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Behrooz Shahriari
United Kingdom
London
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6.5
Aug 2009*
Used to play this with pencil and paper when we should have been doing maths or other work in lessons.

It's less easily solvable, (seemingly) winnable by either player and far harder to play perfectly.

Thus, it becomes an interesting game.
2009-08-16
Eric Wald
United States
Orem
Utah
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6
Mar 2007*
Played this frequently as an old computer game.
2007-03-09*
Glenn Laurent
United States
Lakewood
Colorado
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5
Nov 2013
Part of "The Book of Classic Board Games".
2007-03-20*
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David Schwenker
United States
Albany
New York
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5
Apr 2013
In The Book of Classic Board Games.

The title for this game is rather confusing as this is NOT 3D Tic Tac Toe (which has its own BGG entry) but rather something similar to Score Four (actually, I think it's exactly the same). Instead of trying to achieve three in row, you are attempting to achieve four - a small difference which surprisingly turns an un-playable game into one with some tactical play.

It's an alright game - benefited by the fact that it can be played anywhere with a pencil and paper - but it's also nothing exciting.
2013-05-01
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Dan Knudsen
United States
Nampa
Idaho
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4
Oct 2008*
Hmmm, it's better than regular Tic Tac Toe.. This one is a game you can play between two players in your heads when you are somewhere without any games. 3x3x3 isn't too bad to play this way. 4x4x4 is a bit tougher.
2009-10-12
Owned
Jhonna Niver
United States
Houston
Texas
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3.4
Jul 2009*
Given to Dwight and Gabriel

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Found it at a thrift shop - just something to play while out of the house at a tournament or waiting at a resaurant. The 3-D feature does not add much, it's still just tic-tac-toe.
2010-06-06
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James Campanella
United States
Hamilton
Virginia
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3
Nov 2006*
Plays about like the 2 dimentional one. After 3 or four times, I'm done.
2006-11-01*
Robert Seater
United States
Ashland
Massachusetts
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2
Nov 2007*
first player always wins. easily. every time.
2014-12-05
David Me
United States
Bowling Green
Kentucky
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Is this version any different from Qubic and other 3D TTTs that are said to be solved with first player winning?
2007-05-05*
Todd Redden
United States
Manchester
Connecticut
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A 3M Paper game
2008-06-29*
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Alfonzo Smith
United States
Hawthorne
California
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Handy but unnecesary.
2008-12-25*
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Lowell Kempf
United States
Chicago
Illinois
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While it has more depth than 2-d tic tac toe, it is still just a game of blocking. I am afraid it's chief virtue is novelty.
2009-09-04
Bayerisches Spielearchiv
Germany
Haar
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2013-09-18
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