Flash Ludo

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Ludo is derived from the ancient Indian game "Pachisi" which was originally played with cowries and beehive shaped pieces. Even The Emporer Akhbar the first of the Mogul Empire played the game on giant boards in the 16th century using slave girls for counters.
The object of the game is for players in turn, race each other around the circuit to be the first to get all of their counters to the HOME base. When counters are knocked off they are returned to the starting square.

Each game begins with your counters (green) in the Starting Circles in front of your castle. You must throw a 6 by clicking with your Mouse on the dice before the can move a counter onto the track. Every time you throw a 6 you get another throw and you can move any one counter the number shown on the dice. If your counter lands on one of your opponent's they are knocked off and returned to the Starting Circles.

When a counter goes all the way round the board it can enter the Home Column (comprises 4 Home Circles - same color as your counters). To land in a Home Circle, you must throw the exact number of steps needed to get in. The winner is the first player to get all four counters to the Home Column.



i agreee with orken90 this game is boring
and it has no walktrough >.>


What are you people talking about? I never get a single six its always 3 or 4 in a row. I feel like a New Zealand Hugh Hefner, Sex sex sex. You have got me hooked on ludo now, congratulations.


all i needed was a 6...
and i waited... about 20 rounds...
and then i so totally fucked up... an give up...

this game sucks -.-

I got to about round 40 with no 6s

I agree with the last reviewer, the programming was absolutely awful with this game, and I didn't enjoy it at all.


Absoloute shit programming, Ludo is a game of chance yet if you observe closely the computers moves have been programmed in while your dice rolls are random.

That means they are very likely to get 6s while you might get a thousand 1s in a row.

Poor poor programming.

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3.48 / 5.00

May 30, 2006
5:55 PM EDT
Strategy - Other