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Ludo Board Game
Based on the game Pachisi from 6th century India, the Ludo game is now widely-popularized and recognizable in the western market as the premier race board game. It was officially licensed and released under this name in England in 1896. A couple of its more popular variations include Sorry! and Trouble.
Ludo is popular all over the world, especially in Europe. Some of the names in different countries include Mensch Ärgere dich nicht in Germany, Mens-erger-je-niet in the Netherlands, Parchis in Spain, Le Jeu de Dada or Petits Chevaux in France, Non t’arrabbiare in Italy, Fia med knuff in Sweden, and Parqués in Colombia.
Ludo can be enjoyed by everyone, young and elderly alike. The rules are not complicated, which makes for enjoyable and relaxing game play. Pay attention though, as one removed token can turn the tides of the game and heat up emotions!
Be the first player to have all four of your color pieces in the “Finish” area of the board.
The Ludo board is divided into 4 squares. These are typically colored yellow, green, red, and blue. Each player is assigned a color and has four tokens in the same color. The board is normally square with a cross-shaped play space, with each arm of the cross having three columns of squares, usually six per column.
The middle columns usually have five squares colored; these represent a player’s home column. A sixth colored square not on the home column is a player’s starting square. At the center of the board is a large finishing square, often composed of colored triangles where the players have to collect all the 4 tokens to finally finish Ludo game.
The game is started when a player rolls the number 6 on the die. If the player has no tokens yet in play and rolls other than a 6, their turn passes to the next player. Once a player has one or more tokens in play, he selects a token and moves it forwards along the track the number of squares indicated by the die.
Players must always move a token according to the die value rolled. Passes are not allowed. If no move is possible, the turn moves to the next player. Also, if a player rolls a “6” three times in a row, they miss their next turn.
Ludo board game allows each token to be moved 1 to 6 positions clockwise, according to the rolled number. Whenever a player lands on an opponent’s token, the opponent’s token gets sent back to their base. The exception to this rule is when a player lands on a special spot with a shield symbol and his token is considered “safe”.
Also, in our version of Ludo online, if a player happens to land on a spot with a die symbol, they earn an extra roll of the die.
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