April 24, 2010
To move pieces, players take turns rolling the single die located in the middle of the screen by simply tapping it. You must first, however, roll a six to move out of your starting zone. Once you do that, you just keep taking turns rolling the die and moving as many spots as it indicates. If you roll a six, you can choose to move another piece out of the starting point or move any of your pieces that number of spots. Sixes also give you a second turn. If you land on another player's piece, their piece is placed back into their starting point. That's pretty much the gist of it, and as you can see, the rules are basic enough that nearly anyone can play. Ludo board game for iPad allows you to play with two to four players, and you can set any player as human controlled or AI controlled. It also features very clean graphics, simple controls, and an autosave system to pick up where you left off even when you close the app. Ludo board game is normally priced at $3.99, but for the next week it will be available for free. Don't forget to tell all of your other iPad toting friends about this awesome deal.