There’s a new game in town, and it’s all about tap handles.
The Tap handle game is a new thing that involves tapping the handle of a beer in order to win a prize.
And this week’s winner, who goes by the handle bong bong and is part of the Tap handle community, is actually a tap handle from the classic NES game, NES Land.
This game was released in 1998 and features the characters Bong Bong, The Beer King, and the Beer Snob.
The NES Land tap handle game isn’t all that new, either.
Tap handles have been part of gaming for decades.
They’re part of video games since the original Super Mario Bros. game on the NES, as well as in the classic games Donkey Kong, Tetris, and Mario Kart.
In fact, Tap handles are a major part of popular board games, like Dungeons and Dragons.
But in recent years, games have begun to take advantage of tap handles to add new twists to the gameplay.
For example, in 2013, the classic game Dungeon & Dragon added a mechanic that required you to tap a certain area to open a treasure chest.
Tap handle games are also popular with kids and teens, which is why they’re also on the rise in video games.
In the video game “Super Mario Bros.” for Nintendo 64, for example, a Tap handle can open up a treasure treasure chest and give Mario and Luigi access to new areas, including a hidden secret area.
This year, Tap handle players are having a blast, and their game is getting tons of attention.
It’s been featured in the New York Times, Wired, and The Verge.
One user even got a beer to the head in the game, which has become one of the most popular ways to win games on YouTube.
The Beer Bowl, a game in which players tap their handle to open up different items, has over 7.4 million views.
And there’s even a game where you must tap your handle in order for your opponent to stop playing and score points, and that’s already on YouTube!
The game is free to play and you can download it for free on YouTube, which means it’s easy to get the game.
Here’s a video of some of the best tap handles we’ve seen so far this year, which includes one of our favorites: