Ludo is a classic board game that traces its history back to the time of the Pandavas (remember Shakuni & his Shadyantras!). The board game was then known as Chaupar, infamous for the tussle between the Pandavas & Kauravas!
Ludo is one board game that is found in every Indian household. Remember all those childhood afternoons spent playing Ludo, and flipping over the board when you started losing?! Well, we know it was difficult for those visually challenged to enjoy the board game. Exactly the reason to bring before you the braille version of Ludo board game.
Made of solid wood, this Ludo board game comes with a Braille dice, and metallic Braille dots that'll help the person playing the game have a smooth and fun play experience all along. Roll on guys!
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How to play Braille Ludo?
Set up the Ludo board; place all your pieces onto the coinciding colour pocket.
Decide who goes first by the roll of the die. Whoever rolls the highest number goes first.
You need a six to bring your pawn to the play area of the board game.
Take turns to roll the die and determine how many spaces does the pawn move on the Ludo board.
Capture the opponent's pawn by landing on the same tile. Once this happens the opponent's pawn has to go off the play area of the board game.
Ludo board game continues until all the pawns reach the home area of the board game.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. What is the material used?
Braille Ludo is made of solid wood material.
2. How is Braille Ludo different from normal Ludo?
Braille Ludo board game is curated specially for the visually challenged. The board game uses braille tactile system to ensure a smooth play experience.
3. Which country invented Ludo?
Ludo board game, or Pachisi originated in India around the 6th century. The earliest evidence of the board game is the depiction of boards on the caves of Ajanta!
4. What happens if you get three sixes in a turn of the Ludo board game?
Your throws are negated & you have to roll the die again.
5. Is Ludo a game of skill?
Yes. Although the roll of die in the Ludo board game depends on luck, a major part of the game also depends on the player's decisions on how to use their moves.