Hello everyone;

For those of you bored with ordinary programming problems, Arulx, Pranjal and I have designed the Brilliant *Game Frame*.

In the first issue of the Brilliant *Game Frame*, you'll develop a bot that plays *Dots and Boxes*, a strategy game of all time.

For more information, read on..

In the mean time, if you have some strategies to share, use this wiki. We might be contributing to this wiki too.

Suggestions, Requests, Bug Reports and Comments are welcome.

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TopNewestThere are only 64 boxes at the end of the game. You even included a picture; you could have counted it yourself.

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You're correct. I am sorry for the typo, that's extremely silly of me.

I updated the README

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Sounds great

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Thanks! You can help by participating or even sharing

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