CubeTacToe is a new and challenging 3D interactive game that uses the familiar tic-tac-toe notation and layout, however, it's played across a 3 x 3 x 3 cube making it infinitely harder to win.
If you've always thought that Noughts & Crosses was a simple kid's game you could easily beat most of the time, then you haven't tried CubeTacToe.
Played across three dimensions against a computer that gets smarter with each game might be more frustrating, but it's certainly a lot more fun to beat! Can you get to 100 before the computer does?
Similar to noughts and crosses, the user (X) plays against the machine (0). The object is for each player to take turns in placing their respective symbols within the cube. The player who succeeds first in placing three respective symbols in a straight line either horizontally, vertically or diagonally on the same plane or across three planes, wins the game.
Unlike the simple child's game though, there is a twist... the computer has dibs on the centre square from the get-go! So instead of you whipping the computer nine times out of ten and getting bored very quickly, Cube-Tac-Toe will challenge you for endless hours.