Sunday, January 5, 2014

Tic-Tac-Toe Across Ten Boards; New Game 'Ten', From Developers of OLO game - iOS App



Tic-Tac-Toe (a.k.a. Naughts and Crosses) is boring right? If both players are pretty smart, the game will usually always end in a tie. From the developers of the game OLO, is a new game (by Sennep) called Ten.  Ten, will test your mind, your ability to plan ahead, strategize, and control your opponent. It's tic-tac-toe on a whole different level.

In Ten, you play the familiar game but across 10 boards, with a few different playing rules.

In Ten, there is 9 'small games' of tic-tac-toe (and the 1 overall game). You must win the small game to take the square, so you can then make a line of three. The catch is; Wherever you take your turn, dictates which square your opponent will have to take their next turn.  

The concept is a lot easier than I probably make it sound, but you can probably understand from the image above. So for example, say it's my turn (I'm circle) and I tap the first circle in the first square, in second row. My opponent will then have to choose from one of the dots in first square at the top left. If I had of tapped the middle circle of the same square, then my opponent would of only being able to pick from the middle square.

If you're not understanding the game - don't worry the game has helpful guide at the start that explains the rules better than me.

Ten features; 
- A fun contemporary take on the classic.
- One or two player modes.
- Turn-based online multi-player.
- And different color themes.

If you love tic-tac-toe, but felt it was either to easy, or boring because it always ended in a tie, this game is for you. It's much more awesome. Ten will make your brain work! I think this game is up their with classic games like Chess, in terms of strategy. You'll always have to stay one step ahead.  
 
Play against your friends, family, online opponents, or the computer. It may take you a couple rounds to 'get' the game, but it's a lot of fun and it's FREE!

Ten is available for iOS (designed for iPhone and iPad), and can be downloaded from the App Store


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