
As played by David with learners
To Learn
This game is best learnt by doing three steps from the well known "school boy" game
Step 1, The schoolbay game (play 3 games on the top of the 3 x 3 paper. Aim to get 3 in a row
Step 2, 3D 3x3
Use all 3 of the matrices on one line of 3 x 3 paper. Imagine that the matrices are three sections through a cube, the bottom, centre and the top,
Aim to get 3 in a row on any level as in step 1 but there are 3 levels and 3 in a row vertically is possible using all three matrices on the rows.(or a verticle diagonal)
Play this 3 x 3 until the dominent square is found by a player.
Step 3, 3D 4x4
Start using the 4x4 matrix sheet which gets rid of the doninent square
Imagine that the matrices are four sections through a cube, the bottom, lower centre. upper centre and the top,
Aim to get 4 in a row in any direction within the cube,
To play
Players
2
Aim
To get 4 in a row in any direction within the cube
Set Up
Get paper and two pens (preferably different colours)
Play
The players take alternate turns
End of play
Play continues until one player has 4 O or X in a row

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