"Perudo the second most addictive thing to come out of South America!"

Stephen Fry , Presenter

About Perudo

Perudo is a game which combines a South American handicraft with a compulsive version of Liars Dice. The games origins can be traced back to 16th century Peru and the conquest of the Inca race by the marauding Spanish. The leather editions of Perudo arrived in the UK in 1989, followed 3 years later by the Classic which is sold today worldwide.

Perudo, the game of liars dice

Perudo uses dice and is based on bidding how many dice of a certain number there are between the players involved. Perudo is a game of guess work, luck and bluff plus a degree of skill and guile. Players are eliminated as and when their bid is successfully challenged until such time that there is only one player left. Dice can be won and lost.

Perudo is a game for 2 or more players. It is a quick play game, the faster the more fun, highly addictive and thrives on interaction, distraction and banter. Critically there is no board so the game can be played anywhere by young and old alike.

With the introduction of Perudo mini in 2017, 5 leather versions of Perudo plus the bespoke service are all available by mail order via this website. All leather versions are still hand crafted by the same artisans in downtown Lima and Perudo still remains today loyal to its South American origins.

Perudo played on Pirates of the Caribbean

Watch the clip below to see how Perudo was responsible for one lie too many for Bootstrap Bill.