LEGO Ludo Game is LEGO set 40198-1. It has a score of 98. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 3 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 0.53% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Miscellaneous.
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Very nice game. Came as described
Perfect mix of Lego and the Classic boardgame Lido, what's not to like? Although a simple construction it still takes a while to build. It is colourful, functional and a decent novelty level with room to add on your own little extras if feeling creative. The game plays exactly like the original and can take a few hours to complete if played in a cut throat fashion, more fun this way with adults. It would have been better if the instructions were in four separate books as each player has to wait until the previous one has built their corner before the single book can be passed on. The spinner really need to be mounted on another base to allow it to spin properly and stop it sliding across the table. A proper dice works better if playing seriously, Ha! listen to me, this is still Lego, I am getting carried away here.... Great set, lovely in a collection but best when taken out and played with. Ps: there are 16 mini figs with it!
With the 10.2 cents per piece the 40198 LEGO Ludo Game is not a particularly cheap toy and a bit more expensive than traditional versions. The reason for the price is, of course, 16 minifigures and a number of large plates and a baseplate, all of which increase the price significantly. However, I can't find a way to call the price unfair. Unlike many other LEGO sets, the Ludo game comes with countless hours of easily customisable gaming sessions. The board, the figures, the rules — everything can be changed, and the size of your LEGO collection is the only limit. All in all, the set makes a very positive impression and we are looking forward to trying out more LEGO board games in the future.