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Its tic-tac-toe, played on your choice of a 2D (4x4) or 3D (4x4x4) grid of dots. There are 15 levels of play. Level 0 is an easy little-kid-friendly 2D game. Level 14 is a mind-bending (but winnable) 3D mental challenge. Any level can be selected at any time. So keep it fast and simple when you want to occupy a few idle minutes. But when you feel like really focusing hard, increase the level to a 3D game with wild (shared) dots, blocked dots and a fiendish timed play mode that blacks-out previously-selected dots when you take too long to move. Skill development and win-loss performance are charted for up to five players, for last 200 games played. The 3D grid can be viewed from any side or angle you choose, then locked down. Six randomly selected post-game animations reward a win. Kids love these but you can turn them off to speed play. In addition to playing against the device, you can play someone else, either sharing the same device or using two devices. Its great for quiet play in the back seat of the car. To handicap players of different ages, or improve your chances against the device, assign different quantities of undo and best moves.Choose from ten languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Chinese.Other features include: sound, player name entry, a move-to animation for easy dot placement observation, a hand-pointer control for precise 3D dot selection and automated game setting saves.
Price USD0.99
License Purchase
File Size 2.52 MB
Version 2.0
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.
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