UX Drinking Game is an iPhone Application you can download for free from the Apple iTunes Application Store. The site also automatically defaults to mobile if you visit it from a mobile device.
There's a sister application, the Startup Drinking Game. We sell stuff, but it's to recoup the costs of the application (even offshore resources costs money). Note that we hold the copyright on all content on this site, but you're free to republish under Creative Commons and fair use as long as you're not making money off of it. Please don't sue us.
This silly little creation was designed by Patrick Neeman of Usability Counts LLC. Some of the companies he's has worked with include Microsoft, MySpace, Realtor.com, Move.com, Orbitz, NewsCorp, Paramount, Stamps.com, Escrow.com, Comcast, Disney, Amgen, Paul Mitchell, Numonyx, Cadence, Wasserman Media Group, eBay and BidRx.
Somewhere in there, he was a published writer in print (print!), a published photographer that was appeared on autobytel.com and espn.com, and somehow finds time to be an elite Yelper (he outsources his writing to the Phillipines).
Before the World Wide Web, he was the Editor-in-Chief of The Garden Grove Journal (which now actually has a website), a magazine art director for what is now Primedia Publishing, Inc., and served as the Creative Director for the Farber for Congress political campaign. The 1994 Farber campaign was one half of the most expensive Congressional campaign in history to that date.