The Rule Book: How to Play Drink-a-Palooza® Board Game
Copyright © 2003-2014 Wagner Concepts Inc. Intellectual Property. All Rights Reserved
THE OBJECT OF THE GAME is to fill your empty 6-PACK game piece with Mini Bottles that are awarded throughout the game. Bottles are awarded through mini-games designated by a bottle image on the board.Preparation: To begin you will need to assemble the game board by following the DRINK CUP ASSEMBLY directions found below. You will need: 1 quarter (not included), 3 red cups, 2 Ping-Pong balls, one die and a deck of standard playing cards. Place one red cup in the center of the board on the DRINK CUP spot. Set aside the other two cups for playing FLIP CUP. A comfortable amount of your favorite beverage is poured in the DRINK CUP. Place the deck of cards face down on the deck of cards spot. How to Play: Each player chooses an empty 6-pack holder and begins on the space marked START (Make A Rule). To begin the game, one player will SPIN THE BOTTLE. Whoever the Bottle is pointed to will begin the game by rolling the die. After the first person goes, the game order moves clockwise. Whatever the number rolled is the amount of spaces the player will move. Throughout the game you will be either drinking or passing out an amount of “Sips” to other players. Depending on how you want to play, players can also count the amount of “Sips” in “Seconds”. “Sips” and counting the amount of “Sips” in “Seconds” are discretionary. Gameplay always defers to the “House Rules” meaning the owner of the game/house gets the final say on how the game is played and which type you use. Partner Game Play: You may partner up with people by sharing the 6-pack game pieces allowing up to 12 people to play. When partnering up, certain games will be play with multiple people. For example, you can play FLIP CUP, BEER PONG, and QUARTERS by simply adding more cups (your typical keg cup is ideal), Ping-Pong balls or Quarters and rotating partners throughout the mini competitions.
1. Assemble DRINK CUP.
2. Pour some beverage into DRINK CUP.
3. Establish “House Rules” for the following:
A. Rebuttals? Yes or No
B. Playing with “Sips” or “Seconds”.
C. Limited turns for Beer Pong?
D. Limited turns for Quarters?
E. Amount of cups used for Flip Cup.
4. Place Deck of Cards on board face-down.
5. Choose Empty 6-Packs as playing piece.
6. Spin the Bottle to see who goes first.
7. Player going first rolls the die to move.
8. Game is played clockwise.