QUOTE(Agaeris @ Nov 29 2003, 04:56 PM)
Hey, can you read? Each side of a square has 9 slots, meaning 3x3 per side. A cube with the slots on the exterior rotates on a hemisphere. 5 sides of the cube have 9 slots, 45 slots total, line up 6 and you win. A SOLID cube. Kind of like tic tac toe, but with 5 playing boards all hooked up.
Sorry about my initial comment, I make gemedet boards out of copper and stones and steel, so I have a pretty good idea of what it looks like and how you play it. If you put all five sides on one plane, you will see that there are many options diagonaly and across the sides, but you cannot wrap from one side under the bottom to the opposide side.
Well, I think you are very wrong, when I first created this model Dr. Watson himself commented me that it looked great but it had to be 9*9*9... and not 3*3 plates or something like that
I'm sorry I can never finish this model though... I lost the model after a crash of my computer..
I might redo it though, better this time... and I'm thinking of making ti glass plates now since this computer can probable handle it