What is the one game everyone seems to know how to play? Tic Tac Toe of course! I do not know how many times I have played (and lost) but it is a lot.  Well there is a new game on the market, called Tic Tac Mo! which puts a new twist on the old classic. Tic Tac Toe is  a simple game and this game Tic Tac Mo is a simple game (which is a good thing)!

When the game turns on, you have 3 options- 1 player, 2 player, or 3 players-so you can play against the computer or friends next to you. The object is to get 3 Xs, Os, or Ys in a row. Just like in the real game you can win, lose, or draw.

Overall it is a cute game and having 3 players vs 2 is a nice addition. This is a definite family friendly game and a nice one to have in the car while on long trips.  So if you are looking for some different multi player games, take a look at Tic Tac Mo.

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What is the one game everyone seems to know how to play? Tic Tac Toe of course! I do not know how many times I have played (and lost) but it is a lot.  Well there is a new game on the market, called Tic Tac Mo! which puts a new twist on the old classic. Tic Tac Toe is  a simple game and this game Tic Tac Mo is a simple game (which is a good thing)! When the game turns on, you have 3 options- 1 player, 2 player, or 3 players-so you can play against the computer or friends next to you. The object is to get 3 Xs, Os, or Ys in a row. Just like in the real game you can win, lose, or draw. Overall it is a cute game and having 3 players vs 2 is a nice addition. This is a definite family friendly game and a nice one to have in the car while on long trips.  So if you are looking for…

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