10 Evil Kinevil
The Evil Kinevil drinking game is a fun coin game that involves a bit of Evil Kinevil theatrical roleplaying, while attempting to shoot a quarter into a large glass without accidentally making it into one of the smaller surrounding glasses.
The spinners coin drinking game is a very simple one to grasp, but can be loads of fun. Spin the coin, and call out a player who must then either stop the coin upright or flick it and continue the process.
The Anchorman drinking game is a competition between teams to shoot three quarters into a pitcher of beer before the other. Plain and simple: loser drinks it!
The Icetray Quarters drinking game is a fun take on the Quarters drinking game, except that an ice tray replaces the shot glasses, and either side of the tray represents either giving or taking a drink.
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.
The Pyramid drinking game, coin version is a fun way for two people to compete in order to not have to drink a large amount of beer, and both speed and accuracy are required to win!
The Baseball drinking game is similar to real class American baseball and the Ball & Cup drinking game version, where in this case a quarter is shot into shot glasses representing the bases. 3 misses, and you're out!
Flip, Sip, or Strip is a fun drinking game of chance that involves two equally awesome things: drinking and stripping. Everyone wins when each turn either results in drinking or taking clothes off!
The Chandeliers drinking game can involve quite a bit of heavy drinking, and isn't for lightweights. Players shoot a quarter into glasses, with successful shots translating into drinks.
Quarters is a fun social drinking game that has skill elements, related to one's ability to bounce a quarter off of a hard surface into a glass. The worse you are at quarters, the more drinking you'll likely be doing.