Ludo is a children's game created in late Victorian times and based upon the ancient Indian game of Pachisi. There are other Western versions of Pachisi such as Parchís from Spain, Parcheesi from the USA and Uckers, a form of Ludo played in the Royal Navy (and apparently some non-British navies) on a Ludo board.
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There is a virtual ludo board in Ludo Champions mobile game app.
There is a ludo board, it is a square with a pattern on it in the shape of a cross, each arm being divided into three adjacent columns of eight squares. The middle squares form the home column for each colour and cannot be landed upon by other colours.
The middle of the cross forms a large square which is the 'home' area and which is divided into 4 home triangles, one of each colour. At each corner, separate to the main circuit are coloured circles (or squares) where the pieces are placed to begin.
The starting square, the starting circle, the home triangle and all the home column squares are coloured to match the corresponding pieces.
Each player chooses one of the 4 colours (green, yellow, red or blue) and places the 4 pieces of that colour in the corresponding starting circle. A single die is thrown to determine movement.
Players take turns in clockwise order; who throws the lowest score and the highest score i.e. 1 or 6 of dice can come out from the home and start the game. Each throw, the player decides which piece to move. A piece simply moves in a clockwise direction around the track given by the number thrown. If no piece can legally move according to the number thrown, play passes to the next player.
A throw of 6 gives another turn. However, continuous 3 times throw of 6 spoils your turn and gives the turn to the next player.
If a piece lands on a piece of a different colour, the piece jumped upon is returned to its starting circle. And If a piece lands upon a piece of the same colour, this forms a block. This block cannot be passed or landed on by an opposing piece.
When a piece has circumnavigated the board, it proceeds up the home column. A piece can only be moved onto the home triangle by an exact throw. The first person to move all 4 pieces into the home triangle wins.
there are 2 player in the game, one will win the game and if there are four players, two players can win the game.
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