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Mac tic-tac-toe! (updated! 2.0, learning ai)

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Tic Tac Toe for Mac OS X Written by me in Objective C/Cocoa as I really wanted to have something finished for a quick morale boost ;-). download version 2! (included in the DMG is a manual that explains the ins and outs of the game!) Features:
  • Tic-tac-toe for two players
  • Nice Cocoa interface
  • Score counting
  • Intel-Mac compatible
  • A learning computer opponent
Comments welcome! [Edited by - Sijmen on January 7, 2007 5:56:09 AM]

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Works on intel.

Plays great though the packaging needs polish, as you probably know. Editing the default "NewApplication" instances in the nib file and adding an icon would be great.

Also, when you close the window, the application does not quit. I feel that it should for this type of application.

Good work!

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That was darn enjoyable =)
can't wait for the computer opponent

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Thanks for the comments!

Computer opponent is coming:



I have removed all the NewApplication instances from the interface. Now I just need to implement the CPU player and make the app quit when the window closes.

Any ideas for a nice icon?

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Version 2.0 (download) is finished. The start post has been update accordingly.

Screenshot:



Comments welcome!

[Edited by - Sijmen on January 6, 2007 5:58:32 PM]

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