Emma is a game that is similar to tic-tac-toe. Unlike tic-tac-toe, Emma can be played with one, two or three players and uses the characters E, M and A instead of X and O.
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Emma

Emma is a game that is similar to tic-tac-toe. Unlike tic-tac-toe, Emma can be played with one, two or three players and uses the characters E, M and A instead of X and O.

Description

Emma has been created to simulate an experience similar to that of tic-tac-toe. However, Emma allows for both more or less than two players and thus can make the playing experience more enjoyable for groups of friends who would like to play on a device together. The application itself has been made using JavaScript in order to allow interaction with the game via browsers.

Instructions

Emma has the option to select three game styles from one player to three players. Upon selecting the first or second options that allow either one or two player capabilities, algorithms are used to create a bot for the second or second and third players that are not being used. However, when the third option is selected, no slots are left open for bots.

The objective of Emma is to place three of your character in a row. These characters can be placed in a horizontal, vertical or even diagonal manner, but must always be connected in some way, shape or form. For more information on the basics of or to go into details about tic-tac-toe and similar games, read this article.

Online

Emma can be hosted anywhere. However, an example of Emma has been provided and can be found here. Emma is not just available online and can also be installed as a desktop application. More information on the desktop application for Emma can be found here.