The Land Mines drinking game involves wagering the amount of beer you can drink while a quarter spins on its side, where empty beer cans can be used as land mines to mess up others as they race to finish their alcohol wagers.
Find a flat surface to play on, remembering that the quarter has to be able to spin while avoiding the makeshift beer can land mines. Pick a player to start the game, have them poor their beer wager into their solo cup, and begin their turn by spinning the quarter.
Before each turn a player must poor their wager of alcohol into their cup. The whole objective is to be able to finish the beer before the quarter falls (either on its own or from hitting something). If you drink with your left hand, you have to pick the quarter up with that same left hand after the drink is finished.
Here's where the game gets interesting. When you finish all the beer in a can, it becomes a land mine, meaning you're able to slam it down on a spinning quarter during someone else's turn, forcing them to finish drinking their wager, and re-spin. The empty beer can also stays in the place it was slammed. Over time, the table fills with land mines and becomes nearly unplayable (especially as you get drunker).
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