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English language sites about chess are listed here, that provide an online game of chess to play.
If the page is not in the English language this category is not suitable for submission.
Pages in English language dedicated to people under 18 years that provide an online version of the Connect Four game. The purpose of the game is to get 4 stones aligned in a row, a column or diagonally.
If the page is not in the English language this category is not suitable for submission.
Pages in English language dedicated to people under 18 years that provide an online Renju game. Also known as Pente, Gomoku, and Connect 5, the game offers to 2 players the opportunity to battle in order to place five of their pieces in one line.
If the page is not in the English language this category is not suitable for submission.
Pages in English language dedicated to people under 18 years that include an online Reversi game. Reversi is played on a 8 by 8 board, with white and black pieces. It's a game for two players.
If the page is not in the English language this category is not suitable for submission.
Pages in English language dedicated to people under 18 years that include an online Tic Tac Toe game. In Tic Tac Toe, also known as Noughts and Crosses and Tick Tack Toe, two players - one drawing crosses, the other circles - alternately make their marks in a 3 by 3 grid-like figure. The object is to be the first to make three in row.
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