Are you familiar with Five In A Row? Have you ever played it with your classmates in school with pen and paper? I bet you have. There's that feeling when you come within an inch of winning the game and there you are… you have reached the end of your piece of paper or the limit of the playing area in Gomoku or Tic-Tac-Toe. From now on your paper or playing area is endless: the field of 3D games has no boundaries! You need improved strategic thinking and new perspectives to challenge your enemies.
You can practice on a classic board in two dimensions, but the real adventure is playing in 3D in the shape of either a cylinder or a cube. The game follows the rules of the well-know and classic Five in a Row. You have to place 5 in a row for the winning position while this new approach of 3D areas makes the games more exciting than ever.
3D Five In A Row is actually 5D Five In a Row as the recent 3D game includes a 2D version in addition.
Controlling the game is very simple. Place one of your tokens on the visible play area with a click (or a touch) or move your cylinder or cube forward by moving your finger on the screen.