Margie Martinson-Brezina |
Really fun twist and upgrade to tic-tac-toe. Played just like tic-tac-toe but with pieces that can nest on top of others and be moved. It takes strategy to figure when to play the big ones that can’t be covered or the smaller that can. Plus you need to remember what is under the larger ones, because if you move it you might reveal your opponent’s piece and they now have three in a row.
Playing pieces are sturdy wood and this game is built to last. Bought this for a 6 year old and he loves it. We’ve played many times.