Introducing Tic-Tac-Logic puzzles: Easy to start, hard to stop

Friday, February 22, 2013 Introducing Tic-Tac-Logic puzzles: Easy to start, hard to stop

Remember Tic-Tac-Toe we used to play as children? Tic-Tac-Logic, a single player puzzle based on similar principles, is now available from Conceptis. Fun and challenging for all ages, Tic-Tac-Logic are easy to start but hard to stop.

To start playing Tic-Tac-Logic click the free puzzle on this page or log in to the Play online section where 10 puzzles are now published each week. To celebrate the release of Tic-Tac-Logic, 5 of the first puzzles will be available free until Friday, March 1 when new puzzles are published.

Tic-Tac-Logic rules are simple. Each puzzle consists of a grid containing X's and O's in various places. The object is to place X or O in remaining squares so there are no more than two consecutive X's or O's in a row or a column, the number of X's is the same as the number of O's in each row and column, and all rows and columns are unique.

Even more fun to play

Tic-Tac-Logic can be played online or with pencil & paper. When playing online, Tic-Tac-Logic offers gaming features and preferences making the game even more fun to play. The list includes rulers to help focus on the row or column being solved, auto-checking completed lines, showing conflicts, saving, printing, zooming, undoing/redoing and checking solution and more.

For complete instructions of how to play Tic-Tac-Logic online please visit Tic-Tac-Logic Interactive. For additional free Tic-Tac-Logic puzzles as well as rules, tutorial, tips and solving techniques, please visit the Get started section.

According to Austrian puzzle website janko.at, the concept of Tic-Tac-Logic was invented by Adolfo Zanellati, an Italian puzzle author who named his invention Tohu wa Vohu after the Biblical Hebrew phrase (תֹ֙הוּ֙ וָבֹ֔הוּ). Coincidentally, a similar puzzle was invented at the same time by PeterFrank, a media content company located in Belgium, who named their creation Binairo®. For more see Tic-Tac-Logic history.

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