XNO has created a unique electronic 3D tic-tac-toe board that allows you to play against and connect with friends both locally and online. “You probably got bored of tic tac toe a long time ago. You were playing it wrong.” Offering a 4 x 4 x 4 game board the aptly named 4Play tic-tac-toe board has launched via Kickstarter this week to raise the required funds needed to make the jump into production. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the unique electronic tic-tac-toe game.
“4Play is the tic tac toe board you’ve been waiting for. It takes one of civilization’s oldest games and lets you play like you never have before. 3D tic tac toe doesn’t just have more lines to worry about; advanced wins demand unparalleled spatial planning and strategy. 4x4x4 is a first player win game if the first player moves perfectly. Though no human has ever mastered the insanely complicated strategy required, you might be the first.”
“4x4x4 tic tac toe can be played on a sheet of paper or on a computer. That’s how I used to play. But 2D projections make play annoying and learning difficult. A 3D board is essential for visualizing the game and building new strategies. 4Play is that and more. It can play against you, from easy to unbeatable difficulty, showing you what it takes to win. It can also connect to your iPhone or iPad (or Android, with enough support!), letting you play virtually against friends in online matchups over the internet. Beat others and rise in the ranks to prove your skill. The app is already available here on the app store for free—play on it to practice while you wait for your board to arrive! As this kickstarter gets more and more support, this app will get better and better, so be sure to get your board today!”
If this campaign is funded extra features will be added, including:
– Trophies and leaderboards — track your skill vs everyone else
– Timed games — keeping play fast and interesting
– Accounts — connect with friends or get revenge on your enemies
– Arranged online games — play with friends even if they aren’t nearby
Early bird pledges are available from $80 and delivery throughout the United States is planned to take place during December 2019, allowing you to get your hands on one of the first electronic tic-tac-toe games before the holiday season.
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