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Ludo SuperStar (from the Latin word meaning 'I play') is a strategy dice board game for 2-4 players in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to the rolls of a single die. Like other cross and circle dice board games, Ludo is derived from the Indian game Pachisi, but simpler (Pachisi has evolved from the very ancient game of Chausar). The game and its variations are popular in many countries and under various names.
In North America, for example, the game is also known as Parcheesi. Other variations include Sorry!, Aggravation, and Trouble.
In Spain, they call it "Parchís" or "Parkase" in Spanish and "Parxís" in Catalan.
In Brasil, Ludo is referred to as "Fubica".
In France, it is named "Petits Chevaux" (Little Horses) or "Le Jeu de Dada" (The Game of Dada- dada being a colloquial word for "horse") and typically played with horse-headed pieces.
Heard of the Ludo board game, but not sure how to play? Ludo game rules are available to help you get to know Ludo A to Z! Learn how to begin a Ludo 4 player game and start playing Ludo SuperStar with friends.
Rule # 1
Each player has 4 tokens. Whoever gets all four of their tokens Home first is the winner. The Ludo game can continue to crown a second-place winner and third-place winner, while the last player to reach Home has lost.
For each player you can chose a human or computer player (AI robot).
Rule # 2
A token can only move out if the player rolls a six.
Rule # 3
When a player rolls a six, he/she gets another turn to roll the die.
Rule # 4
If a player rolls a six 3 times in-a-row, his/her turn will be skipped.
Rule # 5
Players must always move a token according to the die value rolled. Passes are not allowed. If no move is possible, the turn moves to the next player.
Rule # 6
If a token crosses the finish line, he/she gets another turn to roll the die.
If a token captures another player’s token, the capturer gets another turn to roll the die.
Rule # 8
These are safe fields for all tokens, irrespective of color.
Rule # 9
The token(s) must move out and travel around the board to make it into Home.
Safe field on/off
You can play Ludo, Parcheesi, Pachisi dice board game based on the original rules with safe fields or without (adjusted in settings).
In Greece, the game is called "Γκρινιάρης" [Griniaris] (Grumbler) referring to typical player behaviour.
In Italy, it is called "Non t'arrabbiare" (Don't get upset).
In Poland, Ludo is commonly referred to as "Chińczyk" (The Chinese), though an equivalent form to the German name also exists ("Człowieku, nie irytuj się!").
In Estonia, it is named "Reis ümber maailma" (Trip around the world).
In China, Malaysia and Singapore, it is called "飞行棋" or "飞机棋" (Airplane Chess).
In Sweden, Ludo is known as "Fia", a name derived from the Latin word fiat which means "so be it!". Other variations of the name are "Fia-spel" (Fia the game) and "Fia med knuff" (Fia with push).
In Vietnam, people call it "Cờ cá ngựa".
In Hungary, the game is called "Ki nevet a végén" (Who laughs at the end).
In Denmark and Norway though, the game is known as Ludo game.
Other names the game goes by:
Mens-erger-je-niet (the Netherlands),
Parchís or Parkase (Spain),
Le Jeu de Dada or Petits Chevaux (France),
Non t'arrabbiare (Italy),
Fia med knuff (Sweden),
Da' ngu'a ('Vietnam')
Fei Xing Qi' (China)
Some Arabic Pachisi variants are :
Barjis / Bargis (Palestine),
Barjis(s) / Bargese (Syria),