Electronic Toss Across
Make trick shots with lights and sounds in eight different games including follow the leader
Electronic Toss Across Game is a fun party game inspired by the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe. The twist with this new electronic version is that the X's and O's switch back and forth with lights and sounds. Includes eight games designed for one to three players including matching games, darts, and the ability to play on either the floor or the wall. This flexibility, combined with the interaction of the participants, makes it a fun game for kids used to sports like interactions.
The game of tic-tac-toe, also known as noughts and crosses, has ancient origins that can be traced back over two millennia. The earliest known version of the game was called "Terni Lapilli" and was played during the Roman Empire. Boards for this game have been found scratched into surfaces all over Rome. In this early version, like in modern tic-tac-toe, the objective was to get three of your symbols in a row. The game made its way to England where it was named "Noughts and Crosses," and eventually, it was brought to America where it gained its current name. Tic-tac-toe remains a popular game because of its simplicity and accessibility; it can be played virtually anywhere on any surface, from drawing it out in the sand or on paper, to more sophisticated electronic and online versions.