5 Second Rule: Drinking Games 17+

Bachelorette Game Girls Night

Boris Mikic

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Want to play something quick and fun with friends when you party?

5 Second is a drinking game, for those who can act under pressure.

Rules are pretty straightforward. Players are asked a simple question and they have 5 seconds to come up with 3 answers before the buzzer rings.

If the player doesn’t give all the answers before the time runs out, you drink.

Can you name 3 types of screams in 5 seconds?
Can you name 3 hairy things in 5 seconds?
Can you name 3 brands of beer in 5 seconds?
If you fail you end up drinking.

The game includes normal pre-drinking cards, and also you can turn on sexy cards if you want to get your house party to the next level.

5 Second Rule: Drinking Games Premium subscription:
- Gives user instant access to all existing and future cards and removes all ads.
- Subscriptions are from $1.99 weekly*
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- You will be able to access everything for the duration of the subscription
- Subscription automatically renews for the same price and duration period as the original package unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the cost of the chosen package (weekly, monthly or yearly package)
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's iTunes Account Settings after purchase
- You may cancel a subscription during its free trial period via the subscription setting through your iTunes account. This must be done 24 hours before the end of the subscription period to avoid being charged. Please visit https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039 for more information
- You may turn off the auto-renewal of your subscription via your iTunes Account Settings. However, you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period
- Please note: any unused portion of a free trial period (if offered) will be forfeited when you purchase a premium subscription during the free trial period.

Links to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy can be found below

Privacy Policy: https://day-games.com/privacy-policy/
Terms of Use: https://day-games.com/terms-of-use/

* Prices are equal to the value that "Apple's App Store Pricing Matrix" determines as the equivalent of the subscription price in $ USD

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

- Fixed some bugs in iPhone X GUI.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

baxkwoodredd ,

Testing the water’s

Imma go ahead n give it 4 stars for now bc I will be playing this game tomorrow with my friends to test it out so I’ll be back to update so far just looking over it it seems like a lot of fun

kmrm191919 ,

Consumer warning: scam alert

A weekly 2.99/ subscription just to unlock the same unchanging, never updated content. You should be able to buy add on packs at a one off price- I’d be happy to support. I respect app developers and content creators and they should be compensated for their work. However, a weekly subscription model in this context is purposely deceptive, and you can tell they hope you download, briefly use the app and then abandon it. All in the hopes of you not noticing the continuing weekly charge and then cancelling. This is against Apples own subscription model guidelines, but both Apple and Daygames don’t care as long as they are making money off of people who don’t know any better. Have some integrity... I knew to cancel but a lot consumers don’t, and that’s what the creators are banking on. Please everybody save your money and just buy the physical version. A weekly subscription should be for a continued weekly service, not just for access to unchanging content. There is a reason they don’t offer subscription tiers - 2.99 weekly/ 12 monthly / 156 yearly - because consumers would be alerted to the low value for the actual cost. They are taking advantage of a loophole, because legally reprimanding this behavior could potentially damage legitimate weekly subscription apps that deserve to be paid weekly. Again have some integrity...

cdxxt09 ,

Review Puppy

Honestly I was not going to rate this game. Like many people I never rate games. It just seems like a minor inconvenience most of the time when the “DO YOU WANNA RATE THIS GATE” popup appears. However this game caught me off guard because when I said “No” to rating the game. The popup puppy that carried the sign in didn't go away. He just got sad and stayed on my screen. So to appease this small digital puppy I clicked him and rated this game 5 stars so he'd be happy.

App Privacy

The developer, Boris Mikic, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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