When was Ludo invented?
The great Mughal emperor Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar used to play live Pachisi by using his harem girls. Other variations of the Pachisi game were introduced to England around late nineteenth century. One of these versions which appeared around the year 1896 was successfully patented under the name Ludo.
Who invented the game of Ludo?
It's a tired, old British board game having origins in medieval India that Vikash Jaiswal developed for mobile phones. Ludo King, published by his gaming startup Gametion, has topped the list since May 2017 with more than 50 million installations on Android phones.
Where did the game Ludo originated from?
Ludo is a traditional board game, typically of a square shaped board that originated from India. The name Ludo came from England in 1896. Its first name (before it was called Ludo) was pachisi (in India).
Which country made Ludo king?
Ludo King. Ludo King is an Indian free-to-play mobile game application developed by Indian studio Gametion Technologies Pvt Ltd. Gametion is owned by Vikash Jaiswal.