Ludo Supremo is a fun board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start
to finish according to die rolls. You can play it alone against one to three computer opponents or with a group of
friends or family.
In Ludo Supremo you must move all of your pieces from your yard into your home area. The first player to do so wins. To enter a piece into play from its yard to its starting square, a player must roll a 6. If a player has no pieces in play they get 3 tries to get a 6. Once a player has one or more pieces in play, he selects a piece and moves it forward along the track the number of squares indicated by the die roll. Players must always move a piece according to the die value rolled, and if no move is possible, pass their turn to the next player. Any roll of a 6 allows you to roll again whether you can use the 6 or not. If the advance of a piece ends on a square occupied by an opponent's piece, the opponent's piece is returned to its owner's yard. A player can only move pieces in its home area with moves equal to the dice roll. Once all 4 pieces are in the home area the player wins. This may be different than some other Ludo games where the home is at end of the home area.
Spend some quality family time playing Ludo Supremo today!