Tic Tac Toe – some exercise for your brain

Tic Tac Toe is what it is – an Android version of the popular paper and pencil game. It is small-sized, simple to setup, quick to play and fun. Besides you will get some exercise for your brain too.

You probably know the rules but here’s a quick overview just in case – you get a grid with nine small squares and the goal is to make a row of symbols, which will give you the victory. It is fast gameplay here but you must think in order to win. Speaking of this you can play against the computer or against a human opponent, it is up to you. You can also select the difficulty level – there are three of them offering you a choice among Easy, Medium and Hard.

Tic Tac Toe is definitely a game that will bring some more fun into your life along with exercise for your brain. Once you play it you will realize how deep and complex this game is and you will definitely have fun with it.

You can find the game here on Google Play.

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