Your guide to understanding the Fit Tac Toe game.
The Fit Tac Toe game is a great icebreaker game for kids as well as adults. It is indeed an excellent game for those wanting to break a sweat while also having fun. Thus, making it the perfect game as physical activity.
So, make two teams and keep reading about how this game works!
Features of the Fit Tac Toe Game
|★ Game Name||Fit Tac Toe|
|★ Group size||small and medium|
|★ Age||any (6+)|
|★ Skill||acting / balance / erudition|
|★ Time||up to 10 – 20 min|
|★ Materials||yes (small objects and timer)|
Aim of the Game
The main aim of the game is to play the classic Tic Tac Toe. However, with a little twist.
In Fit Tac Toe, you won’t play using pen and paper but rather compete with the other team by running and filling the tic tac toe box with anything you prefer.
This game is excellent for getting entertained and also losing some of those calories by running!
Group Size and Age
There is no particular age limit for playing this game. As long as the team members understand and know how to play the basic tic tac toe, it’s enough!
If we talk about how many people are needed, you need to have two teams. Now, it is ideal to have four to five members on each team. The game may get boring if the team consists of too many members.
List of Things You Need For This Game
You do require a few readily-available things before you start playing this game.
Firstly, you need a temporary marker pen or tape to make a large tic tac toe grid on the floor.
You also need a few pillows (or whatever small objects they can use as their signs) (around 4-5) for the two teams. Each team should have pillows different from the other team to avoid any confusion. For example, one team can have red while the other can have black pillows.
Lastly, you can keep a timer or your phone’s timer and a whiteboard to keep track of the scores.
How to Play Fit Tac Toe
Now, let’s take a quick look at you can play Fit Tac Toe.
Step 1: Firstly, prepare a proper tic tac toe (3x3x3) grid using a marker pen or tape.
Step 2: Then, divide people into two teams. You can do it randomly or appoint a team leader and let them choose the members.
Step 3: Once the teams are decided, the next step is to start the game. It’s quite similar to basic tic tac toe.
Step 4: One player from each team runs over to the grid, places a pillow on one grid’s box. The other player does the same simultaneously.
Step 5: Important – Once the team members have made three moves, they can rearrange any pillow on the grid to form a row, column, or diagonal line of pillows.
The one that does it first wins!
The normal tic tac toe is quite basic. However, Fit Tac Toe can definitely keep you on your toes and bring fun to a monotonous gathering.
Let’s not forget that it can also help as a total icebreaker!