The ever-popular games that can get us through times of boredom are some of the best ways to enjoy oneself with friends in a pseudo-competitive environment while having some fun. In the case of TicTacToe, which for all practical purposes, is the first multi-player head-to-head strategy game, all you need is a piece of paper, a pen, a friend, and you are good to go. However, being that XDA is all about taking an existing concept and expanding it into oblivion, some of our members have taken this seemingly complete concept and mixed it with yet another dash of mind bending lunacy. What if I told you that there is a version of TicTacToe in beta that allows you to play with a bunch of people, at the same time? Interested? If you are then you should definitely check out the new beta version of Tic Tac Cubed by XDA Forum Member pizzaforbreakfast.
Tic Tac Cubed is like a regular TicTacToe game with the added difference that instead of playing it on a 2-dimensional grid, you play it on a cube that somewhat resembles a Rubix cube. A cube has 6 faces, and because of that, you will be playing 6 games of TicTacToe at the same time. Of course, as if that weren’t mind bending enough, the developers decided to add a few extra twists to the already twisted equation with power ups that you can use to annoy the lights out of people competing against you. The game features an online system that will allow you to play against friends (which you can have in your contact’s list) or completely random strangers.
As previously stated, the game is in beta right now, and as such, many things are disabled. The devs are interested in ironing out any and all bugs before final release and will progressively release updates with more features enabled to test. Please take the game for a spin and provide any feedback that you deem necessary such as features requests or bugs. Have fun!
The beta build will be stripped of some things. We will only have 1 or 2 power ups available when we first send it out.
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