Don’t draw a “#” Tic Tac Toe Grid! Otherwise you may trigger the “AI Tic Tac Toe Engine” and your iPhone/iPod touch will challenge you to play a Tic Tac Toe game!
*** Visit www.oodot.com/tictactoe/ for a quick demo video ***
Finally, there is a Tic-Tac-Toe App that has the artificial intelligence to recognize hand sketched Tic-Tac-Toe grid (i.e. the “#” shape) and even hand sketched symbols “X” and “O”! “AI Tic Tac Toe” truly re-live the joy of this paper-and-pencil game on your iPhone/iPod touch.
=== Hand-Sketched Tic-Tac-Toe Recognition Engine:
While mostly all other Tic-Tac-Toe Apps force you to play on a preset tic-tac-toe grid, “AI Tic Tac Toe” plays with you on the “#” grid you draw! Yes, you are in charge! And you don’t just “tap” on the grid zones to let the app “put down” either a preset “X” or “O” symbol for you, you really sketch “X” or “O” with your finger and “AI Tic Tac Toe” knows it! (so, when you play against it, don’t try to trick it by drawing “O” when you are supposed to use “X”, it knows!)
=== Multiple Tic-Tac-Toe Games on The Same “Paper”:
Play as many tic-tac-toe games against your iPhone/iPod touch as you want until you fill up the “paper” with tic-tac-toe grids you drew! Thus, at a quick glance, you see how you beat “AI Tic Tac Toe” (or vise versa) on the last 3 or 4 rounds.
=== Sketching or Drawing Mode:
Want to take a break and just do some sketching or drawing? Tap on the “Drawing Mode” button to exit “Tic-Tac-Toe Mode” and “AI Tic Tac Toe” will not bother with what you draw.
Of course, “AI Tic Tac Toe” is not always as smart. Sometimes it might fail to recognize what you draw and it may try to “erase” what you drew and then prompt you. Just give it some patience.
– Hand-Sketched Tic-Tac-Toe Recognition Engine
– Multiple Tic-Tac-Toe games on the same “paper”
– Tic-Tac-Toe Mode
– Sketch/Drawing Mode (i.e. Tic-Tac-Toe Recognition Engine off)
– Paper like background
– Shake to erase everything
– If “AI Tic Tac Toe” doesn’t seem to response after you drew an “X” or “O”, try to tap anywhere on the “X” or “O” you just drew
– Draw slowly when you practice.
– Visit http://www.oodot.com/tictactoe/ for a quick demo
****** What Other People Say******
“This game takes tic tac toe to its roots, where players had to physically draw the game board by hand as well as the Xs and Os. Just now instead of a sheet of paper, players have an iPhone to draw on.”
– Keri Honea (www.examiner.com)