Ludo and Snake Ludo are classic board games that have entertained generations. Let’s delve into their fascinating descriptions:
Snakes and Ladders (Moksha Patam):
- Origin: This ancient Indian board game, known originally as Moksha Patam, is now regarded as a worldwide classic.
- Gameplay: It is played between two or more players on a gameboard with numbered, gridded squares. The board features a series of “ladders” and “snakes,” each connecting specific squares.
- Objective: Players navigate their game pieces from the start (usually the “1” grid square) to the finish (top square) by rolling a die. Ladders help players ascend, while snakes hinder their progress.
- Rolling the Dice: Players take turns rolling a single die to move their tokens. If a player rolls a 6, they get an extra turn.
- Winner: The first player to reach the last square wins1.
Whether you’re climbing ladders or avoiding snakes, these games offer suspenseful adventures and delightful moments! 🎲🐍