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The game starts out like a proper Ludo game; 4 pawns are put on their respective starting areas (in this case the coloured planets). In order to take out a pawn a player must roll a 6. It is then to be placed on the square with the arrow on it and always moved in that direction around the board.
When two players are on the same square they enter an attack phase. They roll a die each and whoever gets the bigger role gets to stay in place the other goes back on their planet. If the number is the same, players must reroll.
There are a few perks if you already have units on the grey planet (Ludia). During the attack phase you add the number of pawns you have on Ludia to the roll you got.
If a player is part of an attack in their territory (area indicated with a lighter shade of the colour) they add a +2 to their roll.
There are eight coloured circles on some of the squares. These are wormholes. If a pawn of the same colour gets on a wormhole with one on it, the player rolls again. If they roll a six, they can move to the wormhole with a two on it. If they fail to get a six, they can try again in the next rounds.
If a pawn lands on a wormhole of a different colour it will be unable to move in the next round.
There cannot be two pawns of the same colour on one square.
to win all four pawns of one colour must be on the grey planet.