Posted by The Tall Boy | Posted in TV Games | Posted on 06-07-2012
If you’re at all like me, Beast Wars, the spin off series from the 1980′s Transformer’s franchise, was a beloved part of your morning. I watched it every weekday before school right after Pokemon. Like many cartoons from our youth, its many tropes and cliches lend it greatly to drinking game rules. Fortunately the rules are simple, and hopefully will allow you to enjoy the show as you did when you were a child, but this time with a beer in hand.
What You’ll Need: A drink of choice, and access to the show. It just happens to have become available on Netflix streaming just recently.
Drink 1 when :
- Any character transforms. Drink one more if their transformation is accompanied by and of the following phrases: “Beast mode!” “Maximize!” or “Terrorize”
- Any time a character is referred by something other than their real name (i.e. “Fearless Leader” for Optimus, “Chopperface” for Dinobot) Drink twice if it’s Rattrap.
- Anyone says “slag” or “by the matrix”
Drink 3 when Optimus says “That’s just Prime.” If anyone else says it, finish.
Finish whenever Waspinator gets slagged or a new stasis pod is opened.
Posted by Bockman | Posted in Movie Games | Posted on 22-10-2011
The Lion King, a beloved movie from our generation’s childhood, is about Simba and how he has to reclaim the kingdom from Scar. While it’s loved from our childhood and some people have told us that it is sacriligious to drink to this movie, we basically told them that they’re idiots and you can drink to anything you want.
Warning: You will black out if you play this game to its full extent.
- The hyenas laugh.
- When the whole pride is shown.
- Whenever any character says “Mufassa”.
- Whenever they break into song.
- Any time they look at stars.
- Simba runs at any point in the movie.
- The term “King” is mentioned.
- The past is mentioned at all.
- Mufassa says something wise.
- There is a fight of any kind between anyone.
Death Rule: Waterfall during Mufassa’s death scene.
Posted by That_Guy | Posted in Movie Games | Posted on 02-10-2011
We’ve all wondered time and again How The Grinch Stole Christmas. It was great when he did the first time, and it alright when Jim Carey did it (I guess…). Either way, there is one and only rule for either movie
- You hear the word “who” or any derivative of the word “who.”
- That includes “who,” “Whoville,” “Cindy Lou Who,” and so on.