13 Best Fun Drinking Games For 2 People

Drinking Games

Everyone has those evenings when you and your best friend have nothing planned and want to get a bit drunk. Admit it: getting sloshed with your best friends beside you is more enjoyable! While most drinking games are meant to be played in groups, there are still some that two people can play. These two-person drinking games will have you laughing in no time since who doesn’t appreciate a good drinking game? 

The best part is that most of them don’t require any props — just the both of you and your preferred alcoholic beverage. And who says you can’t have a two-person get-together?

Here are the 13 Best Drinking Games For 2 People:

Power Hour Drinking Game

If you and your friend want to become as drunk as possible, Power Hour may be the game for you

How to play:

The goal of the game is to drink one shot of beer per minute for sixty minutes, for sixty shots in an hour.

The player is the one who makes it to the finish of the game. However, be prepared to wake up with a hangover the next day.

Two Truths and a Lie

2 truth and a lie

There are times when you don’t know everything about the other person; this game is the most enjoyable to get to know each other better. You don’t require any props or cards to play this game.

How to play:

Begin by having one participant mention two things about themselves that are true and one untruth. The sequence of the claims is irrelevant, and the speaker must confidently list the statements as though they are all true.

The other player must then determine which propositions are true and which are false. If they are correct, the individual who is listed must drink. If they guess incorrectly, they must drink.

After then, the other player will get a turn, and so forth. Play the game with mixed cocktails, beer, or shots, depending on your level of alcohol exposure.

Pick intriguing and unusual information that the other person is unlikely to know. Choose a deception that has a good chance of being believed. That is the winning strategy for Two Truths and a Lie.

Higher or Lower

Higher or Lower

Higher or Lower is a terrific choice if you’re searching for a quick and basic game. All you require is a deck of cards or a phone app that simulates a deck of cards. 

How to play:

This game is really straightforward. The “dealer” deals a card from the top of the deck to the player. The second player then predicts whether the following card will be higher or lower than the one just turned over. The dealer drinks if the second player is correct. If the second player is incorrect, they are forced to drink.

Flip Cup

Flip Cup is another game that is typically played in groups, but two people may also play it. You’ll also need to prepare the necessary props, including booze, two plastic cups, and a table.

The game is traditionally played with beer, but you can adapt it to your preferences.

How to play:

Place two plastic cups on opposite ends of the table, filled with beer or another alcoholic beverage. The two players then take positions on opposing sides of the table, with their cups in hand.

First, both players should take their cups and quickly gulp the alcohol within. Each cup has to be placed upside down on the table once the drink is drunk, with a tiny portion of the cup hanging over the edge. Then, the Players attempt to flick the cup over from where it hangs over the table’s edge, hoping it will fall right side up on the table.

When a player fails, they must return the cup to its original location and attempt again. Both players must continue until a winner is determined.

While the game is simple, it is fascinating and intense, and you will feel your heart beating as you try to place your cup in the right way.

Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever is amongst the most often played drinking games, and you may already be aware of how it is played. 

This is an excellent game for two individuals who are already acquainted or want to get to know each other better. While the game is commonly played in a group, two people may also enjoy it.

How to play:

To begin, one participant mentions something they have never done before. Depending on the tone, it may be as mild or as crazy as you like. On the other hand, people want to mention highly bizarre or provocative things to make the game more intriguing. For instance, you may state something like, “I’ve never been skinny dipping” or “I’ve never been arrested.”

If the other person has already done it, they will have to take a sip of their drink. They don’t drink if they haven’t already. After that, they’ll get their turn, and so on.

Drunk Bullshit

Bullshit is a game that most card players are familiar with, and it can be made considerably more enjoyable with alcohol — even for two people. 

How to play:

Players must take turns going through their deck of cards and placing all of the 2s, 3s, 4s, and so on until they’re out of cards and must lie about the cards being set down.

If the opposing player yells ‘Bullshit’ and the player is caught lying, the bullshitter is forced to drink. They must be the ones to take a drink if they’re mistaken.

Truth or Dare

Truth or Dare

Another traditional drinking game that most people already know of is Truth or Dare. Like most of the other games on the list, they were Playing Truth or Dare is an amazing way to get to know the other person better – or to push their limitations. And all you’ll need to play is a little booze.

How to play:

Player one will ask player two the question, “Truth or Dare?” The second player will then select whether they want to be asked a question or challenged to a dare. The first player will then pose a question or propose a dare.

Player two must drink if they refuse to answer or play the dare. If they continue, player one will have to drink. After then, the players will take turns and keep going.


Quarters is a simple game that requires wine, cups, and quarters.

How to play:

To play, take turns bouncing quarters off the table to land them in a cup of booze. If one of the players gets a quarter in, the other must drink whatever is in the cup. This is a fantastic time to experiment with alcohol in beverages, and you may mix up concoctions or use different types of alcohol.

If you do not want to drink alcohol with coins sitting in it, you may use separate glasses for drinking from empty cups to bounce the quarters.

100 Shots of Beer

100 shots of beer

As the name suggests, You have to take 100 shots of beer to play this game. 

How to play:

You can play it in two people or even a bigger squad where each player gets to take 100 shots of beer. The one downside is that you will need a lot of alcohol to make up the 100 shots for each person, or maybe you can call it an upside.

This can be played in various ways; you can challenge a player to take 100 shots of beer in 100 minutes.

Speed Facts

Speed Facts drinking game

Speed Facts is an excellent game if you and your drinking buddy are well acquainted. However, it may be challenging and embarrassing if you’ve just met, as the goal is to prove how much you both know each other.

Mind Meld

Mind Meld

Mind Meld is best played with two people since it becomes too difficult if there are more players.

How to play:

The two partners must exchange glances, count down from three, and then say something. The goal is for both players to say something else depending on what the two words together have made them think about.

For instance, one person may say ‘Harry Styles,’ while the other may say ‘band,’ and the term they both share is ‘One Direction.’ As you would expect, the game may become a little sloppy, but it’s also a lot of fun to play.

Both players must take a drink whenever the words do not match.

If you wish to play with more than two people, you will have to take turns with two players at a time; otherwise, having more than two players guessing at the same time may be too confusing.


Match is a basic card game that requires only one dice and two decks of cards.

How to play:

Each pack must be shuffled before each participant receives a deck of cards. The players take turns rolling the dice, and the number that appears on the dice is the number that the players must find in their pack of cards.

The round is won by the person who matches the correct card to the dice first, and the loser must drink.

Pinky Mcdrinky

One pink dice and two white dice are required for Pinky Mcdrinky. Players take turns rolling the pink dice, then one of the white dice is rolled by each player.

Ho to play:

If the number on one of the dice equals the number on the pink dice, the other player must drink. If none of the players’ dice match the number on the pink dice, the game must be restarted. You might also change the rules such that if no player matches the pink dice, both players must drink.


Get the shot glasses out, grab your closest friend, and have some fun now that you know these exciting and fun drinking games for two people! But, of course, remember to drink responsibly.

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