Ludo All Star에 대한 설명
Ludo All-Star is a real-time, family-friendly, online board & dice game that will revive your childhood memories.
Ludo, a simpler version of another Indian cross and circle game called Pachisi, is a classic strategy board & dice game played by 2 or 4 players. Players roll a dice and race their four tokens from start to finish according to the dice roll.
Along with the the usual gameplay, all-new online ludo game, Ludo All-Star has come up with an interesting twist that will make you a king of ludo. You can now place bets online with in-game currency to add more thrill to the classic ludo game!
The game also has a Raid Mode, which makes the game further interesting.
Classic Ludo also goes by different names & variations in different regions like Uckers, Griniaris, Fia, Fia-spel (Fia the game), Non t'arrabbiare, Fia med knuff (Fia with push), Cờ cá ngựa, Petits Chevaux (Little Horses), Le Jeu de Dada (The Game of Dada), Ki nevet a végén, برسي (Barjis/Barjees). People also misspell Ludo as Loodo, Lido, Lado, Ledo, Leedo, Laado, or Lodo.
Generally confused with other classic strategy board games like Pachisi, Parcheesi, Trouble, Sorry, & Aeroplane chess, Ludo is much easier to understand & play. So, get on board and start your Ludo adventure with Ludo All-Star right now, and be a Ludo star!
Ludo All-Star Highlights
Regular & Arabic theme
Play online in 2 player & 4 player modes
Place bets with in-game currency
Undo your dice roll and be the master of your own luck
Roll first after a 6, and then select tokens to apply the rolls to
Chat & make friends
Get lucky daily with a daily spin wheel
Earn coins by winning games. The more you win, the more you earn.
Spin wheel for daily rewards
Rules of Ludo
Players take turns to roll the dice. A player will have to roll a 6 before he or she is able to navigate a colored piece from its starting point to the starting square. After that, in each of the subsequent turns the player navigates a piece forward for one to six squares as indicated by the dice roll.
When a 6 is rolled, the player may choose to advance a token already in play, or may enter another staged token to its starting square. Rolling a 6 earns the player an additional or "bonus" roll in that turn. If the bonus roll results in a 6 again, the player earns an additional bonus roll. If the third roll is also a 6, the player has to forfeit his/her turn which then passes to the next player.
In cases where the player has rolled a six, the player may also choose to separate the chances if both pieces are active. For example, he or she can navigate one piece by 6 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 6+4=10 houses.
Players may not end their move on a square they already occupy. 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 re-entered into play only when the owner rolls a 6. A player's home column squares are always safe.
When a piece has navigated the board, it proceeds up the home column. A piece can only be moved onto the home pocket by an exact roll. The first player to move all 4 pieces into the home pocket wins.
Get ready for the crazy adventure Ludo All-Star is going to take you on, with it’s best ever in-game features.
Download Ludo All-Star now! Master the game and be a Ludo Star!
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