Adugo is a two-player strategy board game popular among the indegenous peoples of South America. It portraits a jaguar hunting dogs. In Brazil it is also known as "Jogo da OnÃ§a" (Portuguese for "Game of the Jaguar").
The game is asymmetric. There are fifteen pieces: one jaguar and fourteen dogs. Both move one space at a time per turn, starting with the jaguar. The jaguar can capture by the short leap, as in Checkers, but the dogs cannot capture. Each player has a different goal. The goal of the jaguar is to capture at least five dogs, while the the goal of the dogs is to block the movements of the jaguar.
The game is now available for the iPhoneÂ®, iPadÂ® and iPod TouchÂ® devices.