The Give and Take drinking game uses cards to imitate a game of truth or dare by randomizing turns and offering players an option between truth/dare, or drinking their alcohol.
Circle of death is a drinking game that closely resembles Kings, where players draw one card per turn and perform actions based on the card/color drawn.
The Indian Poker drinking game is very simple and is probably best suited to be played while already drunk, as it requires little logic and has the potential to extend your buzz due to the short nature of rounds.
The Electricity drinking game is a great social game that allows for playful interaction between all participants as you can situationally dictate how much those around you based on cards that are randomly dealt.
The Pyramid drinking game, card version involves a bit more thinking, and less skill than the Pyramid, coin version. Players have to memorize the cards they were dealt, and assign drinks based on either a bluff or on if they have a card that matches one in the pyramid, as the pyramid is flipped one by one.
Bullshit is a fun card drinking game where the goal is to get rid of your cards the fastest by playing them face down and not getting correctly called out on a lie.
Asshole is a popular, but more complex and competitive turn based card drinking game. Your position each round yields to an initial pre-game advantage (or disadvantage), and positions are won by getting rid of your cards the fastest.
The Spoons drinking game is a fast paced, fun way to get drunk with friends. Cards are passed one at a time at a fast pace between players until someone has 4 of a kind, causing everyone to rush to grab spoons.
The Fuck the Dealer drinking game is a classic card drinking game that is fun for both the dealer all other players, where guessing the cards correctly or incorrectly in a row results in drinks for either players or the dealer.
One of the most popular social drinking games in the world, players actions and drinks are associated with the face-down card that they randomly select each turn.