Liar's Dice & Perudo
- Excellent Dice game originating in South America
- Similar to Liar's Dice
- Can be played by two or more players
- Lots of fun for all ages
- Involves skill and lots of luck
Said to have been passed down by the ancient Incas, Liar's dice is a classic game of bluffing and chance. Each player attempts to outbid, out bluff and outlast their opponent by issuing bids or challenges. The game can be seen in various guises - in recent times, Perudo has become the most popular variant. All forms are terrific fun for families, groups of friends or parties.
Perudo is a popular dice game played in Latin / South American countries. The origins of the game can be traced back to Peru in the 1500s during the time of the conquistadors.
It belongs to the family of games known as Liar's Dice which has many forms and variants.
This game consists of guessing how many dice, placed under cups, there are on the table showing a specific number. It can be played by 2 or more players and involves luck, judgement and lots of fun! The losing player for each round loses one of their dice. The last player to still keep a die (or dice) is the winner.
Contains small parts. Unsuitable for children younger than 4 years old.