The description of Tic Tac Toe
Play Tic Tac Toe game the classic XOXO paper-and-pencil or chalkboard game, also known as Noughts and Crosses or Xs and Os. The player who succeeds in placing three in the row of their marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row wins the game! This Tic Tac Toe glow in the market. Best games for boys. Cool Games for 6, 7, 8, 9 year old boys.
Tic Tac Toe 2 player is a perfect glowing game its a best match for 7 year or 6 year old games.
❌ You can play four various grids (3x3, 6x6, 9x9, 11x11)
❌ Mark 3 in the row, 5 in the row, 6 in the to win this game for children and elders.
❌ You can play two-player game or against the AI e.g. on a three-by-three grid. Tic Tac Toe 2 player mode
⭕ Noughts and crosses is a great crisscrossing game to encourage step-by-step logical thinking in your child.
⭕ Have fun with this classic OXOX Tic Tac Toe game online. Play noughts and crosses against a computer opponent or another player (This is a X and O game for two players).
⭕ Are you a Tic Tak Toe expert or just a beginner? Learn the perfect strategy to ensure you don’t lose while you wait for a mistake so you can win the game. Enjoy playing tic tac to.
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Greek: H τρίλιζα [Ι triliza]
Hungarian: Amőba [Amoeba]
Vietnamese: Cờ Ca-rô
Chinese: [Jǐng zì],井字
Spanish (Venezuela): La Vieja
Spanish (Colombia): Triqui
Spanish (Perú): Michi
Spanish: Equis Cero
Icelandic: Mylla (Mill)
Latvian: Desas (Sausages)
Estonian: Trips Traps Trull
(Jamaica): Tee Taa Toe
Romanian : x şi 0
Arabic: أكس أو (X O)
Serbian: Puta Nula, Iks Oks
English (Ireland): X's and O's
Spanish (Chile, México and Costa Rica): Gato or Elgato (cat)
Spanish (Argentina and Uruguay): Ta Te Ti
Danish: Kryds og Bolle (Cross and buns)
Bangladesh and West Bengal): Kata Kuti
Croatian: Križic Kružic (Circle and Cross)
Slovenian: Križci in Krožci (Crosses and Circles)
Chinese (Taiwan): Jǐngzìhyóusìh,井字遊戲
(Vietnam): Croa Zero, Cross Zero
Punjabi (Pakistan): Kaat kar ya Zero Pa
(Dominican Republic): Equis Cero (XO)
Afrikaans: Kruisies En Nulletjies
(South Africa): Kringetjies en Kruisies
Bulgarian: Морски шах (Sea Chess)
Marathi (India): Phulli Gola,पूर्णपणे फेरीत
English (USA): Tic Tac Toe, Tick Tat Toe,
English(UK, Ireland, Australia): Noughts and Crosses, Naughts and Crosses
Spanish (Spain, Bolivia and Ecuador): Tres En Raya (Three in a row)
Dutch: OXO, Boter Kaas En Eieren(butter cheese and eggs)
Dutch: Kruisje Nulletje (Little Cross Little Zero)
Hebrew: איקס עיגול [iks igul] (X Circle), איקס מיקס דריקס [iks miks driks]
Russian: крестики-нолики [krestiki-noliki] (little crosses littlle zeros)
Portuguese (Portugal)): Jogo Do Galo (the rooster game)
Portuguese (Brazil): Jogo Da Velha (game of the old lady)
German: Drei Gewinnt, XXO, Kreis und Kreuz, Dodelschach
German (Austria): Deppenschach (Idiot's chess)
Swedish: Luffarschack (hobo - tramp chess), Tripp Trapp Trull
Finnish: Risti Nolla (Cross Zero), Jätkänshakki (Workman's chess)
Italian: Tris, Tria, Filetto, Crocetta e Pallino, Cerchi e Croci
Hindi (India): Zero Kata, Kaat Koot, Katam Kataa, Phool aur Chaukadi,शून्य काटा
Japanese: Maru Batsu (circle strike), Sanmoku Narabe
Norwegian: Bondesjakk (Farmer's chess), Tripp trapp tresko, Tre på rad (“Three in a row”)