A World War II soldier created Tic-Tac Two as a way to help him and his comrades pass the time in a foxhole. This game is similar to the traditional tic-tac-toe, only better for one’s brain, which comes as no surprise for a game created by the Greatest Generation. What makes Tic-Tac Two better? For starters, this solid wood strategy game has 25 spaces instead of nine. However, the real fun (and brain workout) begins when players pick up another small grid of nine spaces and slide it around the larger board to either win the game of block their opponent.
If you, a family member or a friend enjoys brain-teasing games, then Tic-Tac Two is right for you. The game is also a great tool for keeping the older brain active and alert!