"LUDO" is a classic dice-and-race game, played with four pieces per player and a set of dice.
Usually The pieces are in Blue, Red, Green and Yellow colors. The Game is recommend for growing up children.
The game is played between 2 and 4 players. The goal of the game is to move all four pieces to the home position in the center.
The players start the game with all four pieces at the base position. Each turn begins with a dice roll, followed by a piece movement. If a six is rolled, the player rolls the die again and both (or more) numbers are used to make a move with the selected piece. The moves are made around the game board, clockwise. In order to place a piece to the start position, a six must be rolled, otherwise the piece stays at the base position.
If a player's piece movement (or one of its sub-moves in case of a multi-roll) ends at a circle which is occupied by an opponent's piece, this piece is captured and returned to the opponent's base. The captured piece can be returned to the board only if a six is rolled.
A piece cannot be moved to a place which is occupied by another piece of the same colour.
If no legal move can be made with the current roll, the player must pass the move.
When a piece is moved to the player's home, it cannot be captured anymore.
The Player who managed to move all own's pieces to the home position in the center wins the Game.