TicTangle - A Game Of Strategy Image
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  • Summary: TicTangle is an exercise involving angles, math, and strategy. When you start a game, you are accepting a challenge that has been passed down through time. Pharaohs from ancient Egypt, notable western philosophers, and early U.S. presidents all may have learned a great deal from playingTicTangle is an exercise involving angles, math, and strategy. When you start a game, you are accepting a challenge that has been passed down through time. Pharaohs from ancient Egypt, notable western philosophers, and early U.S. presidents all may have learned a great deal from playing TicTangle. Some say King Tut was entombed with what appeared to be an unfinished game of TicTangle. Others speculate that Aristotle taught Plato the tricks of TicTangle before and during the trial leading up to his execution. History reveals that even George Washington may have used TicTangle to pass time during slow periods on battlefields of the American Revolution.Upon entering the game you will find a blank grid housing 24 total spaces. Make your move by clicking on a blank space. The object is to create a line of five connected marks, forming an angle. Taking turns with your opponent, you can win using one of the following patterns; 3x2 or 4x1 which form an angle as shown in the examples. Tic Tac Toe is three in a row.  But with TicTangle, you must have an angle. Expand
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