Ludo King™ is board game played between friends, family & kids. Recall your childhood!
Ludo King is the modern version of the royal game of Pachisi, a game played between Indian kings and queens in ancient times. Roll the dice to play and move your tokens to reach the center of the board. Beat the other players to become the Ludo King.
Ludo King follows the traditional rules and the old school look of the Ludo game. The game has evolved throughout the centuries to come to your mobile phone. Just like the kings and queens of India’s golden age, your fate depends on the roll of the dice and your strategy of effectively moving the tokens.
Features of Ludo King:
• No internet connection required! Play against the computer.
• Play with your family and friends through Local and Online Multiplayer.
• Play with 2 to 6 Players in Local Multiplayer Mode.
• Play Online Multiplayer Mode in 9 competing game rooms.
• Invite and challenge your Facebook Friends in a Private Game Room and beat them to become Ludo King.
• Play with world players and make them your buddies.
• Private Chat with your Facebook friends & Buddies.
• Express yourself by sending emojis to your opponents.
• Play Snake and Ladders on 7 different gameboards.
• Simple rules which can be followed by players of all ages.
• Graphics with a classic look and the feel of a royal game.
Play the game of Kings with your family and friends. While the gameplay might seem simple at first, the game is immensely enjoyable and challenging. It’s fun for the whole family; You’ll be playing this one for hours. Try to beat your opponents and compete for the highest scores on the leaderboards.
How to play Ludo King:
The objective of the game is pretty straightforward; each player gets 4 tokens, these tokens must make a full turn of the board and then make it to the finish line. Whoever gets all four tokens to the end first is the winner. However, each move can only be made based on the number decided by casting a six-sided die, and each token can only move out of their home by casting a six. Additionally, the competition factor of the games is upped by the fact that while moving if another player’s token lands on the same square as your token, then your token will automatically be sent back home and you’ll need to roll a six again.
Another nostalgic game similar in structure is Snakes and Ladders. Like Ludo, you may have played this board game when you were young. Ludo King now incorporates this classic game as a whole new level. The objective of the game is simple: you start on 1 and you have to be the first one to make it to 100. However, you can only move the same number of tiles as the number you roll on a die. As the name suggests, the board is also littered with snakes and ladders. If you land on the same tile as the beginning of a ladder, then you can take the ladder as a shortcut and move on up. But if you land on the mouth of a snake, then down you go to its tail. A game of ups and down, Snakes and Ladders has been a favorite for generations; and now you can play it too, with Ludo King.
Ready to roll the dice?! Make your move and become Ludo King.
- Race to be the "King of Kings". Participate now and get rewards! Daily, weekly & monthly winners in Leaderboard!!!
- Win or lose! Get a chance to get back your coins
- In app purchase Offers available
- Other UI enhancements
Ratings and Reviews
Addictive but it’s pre-programmed and hacked
Though the game is extremely addictive, after playing 100s of games now I have reached to the conclusion that this game is pre-programmed and hacked by some smart hackers. Pre-programmed because in every game now I have started predicting the dice number of an opponent player will show which will not be in favour of me. And guess what 90% of times my prediction is correct... and I think game is hacked by some folks because their Logic is to wait until the red alert starts beeping and then after rolling the dice the expected number the dice would throw. In either of above cases I lose the game irrespective how smartly I play my strategies. I am saying all this not because I lost some games but I concluddd this because I knew I am loosing the game when I was on verge of winning. After 100s of such experiences I have lost full interest in your game and soon will be saying bye bye to you if you don’t fix these problems quickly. Do note - I am not playing your game for free. I have paid you certain amount for coin double
Addictive game but faulty algorithms
The game is no doubt very addictive. But having played many games I find that it tries to balance the outcome most times by giving the losing player a chance to win the game and in the process making the winning player lose many times. For eg. if you are winning a game it starts giving you all the wrong numbers while giving the losing opponent all the right ones. Due to this the winning player, who would have actually played the game much more smartly, can end up losing. After sometime this becomes so obvious and frustrating. In a recent game I had my last peg just 2 steps from home and the opponent had all 4 pegs far way from home. Guess who won. I’ve since lost interest in the game. I’m therefore giving a 3 rating.
This game is an insult to the Pachisi, the royal game of kings and queens of India. As a matter of fact, throughout the game you have a 99% of winning chances until you need that one dice point to make it to the centre which it just doesn't happen to give and let's the opponent. Also, if you are playing with any online multiplayer, be ready to lose every freaking time because you just cannot win in this application. I'm fed up, so much. It also lets you buy money at cheaper costs so that you feel happy but makes you lose it even faster and you are caught in the cycle of futile expenditure. God bless Gametion what a business
- 141.4 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 Gametion
- In-App Purchases
- Buy Coins Box 2 ₹ 159
- Buy 10K Game Coins ₹ 79
- Ludo King - Ads Free ₹ 249
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.