Snakes And Ladders is a worldwide classic board game. Navigate the pieces along the dice, climbing the ladder from the beginning to the end of the level.
The game is very popular in western countries. Originated in India as Moksha Patam and it was brought to Great Britain in the 1890s. It is played on a board game with numbered squares. Some random squares will have ladders and some random squares will have snakes.
Use dice to dice random numbers and go square by square. If you dice the correct square containing the ladder, you'll be climbing and leaping, closer to the finish line. If you dice the right snake square, your current position will be moved back to the starting line and further away from the finish line. This is a random game, there is no way to help you avoid the squares containing snakes. It all depends on your luck betting on this game. Whoever is luckier than that person will finish first.
There must be at least two players and you and your opponent to start on the same starting line. You will dice first. Dice random numbers and go square by square. If you roll a 6, you get another roll of the dice until your dice no longer roll out a 6. Whoever comes first is the winner.
The game can be played with a minimum of two people and a maximum of four people. See how lucky you are in this game against another opponent.
Player vs player: Invite more of your friends to play this game. If you don't have real tools, this game will be very convenient for you. You just need to click on the dice, the system will move your snake into each square according to your dice number.
Play vs computer: The game can be enjoyed alone. If you don't have anyone to play with, you can choose this mode and play against AI.