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Source + installer (needs .NET Framework 2.0).

AI is moderately stupid, it will go for an obvious win or block yours but that's about it.

Summary of victory checking, since someone was asking about it:

For each player 'p':

bool won = false;
for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++)
// Column
if (gameBoard == p && gameBoard[i + 3] == p && gameBoard[i + 6] == p)
won = true;

// Row
if (gameBoard[i * 3] == p && gameBoard[i * 3 + 1] == p && gameBoard[i * 3 + 2] == p)
won = true;

// Diagonal
if (gameBoard[4] == p) // center
if (gameBoard[0] == p && gameBoard[8] == p)
won = true;
if (gameBoard[2] == p && gameBoard[6] == p)
won = true;

Nothing fancy, just brute force.

Yeah, I was bored. Yeah, I'll get back to the asteroids thing.
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