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    The first to get three in a row wins!

    Requires a nimble brain and agile prefrontal cortex to adjust strategy to this evolving game board.

    On each turn, you can place a piece of your color or move the entire playing grid.

    A World War II soldier created Tic Tac Two as a way to help him and his comrades pass the time in a foxhole. It’s like Tic Tac Toe, only better for your brain, which is no surprise for a game created by a member of the Greatest Generation.

    What makes Tic Tac Two better? For starters, this solid wood strategy game has 25 spaces instead of nine. But the real fun (and brain workout) begins when players pick up the smaller grid of nine spaces and move it around the larger board to either win the game or block their opponent. Play this addictive game over and over and you’ll never see the same strategy twice!

    Brain Health Expert Says:

    "A constantly shifting perspective requires a nimble brain and agile prefontal cortex as you adjust strategy to the evolving game board."

    Tic Tac Two

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    How to Play:

    Players choose X or O before play begins. On your turn, you may either place a peg within the grid or move the black grid to a different location on the wooden board.

    How to Win:

    Get three in a row of your symbol either horizontally, vertically, or diagonal.


        Tic Tac Two Rules .PDF


    Additional Information

    format skills game
    number of players 2 players
    number of players 2
    manufacturer recommended age

    The Marbles BrainCoach says...

    Another great classic with an added element of surprise…I like the additional spaces to improve your strategy or spoil the strategy of your opponent. When you think the board has come to an end, you simply move the grid to begin an entirely new challenge.

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