OiX is an adaptation of tic-tac-toe, played versus the computer on a 20 by 20 board. The goal is to arrange five O's or X's in a row. The human player can choose if he wants to be O's or X's, and whether he wants to go first. A symbol is placed by typing in the coordinates of the chosen square of the board.
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The Polish book Bajty Polskie includes a quotation from the game author, who recalls that the game was written in BASIC with its key elements in assembly language, and that a special compiler needed to be used in order to keep the computer from taking forever to move.
The game was originally released as freeware. The later 1987 release is a commercial one.
- MobyGames ID: 57021
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Game added by Havoc Crow (formerly JudgeDeadd).
Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit added by Karsa Orlong.
Game added August 9th, 2012. Last modified February 22nd, 2023.