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Published in LittleBigPlanet™2 Hearted Queued Naughts & Crosses

Naughts & Crosses

By ApertureNOBLE ApertureNOBLE

Please note that 2 players are required to play this level. Naughts & Crosses is a paper-and-pencil based game designed for two players who take turns marking the spaces in a three by three grid. The player who succeeds in placing three respective marks in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row wins the game. The simplicity of Naughts & Crosses also makes it an ideal pedagogical tool for teaching the concepts of good sportsmanship. [6.0.0]
More Info
  • First published 8/26/12
  • Last published 10/13/14
  • Completed 1,682 times
This level is a developer favourite!

Team picked on 9/20/12 (View more team picks)

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  • the_Law2011 the_Law2011

    Love This Level! Yay if you'd like to see 3 playered Tic-Tac-Toe! If you don't know what it is, it's with a 4x4 square instead of 3 x 3, 4 in a row instead of 3, and the third player is a triangle.

    9/27/12 11:19 PM

    Good grief!
  • Breezy-The-Pro Breezy-The-Pro

    The epitome of minigame tomfoolery. This is a lot like the juxtaposition between store-brand chocolate and Cadbury's; the latter is this level. The real deal. Don't buy the nasty stuff, that's all I'm saying. Settle for the bizmuth. Don't drink and drive. Live long and prosper.

    8/15/14 7:26 AM

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  • tabycatmeow tabycatmeow

    well put together and beatiful design, one thing i would change is letting player 2 go first if they win. if the first player always go first, player 2 rarely wins making an unfair advantage

    9/21/12 2:31 AM

    Good grief!