Invention of Snakes and ladders
History of Ludo
Just like Ludo, Snakes and ladders is a popular game that originated in the country of India in the early centuries and was conventionally made out of morality. It is a kind of board game, that to date remains quite popular with the kids.
It is played with a minimum of two players and a maximum of four players, depending on the numbers from the dice, which suggests you to proceed on the numbers from 1 to 100 imprinted on the board.
Each of the checkers on the number of the board has different colors, and while some of them have ladders, which make you climb the numbers on the board, some have snakes, landing on which will bring you down to the bottom, where the snake’s tail ends. The first one to make it to the number 100 wins.
The game became quite popular in America when famous game pioneer Milton Bradley introduced it there in the year 1943.