Overcooked is a game that will really test your friendships and your relationships, so why not add alcohol into the mix. As always, feel free to mix and match these rules to match your gaming session.
General Kitchen Drinking Game Rules
- Did you burn a meal? Take two drinks because you should feel bad about letting your team down.
- Deliver a meal? Take a drink because you deserve a break.
- Did the stage change layouts? Add to the chaos by taking a drink
- Multiple meals for the stage? Pick one of them and only drink when one of them is successfully completed.
- End of a level, everyone take a drink because your shift is over.
- Wasteful: Did you deliver a meal no one wanted? Take a drink for wasting food.
- Wasteful Space: You’re not suppose to waste space in a kitchen. If you have an empty burner (Not at the beginning of the game), take a drink.
- Gordon Ramsey edition: You yell, you take a drink to calm your nerves.
Gordon Ramsey Drinking Edition
In this drinking game one player is the chef in charge of the kitchen. The chef instructs the other kitchen staff (other players) by telling each player what specific task they have to do. For example, the chef says “Cut Tomatoes” not “I don’t care, just cook.” The kitchen staff responds by saying “Yes, chef!” If the player forgets to say “Yes, chef” then that player must take a drink. They are also only able to do that one task unless told otherwise. In turn the head chef is the only person who is allowed to deliver the food as they are proud of the food that comes out of the kitchen. Any fire or failed dish results in the chef taking a drink. After all, their failures are your failures. Completing a level results in the team celebrating by having a drink
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