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Weight: 700 grams (estimated)
Average Rating: 4.6 in 10 reviews
My friend and I brought the game at the goodwill, I will tell you it's the money I spent in a very long time! We play in starbucks, on the beach, in the car and at home. We just could not get enough of the game. Everywhere we play people stop us to ask about the game.
It is great to see that there are people out there that remember this game. My dad, who is in his 60's, and I play this almost everytime I visit him. He still has the original game although now the pins have been replaced with nails.
I decided to make him a new game out of solid walnut and zebra wood. If you would like to see a picture of the game, send me an email and I will send you a picture.
My 12 boys thought it was a great game. Made ours with a board, finishing nails and 'pony beads(every crafts store in America has them for a buck a bag.)Taught other leaders about the game. Does the company ever plan on making it again? They are losing money every time I play it with somebody and they see how easy it is to make. I sure it teaches boys spatial reasoning and planning ahead. We even played with teams, having each boy take a single turn and allowing the next boty on a team to take the next turn. Fantastic Game
We played this in the physics/chemistry lab at lunch during high school, and anyone who tried it loved it. I lost my copy long ago, and was trying to recall the name to see if it is around when I ran into this. Would be Awesome if someone tried to market it again.
Played this game as a kid with my father. Spent hour trying to out smart each other... However, the game disappeared. I've been trying to find another game with no luck at all. If anyone has a hot tip as to where one can find another game, I'm all ears!!!
I owned this game as a teenager and loved it.
It is a 3-D tic tac toe game, played in a 4x4x4 3-D space, and 4 in a row wins. This game is not sold anymore. I make my own by hand and everyone who plays it loves it too! Even more interesting to me is that in untold hundreds or thousands of games I have played and watched, I've never seen a tie! Someone always wins. Once it came down to the VERY LAST play, which was set up to be a win. But then we noticed an earlier win that neither of us had seen! This is a truly excellent strategy game requiring an incredible amount of energy imagining 'abstract spatial relationships'. It's not as challenging as Chess nor Go, but likewise it is utterly simple to learn and to play. Well worth it!
The 3 dimensional game of tic tac toe has 3 levels of playing. you can get tic tac toe on one of the levels or up and down, using all three levels. You can also get get tic, tac, toe diagonally, again, using all three levels. What I like about it is that it makes you think, and put a strategy together.
I love this game. If you're good at mental, spatial imaging it can be a very compelling and fun game when playing against the right person.
I played it all the time when I was a kid and recently dusted it off to great reviews by my nephews and nieces. They said it's like a 3d 'Connect-4', but had never seen the game before. Frankly, I'm surprised this game isn't sold anymore (I can't seem to find any new copies of it), I think it'd be a sure-fire seller if marketed correctly-
No family should be without this quick playing little abstract game in their closet. It's been around for years and can be an interesting deversion for children or a test of wits for two chess grandmasters.
When I was in college we kept one of these games in the dorm lounge. It was played around the clock.
I was very disappointed when I discovered that this game is almost the exact same game as Connect 4.
Sure, Connect 4 is kind of fun. It's better than Tic Tac Toe, but it is not very engaging. Well why pay more for a Score Four when you can get Connect Four for less?