Google wants people to start their new week with Mexican-style graffiti on Monday, offering users an interactive Doodle to play the traditional card game Loteria, according tomedia CNET. Users can set up private games to play with friends, or play games directly with other random users.
It’s a bit like a bingo game – after a license, people try to find the right card on the board. If so, place a bean on the card. Once people match the predicted pattern to the beans, they can click the Loteria button. The first person to do so will win.
In real games, people should shout “Loteria!” Or “buenas! When people match patterns – you can choose whether or not to shout victory in the office or at home. Mexico’s YouTuber Luisito Comunica voices the interactive Doodle.
The Doodle is from Chabaski, Mexico, Cecilia of Mexican descent, Luis Pinto of Emosillo, Loris Lora in Los Angeles and Vals in Mexico City.
The game began in Italy in the 15th century, but later became a spanish hobby and was introduced to Mexico in 1769. Google noted that the game was officially copyrighted in Mexico 106 years ago on December 9.