drinking game I have ever released.

This is also the very first drinking game I have ever created that has ‘Extras’ beyond a copy of the game – I have created something to help make this game even easier to play. They are optional, the game is completely playable without.

What I have created is a prototype game board, for simply making betting more manageable – It can be downloaded (SwarmiteRoulette.pdf) and printed, I have even laminated my prototype copy.

Before I get to the rules as always I like to remind readers new and old that when I refer to a ‘Drink’, I 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.

Rules

The rules of what I have loving dubbed ‘Swarmite Roulette’ are very simple. Once everyone in the room has a Swarmite token or you have another way to keep track of the bets your ready to go.

1 – Press the ‘Do Not Press’ button on the menu – the time it takes for this first Swarmite to die and be replaced is betting time. (you don’t really have to watch how he dies, this Swarmite is expendable)

2 – Everybody bets on which way they think the next Swarmite is going to be killed (No copying, everybody must pick a different kill).

3 – Press the ‘Do Not Press’ button again, paying attention to how the Swarmite is killed

The person who guesses the right mode of death then has to play a level selected by someone else in the room (they get to pick who chooses their level).

The player then has to complete that level without losing their entire swarm more than 3 times.

If they manage it, the person who chose the level has to take 2 Drinks. If they fail they have to take 2 Drinks.

Optional Rule: Everyone else in the room can ‘Swarm’ with the player or the chooser – make the wrong choice and you have to share their punishment.

After that simply return to step 1.

If nobody in the room guesses correctly in three attempts – everyone in the room has to have 1 Drink.

Optional Rule: Increase the number of drinks for every 3 attempts with no winner, so 3 = 1 Drink, 6 = 2 Drinks, etc

There you go, one Swarm Drinking. Being that this is still kinda a prototype version of the game board, I have only had a few test runs of this game. I would however classify this as a Moderate to Heavy Drinking game.

Enjoy

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**Disclaimer** DrunkenGamer refuses to take responsibility for any emotional attachment that you may develop towards your Swarmite token during the playing of this game, however he is sure that the Swarmite shares your feelings.

Dead Space 2 Drinking Game

Ahh the perils of being the wingman, having to take the hots ones ugly friend

As hard as I tried when playing the first Dead Space, I could not think of a ‘sociable’ drinking game for it. The same is true of the campaign of Dead Space 2, fortunately though Visceral added some multiplayer for me to look at this time as well.

Obviously this will need slightly different rules for humans and Necromorphs, as NecroMorphs die a lot more regularly.

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.

Rules

When playing Necromorph:

Join Us!! – When you kill a human, 1 Drink

One of Many – When you get an assist to a kill, 1 Drink

Dinner Time – When you successfully pull off an execution kill, 2 Drinks

When playing as Humans:

Thinning out the herd – When you perform a Kill Streak, 1 Drink

Oi Look over here – When you complete an objective and get a new one, 1 Drink

You owe me one – When you rescue someone from an execution attack, 1 Drink

The cafeteria is closed – Successfully defend against an execution attack, 2 drinks

Now I know you are going to be busy playing your match that is why most of these rules can be applied between rounds based on the match scoreboard. Overall though i would classify this as a Moderate to Heavy drinking game.