Player #1 🙆 chooses a square on one of the eight squares on the grid—one square stays empty, crossed out ❌ and partly transparent as a reminder—as if playing tic-tac-toe. The game will present Player #1 with a trivia question, which determines who captures the square.
Player #2 🙅 slides one square into the empty position.
The first player to have tokens cover three squares in a row in any direction—whether by adding a token or moving one into position—wins.
Find the source code on GitHub.
Trivia questions come couresy of the Open Trivia Database, made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 4.0 International license.
Our trivia source allows the game to prevent duplicated questions during a “session,” allowing players to see a wider variety of questions. Note that, after six hours of inactivity, they delete a session, so you will see duplicates from day to day. Also note that, since not every game uses its allotment of questions, players might run out of questions sooner, if they play for an extended period.
Abandon the existing trivia session and replace it for the next game, by clicking this button.