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8 Video Games That Are Full of Food

8 Video Games That Are Full of Food

Since the birth of Pac-Man in the 1980s — where players are focused on getting this little creature to continuously eat as many dots, pellets, and fruits as possible — many other video games have followed suit by making their games focused on food and eating. 12, we’ve collected together all our favorite food-centric games, which range from the old-school classics such as Pac-Man itself, to throwing food at evil chefs in order to get to the ice cream in Food Fight, to simply slicing as much fruit as you possibly can in Fruit Ninja. Here’s the roundup of our 8 most loved food-filled video games.

Burger Time

In Burger Time, the player is chef Peter Pepper who must walk over all the components of a burger, moving them onto a waiting plate, until all the burgers have been made. While stepping on the burger ingredients, chef Peter Pepper must avoid his enemies, Mr. Hot Dog, Mr. Pickle, and Mr. Egg, but he can stun his enemies with pepper shots and can win extra pepper shots by collecting bonus foods such a French fries or ice cream.

Diner Dash

Try your hand at running and managing your very own diner as you take on the persona of Flo, a woman who quit her job in a big stock market to fix up and run her very own diner. As Flo, you are responsible for serving all the diner’s customers, keeping them happy, and sometimes even cooking the food: You’ll soon understand how hard working in a restaurant is.

Fat Princess

Despite its fairly offensive name, Fat Princess is a fantastic food-centric video game. Players are in teams, and must make the opponents’ job of saving the captive princess by carrying her back to her castle harder by feeding her as many slices of cake as possible. The princess gains weight with every piece of cake she eats, making it harder for the team to carry her back to her castle.

Food Fight

Food Fight presents the player with a challenge that we are all far too familiar with: The player is Charley Chuck, who needs to eat an ice cream cone that is placed on the far side of a playing field before it melts. The obstacles that separate Charley from his ice cream are chefs, and the only way to get past them is to throw food (which is in piles on the screen) at them, and dodge the food they’re throwing at you.

Fruit Ninja

Fruit Ninja is centered entirely around slicing fruit. Fruit is thrown up on to the screen and the player has to use a blade to slice the fruit in half. Bonus points are awarded if multiple fruits are sliced in one swipe: Efficiency is key.

Pac-Man

Often considered the original video game, Pac-Man is all about eating. The aim of the game is to make Pac-Man eat as much as possible, whether that’s many, many dots, power pellets that enable him to eat his enemies, or the point-heavy fruit.

Pizza Tycoon

For all the aspiring pizza chefs out there, Pizza Tycoon is the perfect game for you. As the player, you are the manager of a pizza restaurant, and you must create your own pizza, compete in cooking contests, and design your own restaurant and kitchen. On a darker note, you can also request the town’s mafia to sabotage your competitors’ restaurants in order to further your own success.

Zoombinis

When playing Zoombinis (Zoombinis being small blue creatures trying to escape imprisonment), you become the Zoombini guide, responsible for helping everyone reach the safety of Zoombiniville. To reach Zoombiniville, one challenge you have to complete is the Pizza Pass. This involves guessing which pizza topping each troll will want on their pizza: This life-or-death food decision has huge consequences for the little blue creatures.


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!


9 Video-Game Inspired Drinks You Can Make at Home

When you're a gamer geek and you have a party, the standard bar fare just won't do. Here are a few suggestions for the perfect "healing potions" to keep your party going!

Piloting the ship? Fighting on dragon-back? Don't worry, we've got you covered with a few non-alcoholic options, as well.

Chateau Romani - from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Feeling a little worn down? Your party's magic's fizzling out? Replenish it with a delicious bottle of Chateau Romani.

Bonus: It's a sweet treat that can be enjoyed with or without the addition of alcohol.

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Estus - from Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2

Praise the Sun and pass the Estus flask! This potent cocktail is the perfect restorative for any party.

10/10 - would go Hollow again.

Star-Lord Mocktail -from Guardians of the Galaxy

"But Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie!" one well-meaning party-goer tells you.

"It was a comic book, first," we're reminded by the comic book nerd at your party. And they're both right.

With your favorite Guardians of the Galaxy characters featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, however, you can proudly say you've stuck with the gaming theme of your party with a mocktail for your designated driver that tastes great and still has quite a kick.

Recipe and video courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Leechade - from Bastion

"Leechade's so sour, it'll perk you right up when you're feeling low." Enough said.

Image and recipe courtesy of Gourmet Gaming

Rainbow Road Cocktail - from the Mario Kart series

What's a party without party games? And what party game is better than this classic gem? Inspired by the 21st "birthday" of the original game, this cocktail will be a colorful addition to any party - but stay firmly on the couch and keep your drunk driving to Mario Kart.

Image and recipe courtesy of Nintendrunk

Nuka Cola Quantum - from Fallout 3 and the New Vegas games

Need a little pep in your step? Is it getting late, but you're not ready to leave the party? Chug a bit of Nuka Cola Quantum with its 18 delicious fruit essences, and you'll be positively radiant for a few hours more.

Image and recipe courtesy of The Geeky Chef

Columbia Liber-Tea Mocktail - from Bioshock Infinite

Inspired by everyone's favorite floating city, Columbia Liber-Tea is a tasty non-alcoholic offering that's sure to be a hit at your next big shindig.

Video and recipe courtesy of Critical Hit Cocktails with Mitch Hutts

Destiny Inspired Glowing Cocktail - from Destiny

This fantastic cocktail gives you yet another reason to use black lights for your next big party. Inspired by The Traveler in Destiny, it tastes as good as it looks - a drink and conversation piece, all in one.

Video and recipe courtesy of Cristina Viseu

Frozen Eeveelution Drinks - from Pokemon

This frozen cocktail set gives us a few more bonus drinks, great for beating the summer heat at a party. With one delicious drink for each of Eevee's evolutions, you're going to wanna catch 'em all!

Image and recipe courtesy of Tumblr user meowpurrnom

Have you tried any of these drinks? Know a few you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments!