Tapatan Game Board - Free
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Tapatan Game Board - Free is a printable that is a game board designed for people with learning disabilities to play. Tapatan is two player abstract strategy game originally from the Philippines. It is closely related to "Tic Tac Toe" (also known as Noughts and crosses).
Preparation: To play, players will need a game board and 6 checker pieces (3 of one color and 3 of another color). User may laminate the game board here for durability. Place the checkers on the starting positions before commencing the game.
Game objective: First player to get three checkers in a row (horizontal, vertical or diagonal line) is the winner.
How to play:
- Players begin with 3 checker pieces each.
- Players take turns to place their checker pieces onto the board until all checker pieces have been played (unless the first player wins).
- After all the checker pieces have been player, players may move one of their checkers to an adjacent unoccupied space on the board.
- Play continues until one player achieves three checkers in a row or a stalemate is declared when one player cannot move their checkers or a position is repeated three times.