orb3000 · Jul 15, 2010 at 09:00 am

Tic Tac Toe for WM

This all time classic game is now available for free in Windows marketplace. XDA member the0ne wrote a nice review of this intelligent game that learns from your moves so it´s harder to beat it as you progress. Amongst some of the other features, the game has one or two players capability, all blended in a nice graphic UI.
Unfortunately, it´s currently only available on marketplace in Unites States, but hopefully, this jewel will soon be available for other countries as well.
Also, a video can be found on original poster thread.

Originallyposted by the0ne
[ GAME] Best Tic Tac Toe FREE 1.0
The MOST BEAUTIFUL and SMARTEST version of classic TIC TAC TOE game EVER! With 3×3 and 6×6 game plays and multi-player support: play with phone or with your friends. Think of it as artificial Intelligence on your phone – a self-learning “Tic Tac Toe” that is hard to beat as it learns from yours and its own mistakes.

Features:

  • Beautiful and relaxing graphics
  • 1 and 2 player options – play with phone or with friends
  • Configurable player names and score tracking
  • Great for having fun with friends and kids!

You can find more information in the game review thread.


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