Perudo is a version of liar dice which is part-luck and part-skill. This exciting game of guesswork, bluff and luck can be played anywhere by anybody, through consummate liars do have an advantage. The combination of deception, skill and laughter make it the perfect after dinner game. There is no board, no setting up and no complicated rules which makes it an ideal travel game. Each player starts by having five dice and a cup, which is used for shaking the dice and concealing your dice from your opponent. This game can be played by two or more players and consist of each player predicting how many dice of certain numbers (one, sixes etc.) is hidden under the cup. The player who loses a round loses one of their dice. The winner is the player who retains a die at the end. Perudo's famous fans include Stephen Fry, Sting, Hugh Laurie, Richard Branson and Jonathan Ross. An annual Perudo Championships is held in October/November across the UK, with finals taking place at the famous Groucho Club. The game is for 2 - 6 players and suitable for ages 8 years and up.
Contents: 6 cups, 1 lid, 30 dice, 1 cloth pouch, 1 rule book
Warnings: Not suitable for children under 36 months, small parts, choking hazard.