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This is a 3 dimensional version of the classic tic tac toe game. This game was originally created with Flash 5 in January of 2001. The goal was to create a game to test Flash's new Action Script language to see if Flash had evolved enough to create the type of games I wanted. This game is also part of the Blazing Games Guide to Flash Game Development eBook.
When the 4 menu buttons appear, click on the one you want to start.
The way you win this game is by forming a line consisting of four of your pieces while preventing your opponent from doing the same. We will be looking at the various types of winning lines later on in the instructions. The board is made up of 4 layers. Each of these layers is made up of 4 rows and four columns.You may place your piece on any of the 64 locations available, but can not place a piece on an occupied location. As with tic tac toe, 3D Tic Tac Toe is a turn based game. This means that the first player makes a move, and only after he or she has made a move can the second player make a move. By Tic Tac Toe tradition, the first player is assigned X and the second player is assigned O. In single player mode, the computer always plays player 2.
Lines can be formed horizontally, vertically, or elevated. Combinations of the 3 are also allowed. There are a lot of ways to win (or lose) the game
This game requires the Flash Player 6 or greater plugin be installed in your brower.
You can get this plugin at the Adobe web site by clicking here.
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