Published in the book 21 Games For The BBC Micro by Mike James, S. M. Gee and Kay Ewbank, published by Granada Publishing Ltd.
The book contains the following description:
Noughts and crosses is a perennial favourite because it is a simple
game of strategy. The problem with playing it against a computer is
that the computer can be programmed so that the person challenging it
can never win. However, this program makes your BBC Micro an
opponent who can be beaten. The BBC Micro will make sensible
moves but is not infallible so it is worth playing on until you beat it.
It’s actually a very good way of learning about game-playing strategy.
|Title||Noughts And Crosses|
|Publisher||Granada Technical Books (Granada Publishing Ltd.)|
|Primary genre||Traditional Games|
|Secondary genre||Noughts And Crosses|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||21 games for the BBC Micro (BOOK)|