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FUBAR is a drinking game that is similar to RUBAR, but with some variations in the rules. The name "FUBAR" stands for "F***ed Up Beyond All Recognition," which gives you an idea of the level of intoxication that can be involved in the game. Like RUBAR, FUBAR involves a deck of cards, and players take turns drawing cards and following the instructions on each card
Ways to Play
Team FUBAR: Instead of playing individually, split into two teams and play a team version of FUBAR. Each team takes turns drawing cards and completing challenges. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Music FUBAR: Instead of using a standard deck of cards, create a custom deck with the names of popular songs. Each card represents a different song, and when a player draws a card, they must either sing or play that song on an instrument. The number on the card determines the number of sips that the player must take.
Truth or Dare FUBAR: Instead of completing challenges, players must either answer a truth question or complete a dare when they draw a card. The number on the card determines the number of sips that the player must take if they refuse to answer the truth or complete the dare.
Shot FUBAR: Instead of taking sips, players take shots when they draw cards. To prevent excessive drinking, you can limit the number of shots that each player can take in a given period.
Puzzle FUBAR: Instead of drawing cards, players must complete a puzzle or a brain teaser to earn points. The number of points that a player earns determines the number of sips that they must take.
Category FUBAR: Instead of completing challenges, players must name items from a specific category when they draw a card. For example, if the card says "Famous Actors," players must take turns naming famous actors. If a player cannot name an actor within five seconds, they must take a sip.
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To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.