Starbound is everything a two-dimensional sandbox RPG should be. There are many different parts of the game, so pinning down just one drinking game as a “one game fits all” solution is basically impossible. Being there are three difficulty options, I present you with three options of drunkenness.
Jump back into the exciting world of Tomb Raider with a bow in one hand and a beer in the other. Our Tomb Raider drinking game is live!
Jump back into Super Mario Bros. 3 with some beer and whiskey. Take advantage of the different tiles to get your friend shit-faced.
Crusader Kings II is a game of intrigue, espionage, politics, and of course, death. In a world where everyone is plotting or resting in a plot, what doesn’t kill you will probably kill you later. Now add whiskey!
You know how this starts… ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A Start. That’s two shots straight “up,” then “down” ’em both. Look left, look right, look left, look right. Binge And Start. Our Super Contra drinking game is here!
The exhilarating game of keeping your infant child from murdering itself with added inebriated fun!
Dive into the world of Eos with a sword in one hand and a 40 in the other. Our Final Fantasy XV drinking game has arrived.
Get wacky and weird on Animal Island with our new Animal Crossing: New Leaf drinking game. Tortimer won’t know what he’s gotten himself into.
Return to the world of Skyrim, and this time you can assure you’re just as drunk as your avatar. All the mead and ale you could ask for.
Dragon Age: Origins introduces you to the fantasy world of Ferelden. There are plenty of drunks there, and we believe you should join them. The Dragon Age Drinking Game is here!
Limbo is a hauntingly fun puzzle platformer. Now drink booze every time you kill the small child and enjoy it. You’re welcome.
Revisit this classic tactical RPG and add in a bunch of ways to make it more of a blast. Those ways are with booze.