Pong On Fire: CTF - It's Like Capture the Flag for Beer Pong!
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- Newest edition of Pong on Fire that mixes Capture the Flag with Beer Pong!
- 50 beer proof, circular cards that fit inside cups to protect beer
- Mixes skill, strategy and competition
- A super addicting adaptation of regular beer pong that is made to last
- Rules are quick to pick up; see below for more details
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Beer pong is a fun, competitive game that brings people together and involves skill. This Capture the Flag version of beer pong is an awesome adaptation that involves skill, strategy and trick shots.Each team starts with a FLAG card. The remaining cards are randomly drawn. The FLAG card and all other power-up-style cards are all strategically placed inside or under your cups prior to starting the game. Cards can sit inside your cups, just above where beer is poured to protect your beer! When cups are hit, cards are shown and played. The goal is to find the FLAG card and "Capture" it. To win, by capturing the FLAG, the FLAG cup must be hit three times, or hit once if all other cups are already removed. Get after it.
This product is meant for 21+ years of age. Game does not need to be played with alcohol. Play responsibly.
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The learning curve was short. You'll want one person to learn how the game works sober, than explain it to other players (it helps if the first round you play is early in the night while you figure it out). The cards make for an interesting twist on beer pong. You throw all your traditional beer pong rules out the window, but this ads its own little details.
Something I really liked was that many of the cards leave a little room to create house rules. For example there's a card which says that if you call your next shot and make it, it counts as three cups. What the card doesn't say is which three, so you can decide if the shooting team gets to pick their own, if the receiving team gets to pick, or if it's just the sunk cup plus two adjacent cups, etc.. There are a number of cards that leave a little room for interpretation, allowing you to add your own flavor.
The cards are plastic and therefore waterproof. Very easy to dry off if you're using water. I bought a set of hexagonal cups to go with this to make the different game a little different still. My guests found the hex cups a fun addition.
All in all the game was more fun than I expected, and less tedious once you get it figured out. All my guests agreed.