Cubit

Cubit

Noughts and Crosses (tic-tac-toe to North Americans) is brought into three dimensions as you play either a friend or the computer to be the first to line up four tiles in a row. Of course, as well as stopping your opponent making lines on one level,...

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Name Cubit
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Platform Amstrad CPC
Release Date 1984
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Mr. Micro Ltd.
Publishers Amsoft
Genres Board Game, Strategy
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 2.5
Total Votes: 1
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Noughts and Crosses (tic-tac-toe to North Americans) is brought into three dimensions as you play either a friend or the computer to be the first to line up four tiles in a row. Of course, as well as stopping your opponent making lines on one level, you've also got to keep an eye on them making lines that cross all four levels, if you see what I mean. However, this is easier said than done when you're playing the computer – maybe the human brain just isn't capable of visualizing the lines in 3D. It's probably better to play with a friend, although the controls are awkward; you have to press fire quickly twice to place a tile, and it often doesn't work.
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