Smashed TV is a feature that we run once a week with fun drinking games to try with your friends. We are not suggesting that you play the game with alcohol. Try it with another refreshing beverage, like Coca Cola or Apple Juice. All Smashed TV games were created by myself and Luke VanTrieste.

Playable On: Wii, Gamecube, Nintendo 64

# of Players: 2-4

The following is the result of  tireless effort, testing, and fine-tuning over the course of the last 5 years. We present to you: The Ultimate Smash Bros. Drinking Game. The game is playable on all three Smash iterations (and assuredly the new one when its finally released). However, if you’re still playing the Nintendo 64 game I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you that its time to give Melee or Brawl a shot. They’re way better.

We’ve got mandatory rules that apply to every version of Smash and some optional/conditional rules to lay out.

For Any Version of Smash

  1. Drink for 5 seconds if you die, and you’re not allowed to pause. You must start the 5 seconds immediately. You’re allowed to play and evade attack while drinking. If you forget, anyone can call you out and make you drink for 10 seconds instead of 5.
  2. At the end of the match: 1st place drinks 5 seconds, 2nd place drinks 10 seconds, 3rd place drinks 15 seconds, and 4th place drinks 20 seconds. Use discretion if you’re playing with people who suck. Consider handicapping or team matches.
  3. If playing with items: when someone grabs a hammer, all other players must drink for the duration of the hammer attack while attempting to evade.
  4. For 1 vs. 1 only: If a player successfully taunts without being hit before finishing the animation, the other must take a sip without pausing.

Optional Rules For Awesome People:

  • 1st place can strike his/her character’s victory pose and the other players must drink for up to 20 seconds.
  • Finish your drink if you’re playing with the dragoon and someone connects with you.


About The Author


John is a full-time web developer who writes and streams for He started Multitoad with Luke "Yogzula" VanTrieste. John loves multiplayer gaming, his wife (known around the site as Queenie), his dog (Marble), horror movies, and sitting down with a nice craft beer. If you want to contact the author of this post, feel free to do so on the community forums.

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