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3D Tic Tac Toe

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Networked play 3D Tic Tac Toe. Play against a friend over any TCP/IP network. There are 4 boards, each has 4 columns and 4 rows. Play like regular Tic Tac Toe on any single board, but the game also can span boards. Same position in each board wins as well, even diagonally. That's not all, you can also span boards by counting up or down. That means, Board 1, Cell 1, Board 2, Cell 2, Board 3, Cell 3, Board 4, Cell 4. It can also be backwards and also go diagonally. There are approximately 68 different ways to win. The boards are movable and resizeable. There are known bugs of lost connections and re-sizing the boards on some systems may deteriorate the image quality.

Year 1999
Operating System Windows

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