Ludo Series II
100% silk twill scarf (90 x 90 cm)
Color: coquelicot/cornflower blue/cosmic cobalt/coral/bud green
Designed by Yaw Tony
Ref. : 001-2316-29408
Ludo (“I play”) is a strategy board game for two to four[a] players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to the rolls of a single die. Like other cross and circle games, Ludo is derived from the Indian game Pachisi, but simpler. The game and its variations are popular in many countries and under various names. In Germany, this game is called “Mensch ärgere dich nicht” (Man, don’t get upset), and has equivalent names in many other languages, such as Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, and Turkish. In Greece, the game is called “[Griniaris] (Grumbler) referring to typical player behaviour.In Italy, it is called “Non t’arrabbiare” (Don’t get upset). In North America, the game is sold under the brand name Parcheesi.
In Spain, it is called “Parchís” in Spanish and “Parxís” in Catalan.
In Colombia, it is called “Parqués”.
In Poland, it is commonly referred to as “Chinczyk”
In Estonia, it is called “Reis ümber maailma” (Trip around the world).
In China, Malaysia, and Singapore, it is called (Aeroplane Chess).
In Sweden, it is known as “Fia”, a name derived from the Latin word fiat which means “so be it!” Common variations on the name are “Fia-spel” (Fia the game) and “Fia med knuff” (Fia with push) In Denmark and Norway through, the game is known as Ludo.
In Vietnam, it is called “C cá nga”.
In France, it is called “Petits Chevaux” (Little Horse) or “Le Jeu de Dada” (The Game of Dada) (dada being a colloquial word for “horse”) and typically played with horse-headed pieces.
In Hungary, this game is called “Ki nevet a végén” (Who laughs at the end).
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