Great little gift
This product is a neat little game. It is made of wood, which will last a long time, and children of all ages love to play it. It is inexpensive and makes a great gift.
November 3, 2011
Super cute and a big hit as a giveaway at our event
We gave these away as giveaways at a trade show. They were really popular! The price matches the quality, so we were satisfied. I only say that because some of the game pieces were hard to turn (or, you turn one and the whole row turns with it). But that's not a deal-breaker. Overall, very satisfied. Plus, Oriental Trading was really quick to ship and even followed up with a call.
March 20, 2014
thought it was bigger
Guess it's my own fault, but I thought this was bigger than it looks like.
July 10, 2012
I LOVE playing this game with my son - and it's great at resturants and road trips with no paper and pen required! The only down fall is the blocks don't stay as well after many uses,but at the price I paid I just bought new ones! Well worth the investment in a few dollars!!
November 30, 2011
What do you expect for the price ?
It's a great table top game for children in our Coffee Cafe'. For the price, it's the quality expected.
March 8, 2011
Not a good purchase
My daughter loves to play tic tac toe when we go out to eat and are having to wait on our food. I thought this would be something good to stick in my purse to take along and keep her occupied. The letters are hard to turn and it's hard to turn one without all of the letters on the same stick rolling over. I thought the letters would be easy to just flip, but they aren't.
December 8, 2010
It's worthless. The middle letter sticks to a point it does't turn and so makes the game impossible to play. It's thrown out money.
November 27, 2010
I purchased this for our vacation the kids loved it. They kept busy for quite a while. they held their x or o in place on some but it was a nice game for the price.
February 26, 2010
The x's and o's are not balanced, they want to flop to an x or o when you try to set them in the starting (blank) position.
September 25, 2009