N in a Row

N in a Row


Several popular games in one: Tic-tac-toe, Gomoku, 5-in-a-row, etc.
Players take turns marking the spaces in a grid. The player who succeeds in placing N respective marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row gets a point.

What is so different about this particular app? This app is fully configurable to suit different game variations:

- No permissions required!
- Board size from 3x3 to 100x100.
- N: 3 to 6. (5 is the most popular and fun to play option known as Gomoku.)
- Points to win: from first point wins to play until there are board spaces. The game will keep score count for each player.
- 4 different computer levels to select from, or play with another person on the same device.

And most important: this game can be played on two different Android devices (against your friends of family members) that have text messaging capabilities. When the player makes a move a message is send to an opponent. To play against another Android device it is necessary to install «Logic Duel» application (which is free) on both devices. Search for it in Android Market or select «Play Remote» option from the «N in a Row» menu.

When playing against another Android device text messaging capabilities are used. «N in a Row» does not charge for messages, but standard text messaging rates apply. Consult your wireless service provider for details regarding your individual wireless service and associated SMS charges.

Other names and keywords:
Gomoku, tick tack toe, noughts and crosses, Xs and Os, Zero/Katta, Exy-Ozys, Xsie-Osies, крестики-нолики, 3 in a row, 4 in a row, 5 in a row, 6 in a row.

Recent changes:
added chinese translation
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3.7
User ratings
254
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
378 kb
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About N in a Row
Several popular games in one: Tic-tac-toe, Gomoku, 5-in-a-row, etc.
Players take turns marking the spaces in a grid. The player who succeeds in placing N respective marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row gets a point.

What is so different about this particular app? This app is fully configurable to suit different game variations:

- No permissions required!
- Board size from 3x3 to 100x100.
- N: 3 to 6. (5 is the most popular and fun to play option known as Gomoku.)
- Points to win: from first point wins to play until there are board spaces. The game will keep score count for each player.
- 4 different computer levels to select from, or play with another person on the same device.

And most important: this game can be played on two different Android devices (against your friends of family members) that have text messaging capabilities. When the player makes a move a message is send to an opponent. To play against another Android device it is necessary to install «Logic Duel» application (which is free) on both devices. Search for it in Android Market or select «Play Remote» option from the «N in a Row» menu.

When playing against another Android device text messaging capabilities are used. «N in a Row» does not charge for messages, but standard text messaging rates apply. Consult your wireless service provider for details regarding your individual wireless service and associated SMS charges.

Other names and keywords:
Gomoku, tick tack toe, noughts and crosses, Xs and Os, Zero/Katta, Exy-Ozys, Xsie-Osies, крестики-нолики, 3 in a row, 4 in a row, 5 in a row, 6 in a row.

Recent changes:
added chinese translation

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A Google User
Feb 12, 2014
Nice start. Add bluetooth and user lines criss-crossing and it will be worth some money.
A Google User
Feb 12, 2014
Rows and columns are too small It is hard to play with phone while the keys are too small.
A Google User
Jan 25, 2014
Great game.like n my childhood
A Google User
Jan 8, 2014
Da Da Da Da
A Google User
Dec 18, 2013
Good Should be an option to allow crossing lines. For (re)using points of a line too ... And why not a more aggressive droid 5 or 6 ...