Snappa, also known as beer die, is a very social drinking game. It should be played outside, where ceilings are not an issue. This game can take quite awhile, as it involves a lot of drinking. Setup: Each of the four players sit at a corner of a long table, and the pairs at each end are teammates. Each player starts with a full beer in a pint glass in their corner (1 hand length each from the end and side of table). Start of game: One team rolls the die, and the other calls high (4-6) or low (1-3). The winner shoots first. Gameplay: Shots alternate between teams, and between players on each team. Players shoot a die underhand from the seated position, and the shots must go higher than the head of the tallest person in the game. If the die lands on the table, bounces off the end, and hits the ground, it is a point for the shooting team, and the opposing team must drink a fraction (usually 1/3) of a beer. The opposing team can defend this by catching the die with one hand after it leaves the table but before it hits the ground. Two handed catches and pinning the die against the body are not acceptable catches (some rules allow for females to use these methods, but that is personal choice). Defenders may stand from their seats as soon as the die is released. If the shot hits the glass (tink), the defending team must also catch it if it goes off the side of the table to avoid having a point scored against them. If the shot goes in the glass (sink), it is a point for the shooting team, and the defending team must chug their beers. At the end of the chug, the die must be rolled out of the glass onto the table, and if a '5' is rolled, another beer must be drank. The defending team must also finish their beer if the shot hits one of the glasses and remains on the table, showing a '5'. Any shot that completely misses the table results in a fraction of a beer drank by the shooting team. End of Game: The game is to 7, win by at least 2, which can be shortened if there are loads of people waiting to play. Variations: This can be played standing up in a similar way. It can also be played standing with overhand shots. If playing this way, it is quite easy to hit the glass, so the rules must change. You play to 11. Making it in is 3, hitting the glass is 1, and anything that hits the other half of the table and isn't caught before it hits the ground is also 1. You must drink a beer for every 4 points your opponent scores (no penalty for missing the table), and must finish your 3rd if you lose. This version is a bit quicker, and can also be played 1v1.