Variation of Moose, Moosehead is the name of a drinking game that involves players bouncing a quarter off of a table in an attempt to have the quarter land, without another bounce, in an ice cube tray, coffee mug and soup bowl on a table.
What You Need to PlayEdit
- 1 ice tray
- Plastic cup
- Beer or booze
Setting up the GameEdit
Set the ice tray facing long ways, away from the player. In some variations, a cup of whatever alcohol that is being used is placed in the center of the table for the ice cube tray to be placed against and rotate around
- First player bounces the quarter and tries to get it into the ice tray
- If the quarter lands on the left side of the tray, you give away drinks, if it lands on the right side you take drinks.
- The amount of drinks given or taken is determined by what spot in the ice tray the quarter lands in. If you start from the front and count backwards, with the last 2 slots being the moosehead spot. So: 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1, moosehead.
- Give: When the quarter lands in the ice cube tray and it lands on the "give" side, then the player who bounced the quarter into the tray can distribute as many sips to any combination of other players as there are squares that were passed over by the quarter.
- Take: When the quarter lands in the ice cube tray and it lands on the "take" side, then the player who bounced the quarter into the tray has to take as many sips as there are squares that were passed over by the quarter.
- Moosehead: If the quarter lands in one of the last two slots, the last person to put their thumbs up to the sides of their head with fingers spread (making a moosehead) and then has to finish their drink.
- The person shooting quarters keeps going until the do not make it in the tray.
- When they miss, they pass the quarter and ice tray to the person n their left, and so on.