Wednesday, October 1, 2014

# book review # games

Book Review: Tic Tac Tome

Think you’re pretty smart? Turn the pages to play your moves and watch as Tic Tac Tome beats you forward, backward, and diagonally. Tic Tac Tome features more than 1,400 pages, hundreds of draws and losses, and just one way for a clever reader to win. No apps, batteries, or touch screens required—Tic Tac Tome is powered by good old-fashioned book smarts. It’s deceptively simple, endlessly addictive, and (nearly) impossible to defeat. Complete with introduction and FAQs for the unfamiliar and unsure, Tic Tac Tome is the smartest book you’ll ever cross.

Okay, let's face it. We've all played this game at some point in our lives. Some of us are better at it than others, but none of us could imagine that a book could beat us. This book, in all it's swagger, declares that it's going to do just that. Well, let me tell you, I couldn't put this darn book in its place. Granted, it never beat me and I'm sure that the war is far from over, but I couldn't beat this darn thing..yet.

With the holidays coming, this would be a great gag gift, stocking stuffer, secret santa or white elephant gift. It's fun and if you can ignore it's pompous attitude, you'll get hours of enjoyment out of it. If nothing else, you can watch as your friends and family take on one little book with a big attitude.


I received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review.  All thoughts, comments and opinions are my own.
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