Let the battle of the dice commence! Perudo is a version of the classic Peruvian game of liar dice which is part-luck and part-skill and is played by many celebrities. Perudo is an exciting game of guesswork, bluff and luck that can be played anywhere by anyone. Playing well requires an ability to deceive and also to detect your opponent's deception. Played by two to six players, each opponent begins with five dice hidden under a cup. The concept is simple, make a call of how many of one number dice you believe there are combined on the table, bearing in mind 1’s or ace are wild and can count as any number. 8 four’s or 12 two’s for example, the next player then has to increase the call either in the number of the dice of that value or the value of the dice for example 9 four’s or 12 three’s. Be careful though, the wrong call can have your opponent’s doubting you and calling ‘Dudo’, exposing your hand to see if your call could be the truth or if a little bit of bluffing has been occurring along the way! If there are not the correct number of the dice left on the table then the player challenged loses one of their dice. The winner is the last player standing with any dice left under their cup! There is no board, no setting-up, and no complicated rules. Perudo makes a perfect after dinner or travel game and is suitable for anyone aged 8 to 108!