by Jonathan Leistiko
End the game with the most points. Do this by accurately predicting whether the active player will roll over or under (or spot-on) what the previous player rolled. If you vote against the majority and predict correctly, you get more points.
Put the play sheet where everyone can see and read it.
Let each player pick a pawn. Put your pawn at zero in the “spot-on” column.
Pick a player to go first. Give them one of the dice.
Roll one die. Put it on the circled star. This is the target die.
At the start of each turn, starting with the player with the most points and progressing downward, move your pawn to the “under,” “spot on,” or “over” column (keeping it on the same score, of course). With tied scores, start with the current player and proceed clockwise.
When all players have made their prediction, the player with the die rolls it. Compare the new roll to the target die.
When everyone has adjusted their score, replace the target die with the die that was just rolled. It’s the new target die now. Give the newly-released die to the player to the left of the most recent roller.
Start a new turn.
If a turn ends with at least one player with more than 20 points and only one player has the highest score, that player wins the game.
2021-04-20 @ 184