Play free downloadable game of Snakes and Ladders, which is originated in India and known as Chutes and Ladders in the US. Select the number of players (2 to 4) and enter their names. Your computer rolls the dice for the players and moves on their colorful pawns in turn. You can climb a ladder or slide like a snake, on the basis of your chance factor. Version 1 includes unspecified updates.
What's new in this version: Version 1 includes unspecified updates.
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"It's nearly perfect!"
Version: 1888 Ladders Snakes Board Game 1
I always loved Snakes and Ladders, and I love that I can finally play it again.
It needs second, third, and fourth placings, and a tournament mode. Some different pieces would be nice too.
The ability to change the rules would be good: take no extra turns, take an extra turn on a six, take an extra turn on going up a ladder, take an extra turn on going down a snake. One, two, or three of the last three, or the first.
Updated on Sep 4, 2008
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