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Easy to pick up, impossible to put down, exciting to play, and a challenge to master.The Octagon Theory (TOT) is a completely original two-player, turn-based, strategy game that is played on an octagon-shaped board. It's completely different from but also in the style of board games like Othello (Reversi), Checkers, and Chess. Although the strategy is very deep a person can learn to play without using a manual or following a tutorial. Just follow your intuition and make a few moves then watch what the computer does in response to your moves.Game Features:- Universal App with Retina graphics.- Two Game Types: Basic & Pro.- Choose opponent type: AI (*1), or another human (Hot-seat play).- Four AI opponents with more to come.- Timed or non-timed games.- Choose which player moves first.- Three board sizes: 20 turns, 30 turns, or 70 turns.- How To Play Instructions in English & ??? (Japanese).NOTE If you want to play only on the iPad and mainly against another human it is recommended that you get the soon-to-be-released "The Octagon Theory TableTop" instead of "The Octagon Theory" as the user interface is designed for easy play when playing against another human, the iPad is placed on a table, and the two human players sit across from each other.*1 An API is available which coders, board game geeks, and Artificial Intelligence aficionados can use to design TOT AI's which can compete against human players.

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