Ludo is a board game that can be played by 2 -4 players. In this game, the players have to race their 4 pawns from the starting to the finishing point according to the roll of the dice.
– Support 2-4
– User friendly interface
– Auto save.
– Undo button
– Play free as much as you want
– Optimized for Tablets and phones
– Challenging AI
– Works perfect even without network,
– Choose to play with other player or with AI .
Ludo is similar to many other games, especially the game of Pachisi. However, it is much simpler than Pachisi.
At the starting of the game, a player places his 4 pieces in the starting area of his color.
The players then take turns to throw the die. A player will have to throw a 6 before he or she is able to navigate a colored piece from its beginning point to the starting place. After that, in each of the subsequent turns the player navigates a piece forward for one to 6 squares as per indicated by the throwing die. Once a player throws six with the die, the player may choose to introduce a new piece in the beginning square. He may also decide to navigate a piece that is already active. The player also gets a bonus turn.
In cases where the player has got a 6 in the dice, the player may also choose to separate the chances if both pieces are active. For example, he can navigate one piece by six houses and another piece by 4 houses. Conversely, both the chances can be played using one single piece only; i.e. the player may navigate one piece for six four=ten houses. If the player is unable to make an appropriate move after the first movement of six, the die will be passed on to another player.