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Tic Tac Slide

Tic Tac Slide
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Equipment: Tic-Tac-Toe grid . 1 die. 6 game pieces called “Sliders,” numbered 1-2-3 in one color and 4-5-6 in another color.
One player controls one color, 1-2-3 and the other player controls the other color, 4-5-6.
Object of the game: Like Tic-Tac-Toe, get the three colored pieces you control lined up in a row vertically, horizontally or diagonally.
The play: Player One, with Sliders 1-2-3, starts by rolling the die to get a number, and then places the corresponding-numbered Slider onto the grid (regardless of the number thrown or the color of the Slider) anywhere he wants. The second player then does the same. A player wins when he has his own three Sliders in a row vertically, diagonally or horizontally.
Slider Movement: After a Slider has been placed onto the grid, each time that number is rolled, the Slider must be moved (slid) in any direction AS FAR AS IT WILL GO. No stopping until the piece reaches the edge of the grid or bumps into another piece. No jumping of pieces.
Also note that “diagonal” in this game means that a player may move diagonally from the middle left grid to the top middle grid, as an example.


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