Put away your pencil and paper, because now you have Tic Tac Toe on your mobile! Nice design and smart AI will not let you get bored. Download Tic Tac Toe on your phone right now and start play!
You can play with AI and with real player (2-player mode).
Game automaticly saves statistics data win/lose/draw on your phone. You can see your statistics in any time!
- One or two players
- Three difficulty levels:
* easy: the game plays (almost) randomly;
* medium: the game knows some strategy;
* hard: the game knows almost all best strategies (but you can win with some tricks, and sometime it makes mistakes).
* Control difficulty (from 4 to 100 pieces).
* Able to load picture from gallery.
* Able to capture input picture by using camera function.
* Support hint feature.
* Show/hide the original picture.
* Count moves, time.
* Pause: press home key.
* Resume: return the game.
* Provide nice default pictures.
How to play:
Drag the puzzle pieces to the right place in order to recreate the image.
Playing is really simple: swipe your finger horizontally to move the falling kanji blocks, tap on the screen to make them rotate, and swipe your finger down to make them drop. Combine the falling blocks with the kanji at the bottom to make 2-character words to increase your score and vocabulary!
This app is completely free: it won't annoy you with ads, in-game purchases, and it won't try to steal your personal information. Just let us know what you think. :-)
This game is designed to be played at the Maryland Science Center, but if you want to try it at home, use these keycodes. (There are lots more at the museum!)
Learn more about the Maryland Science Center:
Using live and archived WeatherBug conditions discover a phenomenon that creates differences in temperature around the Baltimore metropolitan region and demonstrate your climate know-how.
Temperature Blast and its study of the Urban Heat Island effect in Baltimore is a Citizen Science project brought to you by the Maryland Science Center, their research partners at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, WeatherBug, the Association of Science-Technology Centers, and the National Science Foundation. Climate researchers are using data collected through the project to test local temperature models and aid in urban planning.