Triaddle is a two-player game that activates the spatial perception and visual imaging, which the right-brain uses to create mental pictures. The process turns jumbled and unrecognizable visual data into recognizable and usable images.
Game play stimulates a player's visual perception skills. Exercising this skill improves creative abilities. Recent studies find that children who regularly participate in visual perception activities during their early school years develop stronger language skills and more creative problem solving abilities.
Finally, Triaddle challenges a player's left-brain's sequential skills through resource management, math & scoring, and the formulation of strategic play!
Try-Tac-Toe is primarily a spatial strategy game, for two players or two teams of two players each.
Game play exercises the right-brain processes of receiving, organizing, and inferring new relationships.
The left brain is utilized in scoring and the formulation of strategic play. The game also encourages team work and fair play when multiple players are involved.