- Game Board: A board with 100 squares (10x10), similar to Snakes and Ladders. There are ladders (which help players advance quickly) and ukuleles (which cause players to go back a few spaces).
- Game Pieces: These can be shaped like little ukulele picks. You can use different colors to distinguish the players.
- Die: A regular six-sided die for movement.
Game Setup: Each player places their piece on the start square (1).
Game Play: On their turn, each player rolls the die and moves their piece forward that number of spaces.
- Ladder: If a player lands on a square that shows the base of a ladder, they get a "lucky strum" and they can "climb" right to the top of the ladder, advancing them further in the game.
- Ukulele: If a player lands on a square with a picture of a ukulele, they have "played a bad note". They must move back to the last ukulele string on the board, which represents different musical notes.
Winning the Game: The first player to reach or exceed square 100 after rolling the die wins. If a player rolls a number that would take them beyond the 100th square, they need to roll again on their next turn.
This should serve as a great basis for your game! You can always modify and add more rules, like special cards that give players certain advantages or unique game pieces to collect throughout the game. I hope this helps, and best of luck with your board game project!