Equilateral Thinking

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Our first game ever! A unique play on the classic tic-tac-toe game with two game modes, player vs. computer and player vs. player. Try to win the game by making combinations as shown in-game. The game is completely mouse-driven. Featuring music by Krupinkin

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Good game. Wacky display things.

It's a little difficult at first to remember the winning combinations, which makes it fun. AI seemed pretty good. I don't know how much of a replay factor it has, though. I played, I had fun, but I'm just going to leave it alone now, you know?

Plus, as skala alluded to, the instructions do some wacky things. They don't seem to completely fade away as you're going through them, and the "next" button always seemed to be in the text. It also seemed like there could be a better way to highlight the winning moves; sometimes it moved too fast and sometimes too slow.

not bad

its a cool idea but the only thing i really found bad was that the first instructions page got stuck in the left side and it made everything else hard to read. but its not too bad still fun game


But, as tic tac toe, there's a way to win, regardless of opponent's moves. you only need to begin with a tiles in a corner of the pyramid... it's a bit frustrating (as ttt...)

However, 5/5, 9/10 :)

not bad work but predictable

I found this game to be fun but after a while i started to notice the patern of placement was dependant on weither i win or lose might try tweeking that the only other thing that bothers me is that my computer opponent gets the first and last move i understand its an odd number of spaces but i do feel slitely jipped all in all not a bad game though i enjoyed it

BlueTreeFactory responds:

I considered letting the player begin, but I found that the game was too easy. I also considered randomizing it, but as you'll agree that doesn't really solve the problem. Besides, it's our first game ever, so please criticize as much as you can, so that we can make our future games better!

good idea but i couldn't win

it seemed that if you picked the second symbol the computer would beat you at every step

BlueTreeFactory responds:

The symbol you pick doesn't affect the gameplay. The computer indeed always blocks you or wins if he can, but the trick is to have two tiles arranged in a way that you can win with 2 other tiles. Practice makes perfect! :)

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May 28, 2010
10:32 AM EDT
Puzzles - Other