Surely you are taking a game on the road to shorten a long time on plane, train or ship. Now it can keep you company when under quarantine ... instead of leisure by the sea.
I had no idea that this board game, which everyone knows, comes from ancient India. Pictures of the game were found in the cave as early as in 6th century. It had the name Pachisi. The official name of Ludo was patented in England in 1986. This version is as we know it. Board, dice and figures. In other parts of the world they call her "Man, don't be angry.“ The travel version is much smaller than the classic version and is mostly wooden. There are holes in the playing field so that the figured don't fall. So don't be angry and have fun!
Chess is more than 1500 years old. Wonder or not, the game called Chaturanga also comes from India, over time it spread to Persia and farther into the world. The game charmed mainly the Muslim world, and then got to the south of Europe.
Over time, the rules changed. The current form of the game dates back to the 15th century. Although we have not yet deciphered the secret of this “game of kings” with my mother, we are still trying. We love our travel version. A folding metal mat with tiny figures, which are actually magnets, is simply cute. Maybe thanks to quarantine we put on a small chessboard again and try a few moves ...
This game was originally called Criss Cross and was invented in 1931 by architect Alfred Mosher Butts, who liked various games such as bingo and dice Mr. James Brunot then modified the puzzle and crossword a little and renamed it Scrabble and began selling the game in 1948. Since then, many variations have emerged, they are even selling Scrabble in Braille. The travel version has bounded boxes to keep words from falling apart. Have a success in finding words…
We wish you a lot of health, ending of all restrictions soon ... and luck in the game!