> I guess I misunderstood your question then.
> For me, I would use a 3x3 array and assign a 0, 1, or 2 to each slot to represent null, X, and O. Then just loop through it each move and update the board.
Ah yes, an array definitely sounds fitting and was an option I considered even though didn't use. How would you visualize the array to the board the player sees?
I would use rexrainbow 's SquareTx plugin. Or you could just use 9 sprite objects with three frames each, one X, one O, and one blank.
Well, this was fun.
I made a TicTacToe game in nine events
Here you go, have a look!
Sorry about crappy host, I don't have a dropbox.
Yea, see he uses the 9 blocks with 3 frames idea too. I really like your use of tokenat. I think I will borrow this idea for later.