The popular board game Snakes and Ladders, also known as Chutes and Ladders in various regions of the world, has a long and illustrious history. 

Snakes and Ladders is a classic board game where players take turns rolling dice to move their pieces along a numbered grid. The objective is to be the first to reach the final square, usually numbered 100. Ladders let you climb forward, while snakes send you backward. It's a simple, luck-based game often used to teach counting and probability to children.

Snakes and Ladders, also known as "Moksha Patam," originated in ancient India as a teaching tool for ethics and religion. Over time, it spread to other cultures, with England introducing it as "Snakes and Ladders" in the 19th century, and the United States adopting the name "Chutes and Ladders." The game transitioned from its moral and spiritual roots to a more recreational focus. 

Snake and ladder

 In the 20th century, as the game gained popularity, it became commercialized. Game developers standardized their design and rules, making it a popular children's game worldwide. Additionally, various countries and regions have created their own game adaptations, introducing different square counts, rules, and themes.

One of our bestsellers, Forest Run, is also inspired by Snakes and Ladders. It's a game based on a forest theme. Race against your opponents and be the first player to cross the victory tile to win the game. It has unique features, like 

  • CONTROLLING OPPONENTS - Logically control the moves of your opponents and slow them down, making them fall on monster tiles and landmines or prevent yourself from falling on monster tiles or landmines
  • SPELLS AND RESOURCES - Acquire spells to pave your path to victory, collect resources, and manage them wisely to make additional spells. Strategize to step on friend tiles and move quicker!

Snakes and Ladders is a straightforward but entertaining game that has endured over time. With its origins in moral and spiritual instruction, it has become a well-known and adored board game played by players of all ages worldwide.