Tic Tac Toe for Kindle is a fun game for the whole family.
You can check out the Tic Tac Toe Videos Page for videos on how to play. This post is a short introduction.
Here’s what Tic Tac Toe looks like -
It’s hand-drawn images and looks beautiful. At least we think so.
What features does Tic Tac Toe for Kindle have?
- Low $1 Price.
- Hand-drawn graphics.
- 3 difficulty modes.
- 2 player mode.
- Statistics that track how you did in the current session and how you’ve done in total.
There’s also a Help Section that gives details on how to play Tic Tac Toe.
How to Play Tic Tac Toe
For 1 Player vs Kindle -
- Choose a Difficulty Level.
- Choose either Xs or Os. Xs always get to start first.
- You get a game screen with a 3 by 3 grid.
- Aim of the game is to create a row of 3 of whichever out of X or O you have chosen. The row of 3 can be vertical, horizontal, or diagonal.
- You have to create a row before your opponent can. The person with X, who starts first, has an advantage – if she wins then O doesn’t get to complete his last move.
Often, neither X nor O will win and you will end up with a draw.
Kindle in Hard Mode is very difficult to beat. A draw is as good as a win. A win is worth celebrating.
Kindle in Medium Mode is quite beatable.
Kindle in Easy Mode is very easy to beat.
For 2 Players -
- Choose ’2 Player Mode’ from the Menu.
- Player 1 chooses either X or O. Note that X always gets to start first.
- The Player who has X makes a move. Then he passes it to the player who has O and she makes a move. This continues until one of them wins or there’s a draw.
More to come soon.