EXTREME Battle-Shots is a great drinking game that's fun and really easy to figure out. Basically, two people sit opposite each other and try to call out the coordinates of the other player's ships. It's like a slightly simplified version of Battle Ship by Milton Bradley with small drinks instead of tiny plastic boats. The action is furious and really EXTREME compared to boring old regular Battleship.
In this instructable, I'll teach you how to build your own version of extreme battle shots!
Step 1: Gather Materials
Things you will need:
Cardboard (I've used moving boxes, pizza boxes are also a great option).
1 1/2" in. drill bit
razor blade (not pictured)
marker (not pictured)
Step 2: Measure Boats, Cut Boats
Measure and cut 2 each:
4 shot boats are 2" by 10"
3 shot boats are 2" by 7"
2 shot boats are 2" by 4"
Step 3: Drill Boats, Sand Boats
Measure out the center line of the first 4 shot boat. Measure out the spots where the shot glasses will go. Make sure that there is enough room from either end of the board to accommodate the shot glass holder. Place the shot glass holes 2" apart.
Use the 1 1/2 in. bit with the drill press to make 4 shot glass holes.
Round off the front of the boat using the belt sander.
smooth the inside of the hole with sandpaper
Use this first boat as a template for additional boats.
Step 4: Cutting and Marking the Board
Measure out a sufficient amount of cardboard. Trim excess cardboard.
Divide the board into columns and rows . The exact width of the rows will depend on the size of your cardboard. Just make sure that the three shot boat covers three columns, the two shot boat two and so on. I like the board to be divided into 9 columns and 7 rows. Mark Columns with letters and rows with numbers. Go over the board with permanent marker.
Place standard Dixie brand cups into the boats and you are now ready to play a rousing game of BATTLE SHOTS!!!
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