3D Tic-Tac-Toe

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1984/06 (Issue #12).Sound, color, and a three-dimensional playing board add new excitement to this old familiar game. After the title screen is displayed, both players enter their names and how many games they want to...

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Name 3D Tic-Tac-Toe
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Platform Commodore 64
Release Date 1984
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Mark Doyle
Publishers COMPUTE! Publications, Inc.
Genres Board Game
Max Players 2
Cooperative Yes
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Community Rating: 3
Total Votes: 1
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Overview
Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1984/06 (Issue #12).Sound, color, and a three-dimensional playing board add new excitement to this old familiar game. After the title screen is displayed, both players enter their names and how many games they want to play. A multicolored three-dimensional tic-tac-toe board then appears on the screen. The player with the joystick in port 1 goes first. To move the cursor, at the top left corner of the board, push the joystick left or right. When you get to the desired location, push the fire button and your marker will appear under the cursor. If there is already a marker in the space, a low noise will be heard and you will have to go elsewhere. Winning Combinations To win, you must get three of your markers in a straight line before your opponent does. They can be on one of the boards, or a combination of the three boards going diagonally or up and down. When you get a tic-tac-toe, your three pieces flash different colors and the winning sound is heard. The board is then cleared, and, if you specified more than one round in the beginning, you play again. If not, the score is displayed and the game is over.
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