A quick implementation of the 10 times tic tac toe! Arrows select the grid, Z to place a piece. Player 1 and player 2 alternate.
- You always start from the middle game
- Nothing happens if you win/lose the game
- There is no real enforcement of the rules, apart from the "you can only play in this grid".
Rules (from boardgamegeek):
Each cell of the 3x3 grid of the master-game is broken into a 3x3 grid for a mini-game of Tic-Tac-Toe. You play each mini-game of Tic-Tac-Toe normally to try and win that cell in the Master grid.
There is a twist to normal Tic-Tac-Toe play however. The first player can place their piece in any of the 91 min-board squares on the board. After that each player must move to the mini-game which their opponent sends them.
So if the first player plays in the top right square of one of the 9 mini-games, then the opponent must play their move in the minigame in the top right Master cell. Subsequent play follows the same rule.
There are two exceptions to this however for which you get an open turn and you may place your piece on any tile you like.
- Your opponent sends you to a tile that has already been won (either by you or them).
- Your opponent sends you to a tile which is full, and hence a tie.
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