Everyone likes a good game of Bullshit but if you are looking for a new way to call bluffs. Mexicali is the game for you. This new drinking game is definitely a fun one to try out if you never have before.
What You Need:
2 Dice (or a dice app on your phone)
3 Players or more
How To Play:
Everyone sits in a circle and someone is chosen to go first. Give this player the 2 dice and cup for them to roll.
Each player must roll their dice in an attempt to beat the previous person's roll.
However the player must roll the dice to themselves so that only they can see the value.
If they announce that they beat the previous person's roll. Nobody drinks, the player announces their score, and the cup is passed to the next person.
Only the player who went before you can call your bluff before the trn passes. If they call your bluff and you lied then the liar must drink.
If a player didn't bluff and was called out, then the person who called you out must drink.
The most interesting rule is when you call a bluff on someone who lied and told the truth. If a player announces that they beat the previous persons score but tell everyone a different score. Both the liar and the previous person must drink.
The game moves onto the next person and the next player must beat the actual score.
The value of the dice is based off of the highest value and lowest value of the dice.
Which means if you roll a 5 and roll a 6, the value/score is 65 with the highest number being first and the lowest number being second.
For example you roll a 2 and a 4. The value is not 24 because 2 is not higher then 4. Instead the score is 42 and the next player must beat that score with something higher then 42.
Now if you roll a double then the score/value gets multiplied. Let's say someone rolls a pair of 3's. The lowest and highest value is 3 and you will multiply times 100. The new score would now be 300 making it more likely someone is lying.
Like with many games though, certain values have certain rules. So below is a list of all the possible values and rules that are associated with special numbers.