OBJECTIVE OF A PLUS B: One player must choose players A and B to do some kind of dare.
NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 4+ players, but the more, the better!
TYPE OF GAME: Drinking game
OVERVIEW OF A PLUS B
An elevated dare game, A Plus B, will keep you on your toes. This game is best played if you are already sufficiently tipsy, but it’s a riot at any point in the party!
Nothing is needed to set up this game, but every player should sit or stand in a circle facing each other. Choose one person to close their eyes first. This person is “it.”
“It” closes their eyes. The player to the right of “it” must then choose a random player in the group to be A, loudly announcing to the group that the player they choose is A (but don’t announce who!). Then the player to the left of “it” must choose player B in the same manner. A or B can be anybody in the circle, including the person choosing the player or the person closing their eyes. Once both players A and B are known to the rest of the group, “it” must open their eyes.
“It” then decides one of the following (keeping in mind that they personally could be player A or B):
- What A does to B
- What B does to A
- What A and B do together.
A and B then announce themselves do the dare. If A or B is the player that closed their eyes, the other players must let them know so that they can do the dare.
Examples of dares include:
- A must kiss B on the forehead.
- B must smell A’s armpit.
- A and B must both finish their drinks.
Once the dare is complete, the person to the left of “it” is now “it.”
END OF GAME
Continue playing until every player has had a chance to choose the dares and be “it.”