Adugo is a two-player abstract strategy game that comes from the Bororo tribe on the Pantanal region of Brazil.
It is a hunt game similar to those found in Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. It is especially similar to Komikan, Rimau, Rimau-rimau, Main Tapal Empat, and Bagha-Chall as they all use an Alquerque based board. Adugo is therefore specifically a tiger hunt game (or tiger game). Komikan may actually be the same game as Adugo. Komikan is the name given by the Mapuches in Chile.
In Adugo, the jaguar is hunting the dogs. The jaguar ( Panthera onca) is called "onça". The dogs are called "cachorro". The game is also known as Jaguar and Dogs.
It is thought that the Spanish brought Alquerque to the Americas, and this accounts for the use of the Alquerque board in this game.