Multiplayer Ludo

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Silvana Mansilla Senior editor

This review applies to version 1.2. The latest version of this software will soon be reviewed by our informers.

Multiplayer Ludo is a simple turn-based board game which is played with other players online or simply with the computer. It is necessary that the table includes four players or the game will not start.
To invite a player, you simply need to click on the name, and that person can accept or decline your invitation. The objective of the game is to get all your pieces (four) to the center arrow. But first you need to go all around the board. With each turn the players will roll the dice and will move the pieces according to the number obtained. However, you will need to roll a six before you can start putting pieces in the first square. but from them on, you can continue moving your pieces according to the combination you get. Moreover, two pieces cannot occupy the same space, so if your place is suddenly occupied by an opponent piece, you will need to start from the beginning. In addition to this, you need to move quickly, because if you run out of the time in a turn, the game is instantly over.

Once the game is over, you will be able to share your result via multiple social sites such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. Sadly, the game offers very simple graphics and sounds, and the music is very repetitive. A good thing is that you can turn it to mute from the Options menu.


  • Challenging and enjoyable.
  • You can play with other players online.
  • You can share your score via multiple social sites.


  • Very simple graphics.
  • Annoying music.

Publisher's description

This game is a simplified version of Pachisi. The 4 players take turn to roll a die and make a move. If you row a 6 then you can put one piece to the starting square, you can also roll again. After rolling you can move a piece on the square by the number show on the die. If you enter a place occupied by an opponent then you knock that opponent piece off the board and that piece must start all over again. Two pieces cannot occupy the same square. After a piece has moved the board once the piece shall go up the middle path to the center arrow, an exact throw is needed to move to the center arrow. The one who moved all the pieces to the center arrow wins.

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