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Jul 19, 2013 | 5:53 PM EDT

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The point of the game is, to complete a square on your classmate behalf. To do this you must draw a line where your classmate WILL NOT take advantage of your move and complete a square. The game ends when no more lines can be placed. The winner is the one who scores the most points.

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elitherealninjaelitherealninja

Rated 0 / 5 stars July 25, 2013

makes shit look good



SaturneSaturne

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 24, 2013

I've played this game many times with paper and pencil as a child, so I've had a lot of practice with this. It's easy. Like seriously, some people in the reviews have missed out.
On another note, it's a bit annoying when the "classmate" has to zoom out for their turn.


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gracikgracik

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars July 23, 2013

The CPU logic is pretty bad to say the least. Instead of giving me a six block combo, when he was up 8 to 2. He gave me a 42 block combo, pretty much guaranteeing me a win. I mean how can you justify the logic for that? Shouldn't he have gone for the least combo move, as oppose to the opposite? Unless, your AI really is completely random.


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neworleansdudeneworleansdude

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars July 21, 2013

Well, it took me until my fourth try before I was able to win (61 to 19). It's not a bad game and I do remember playing games like this as a kid (with paper and a pencil and when dinosaurs roamed the land!). The biggest problem with this is that when you get a square you're able to keep going. So from the very beginning you have to try to set a few traps that lead to a 4 square and then snake like routes.

i think the game would benefit from being able to only take one square at a time.

The music was nice enough but I don't understand why you're trying to incorporate a sorta 3d arm into all of this.

You could do various levels.... like start with the idiot and then 4 or 5 stages later - wham...deal with the wizard.

It's good brain-candy, don't get me wrong, but I'm only going to play 2 or 3 more times on a larger scale then I'm done with it.



LORDOFWAR108LORDOFWAR108

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars July 21, 2013

why do i always have to go first it's not fair he always win