Tic-Tac-Toe with trivia questions. One player plays "X" and the other player plays "O". Each space on the board is assigned a category. In turn, a player wins the space by answering a trivia question in the category chosen correctly. Each correct answer adds money to the jackpot. The first player to get three of their own symbol in a row wins the jackpot. Stalemates are common, however, and the jackpot keeps building until a winner is declared. The player with the most money after a set number of games is the winner. Transogram also released a Junior Edition for pre-teens. Following the scandal concerning rigged quiz shows, which cast a pall over the television industry, the Tic-Tac-Dough games were rebranded as 3-In-a-Row Home Quiz. The Ideal version, released in 1978, added a solitaire game for the first to get three-in-a-row: the player chooses from nine random cards (six money amounts plus one each of Tic, Tac, and Dragon) one at a time. The player wins additional money by accumulating $1,000 or finding Tic and Tac, but loses if the Dragon is found. The games are faithful to the television series they are based on.