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Tic Attack Toe

If you have a 6 year old like me (or older for that matter), you have to check out Tic Attack Toe. This is an awesome game of the Tic Tac Toe lover in your life.  We love this game!  It’s a great take off a regular tic tac toe game.  I hate to admit this too, but Madison beat me the first two games we played!  And I didn’t let her win either!  I then quit.  🙂

If your kids can play Tic Tac Toe, then they can play Tic Attack Toe.  Each player has 6 cards in their hands. You each take turns laying cards down on the gameboard (which is the yellow piece that comes with the game).  Your cards can be laid down either on an open space or on top of an opponent’s card of a lesser value.  Each time a player gets 3 in a row, they get a “score” card.  The first player with five “score” cards wins!

It’s pretty easy but still a ton of fun.  It’s a great take off a classic, and it definitely held the attention span of my 6 year old.  It’s a game I can highly recommend!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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