Gamers, in my experience, are fans of drinking. Nothing wrong with that, even as a teetotaler myself. But hey, if you enjoy a few libations, there's nothing wrong with that if you do it responsibly. And if you happen to be playing a game along with it, that's just all the better. Dungeon Party is a coin-bouncing dexterity-based RPG of sorts where players are looking to defeat monsters and overcome traps in a dungeon made of coasters. Perfect for holding your drink and perfect for gaming. The project is up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
Dungeon Party is an easy-to-learn, raucous, play-anywhere, social role-playing game, where the rooms, monsters, and treasures are all on bar coasters. Players take turns bouncing a coin to "hit" the monsters, disarm traps, or avoid cursed rooms. Players work together to survive the dungeon and gather the most loot, but there can only be one winner!
Players will assemble a "Dungeon" by creating a stack of coasters where each encounter will include 3 coasters: a Room, a Monster, and a Treasure. They then adventure through the dungeon by battling through each room, defeating the monsters, and looting the treasure. Along the way, they may pick up magical treasures or spells that can help them in their quest. If they survive the dungeon, the player with the most treasure points wins. If they do not, the Dungeon wins. But either way, there will be laughs and maybe even a drink or two!
The campaign's more than 8x funded with 27 days left to go.