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So there you are, waiting for your food at a restaurant, or waiting in a line for your number to be called, or any number of other times you have nothing to do but wait. Maybe a friend or two is there with you, sharing in your misery. Just then, someone pulls out their iPod and starts playing Tic Tac Blam!. The colorful animations draw you in. They glance up and notice you watching. "Want to play?" they ask, switching the game from one player to two with the tap of a button. "But I don't know how," you reply. "It's as easy to learn as tic tac toe, but much more fun," comes the answer. In no time at all you read through the short tutorial. The game begins and you quickly start forming strategies, using your cards to block and attack.The games start racking up. You grin as you finish a round with a Blam! card, making all their cards fly off the board. It's all tied at five games apiece, when suddenly your food arrives, or your number is called. The wait felt like hardly any time at all.