The subject I excelled most in at school was Tic Tac Toe, and few of my friends could beat me at this. Ultimately they beat me at every other subject though, which I guess is why I'm sat here reviewing Tic Tac Toe games while they're all performing heart surgery.
Anyway, this particular incarnation of the game ups the bar a little by allowing you to play Tic Tac Toe within a 3D environment. It represents an interesting challenge for seasoned players who are perhaps getting bored of the traditional 'flat' version of the game.
You play against the computer and must lay down a cross in a square on one of the three levels. As usual, the aim is to connect three of your pieces in the same row. Only this time the rows can go up and down and diagonally through three dimensions. And this time, you don't win outright by joining three in a row - it's the player with the most rows or columns at the end who wins.
In terms of its graphics, 3D Tic Tac Toe is pretty awful, and the way it's presented as three separate grids is a little confusing and could have been better executed. I would've also liked to have seen a two player mode because the computer is pretty handy at the game (even by my high standards). An interesting diversion from the traditional game, but lacking in presentation.