Tic Tac Toe - A Game For Buddies

Creating a Tic-Tac-Toe board is as easy as drawing two
horizontal lines and two vertical lines.

The nine squares that result should be about the same size.

The players decide who will be the Os and who will be the
Xs and who will go first.

The first player has the advantage so it is only fair for the
players to alternate who goes first.

Each player aims to get three of his own mark in a row –
horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

To play, the first player makes his mark, an X or an O, in
one of the squares.

The players continue to take turns making their marks as
they try to get three in a row and block their opponent from
doing the same.

The first player to get three in a row draws a line through his
marks and calls out, “tic-tac-toe!” to win the game.

If neither player is able to complete a line of three marks, the
game is considered a draw.


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