Tic Tac Toe is probably the simplest of all board games. It has been around for millennia, having origins that could be traced back to ancient Egypt.
Now, we are pleased to present our own HTML5 version of this two-player game: Tic Tac Toe with Friends.
Our team infused a more modern and fun flavor to this classic game. Players will be delighted by the added fun features while enjoying its casual gameplay.
This game first matches a player with another person who is online. If there is no other player available, an AI bot will automatically be the replacement.
The two players are then assigned either an X or an O as their mark (hence the British name ‘Noughts and Crosses’). Whoever gets the X will start first.
Players take turns marking the spaces on a 3 x 3 grid. A 25-second time limit for making a move is imposed on the players for a quicker, more exciting game.
The first person to place 3 of their marks in a straight line (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) wins the match.
We have included several elements to make this simple game more enjoyable.
Users can choose to play a cheerful piano tune in the background. Background music and sound effects can of course be turned off in the Options.
You can also select your own avatar. There are currently 8 to choose from, 4 male and 3 female characters.
In addition, you can enter your nickname. The system even accepts emojis (those officially recognized by the Unicode standard, like the ones available on getemoji.com).
Like our 4 in a Row two-player game, Tic Tac Toe with Friends also has a chat functionality. This makes the game even more interactive and engaging. You can similarly use emojis in the chat box.
We employed HTML5 technology to build this game. HTML5 games have the benefit of being cross-compatible and highly portable. Tic Tac Toe with Friends works well on a vast majority of modern devices and operating systems.
We have given the classic game Tic Tac Toe a new spin. Players will enjoy its familiar gameplay with additional fun features, like avatars and a chatting system.
And since it was built using the HTML5 game engine, this version of the widely familiar board game is playable on any device with a web browser.
Click here to play this game.
If you would like to license this game, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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