Version 0.12.7 introduced a largely hidden feedback form (accessible from the release notes page, and small note on the local network multiplayer page).
0.13.3 brings an improved about page making the feedback form is now more visible, so I figured I would also make it more apparent here.
The feedback is gathered via a Google Form, and has some optional fields that will be auto-populated if you access it from the game.
One problem with developing a game based tic-tac-toe is there are already a lot of versions available. I’m confident I can make one better than most of them, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t something I can learn from the others.
So, I’ve decided to start reviewing other tic-tac-toe games. I’m going to start with free games on Android and see how it goes. The first review is already available for Tic Tac Toe by Wintrino.
I finally got around to something I’ve been intending to do since launching the app, and that is to create a proper website.
The site was originally hosted on Wordpress.com since it is quick and simple to set up, but quite restrictive.
The site is now created using Hugo, a static site generator.
You can now get Tic-tac-toe Collection on the Amazon app store. I would generally recommend still using the Play Store if you can, but if you have a Kindle Fire, then this is now an option for you. Fire TV devices are not yet supported however.