Ludo Fun is a really fun game. You will recall childhood days. Play traditional Indian Ludo with your strategy and luck. You can challenge with our AI(Computer) and track all you Won games under ‘completed Games’. You can pause and save the ludo game at any time. You can resume/continue the saved ludo game in your free time.
The game of Ludo Fun Dice 🎲 is one of the oldest board games extant, still being played in certain parts of India. There are references to this game in some ancient Indian epics like the Mahabharata.
Ludo Fun Features:
1. Multiplayer Ludo Board game with 2-4 players.
2. Play local with friends & family.
3. Compete with Ludo Fun AI(Bot).
4. Pause and save the Ludo Game.
5. Resume the saved games.
6. Auto move stones.
7. Games history.
8. Won & Lost games.
In order to win the game, the Player must move all his six stones to the dedicated final house which is located at the center of the grid before other players.
Looking for hours of non-stop enjoyment on your phone? Install Ludo Fun and play everyone’s favourite childhood dice board game. 💙❤️💚💛
– Creating a private room to play with friends and family in multiplayer mode
– Options menu with more controls and settings
What are you waiting for? Let’s roll the dice! 🎲
Regional Names For Ludo Fun:
Chauka Bara – Kannada – Mysuru region
Katte Mane – Kannada – Rural Mysuru
Gatta Mane – Kannada – Rural Mysuru
Chakaara or Chakka – Kannada – North Karnataka
Pakidakali – Malayalam – Kerala region
Ashta Chamma or Barakatta or Dayalaata – Telugu – Andhra Pradesh/Telanganaa
Daayam or Thaayam – Tamil – Tamil Nadu
Atthu – Hindi – Madhya Pradesh
Kanna Dudi – Hindi – Jabalpur – Madhya Pradesh
Kavidi Kali – Malayalam – Kerala
Chung – Hindi – Madhya Pradesh
Champool/ Kach kangri – Marathi – Maharashtra
Chomal Ishto – Gujarati
Kaangi chaala – Gujarati
Changa po – Rajasthan
Cheeta – Madhya Pradesh
Names For Ludo Fun in other countries:
Mens-erger-je-niet (the Netherlands),
Parchís or Parkase (Spain),
Le Jeu de Dada or Petits Chevaux (France),
Non t’arrabbiare (Italy),
Barjis(s) / Bargese (Syria),
da’ ngu’a (‘Vietnam’)
Fei Xing Qi’ (China)
Fia med knuff (Sweden)
Barjis / Bargis (Palestine)