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Ludo – An offline multiplayer board game. Up to 4 Players can play at a time. Dice rolling game.
Ludo exists under different game names from various name derivations:
In North America, it is known as Parcheesi.
In Germany, this game is called “Mensch ärgere dich nicht” (Man, don’t get upset).
In Italy, it is called “Non t’arrabbiare” (Don’t get upset).
In Bulgaria, this game is called “Не се сърди човече” (Don’t get angry man)
In Poland, it is commonly referred to as “Chińczyk” (The Chinese).
In Estonia, it is called “Reis ümber maailma” (Trip around the world).
In China, Malaysia and Singapore, it is called “飞行棋” or “飞机棋” (Aeroplane Chess).
In Sweden, it is known as “Fia”, a name derived from the Latin word fiat which means “so be it!”
In France, it is called “Petits Chevaux” (Little Horses)
Every player has 4 tokens. Players alternate turns in a clockwise direction.At the beginning of the game, each player’s four tokens are out of play and staged in the player’s yard (one of the large corner areas of the board in the player’s color). When Player role a dice with 6 only then players can enter their tokens one per time on their respective starting squares, and proceed to race them clockwise around the board along the game track.
The first to bring all their tokens to the finish wins the game. The others often continue play to determine second-, third-, and fourth-place finishers.If the advance of a token ends on a square occupied by an opponent’s token, the opponent token is returned to its owner’s yard. The returned token can be reentered into play only when the owner rolls a 6.
Programmer: Sarbjeet Singh
Sounds: Sarbsukh Games Studio
Adviser: Baljeet Singh