HOW TO PLAY LUDO
Ludo is a classic board game that is easy to learn and can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Here are the basic steps for playing Ludo:
- Set up the game board: The Ludo game board consists of a square board with a cross-shaped design. Each arm of the cross has three rows of squares. Each player has a designated area of the board, with four colored tokens that must be moved around the board to reach the center.
- Decide who goes first: Players can decide who goes first by rolling the dice. The player with the highest number on the dice goes first.
- Roll the dice: Each player takes turns rolling the dice. The number rolled determines the number of squares that the player’s token can be moved.
- Move the token: Players must move their tokens clockwise around the board, starting from the first square in their designated area. Tokens can only move in a clockwise direction and must follow the path of the colored squares.
- Obstacles and other tokens: If a player’s token lands on a square that is already occupied by another token, the other token is sent back to its designated area. If a player’s token lands on a square with an obstacle, such as a barrier, the token must stop and cannot be moved until the obstacle is cleared.
- Reaching the center: The objective of the game is to move all four of a player’s tokens from their designated area to the center of the board. The first player to move all four tokens to the center wins the game.
- Winning the game: To win the game, a player must move all four of their tokens to the center of the board before any of the other players do.
Ludo is a fun game that can be played with two to four players. Remember to follow the rules and play fair, and most importantly, have fun!