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Connect 4 x 4


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  • For the first time 4 players can play in the new Connect 4 x 4!
  • We've doubled the grid and doubled the players by creating more challenge & fun
  • Take turns dropping a checker into the grid to create a line of 4 checkers horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, just like the original Connect 4
  • The double-sided grid allows you to make a line on Either side, or by weaving through from one side to another
  • First one to get 4 in a row still wins
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  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001R6AS1M
  • Item model number: 14714
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,795 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Connect 4 x 4 is similar to the classic original, but now you can play with up to four people, and the double-sided grid adds greater complexity and more chances to win. Designed for ages eight and up, Connect 4 x 4 may have doubled the challenge, the amount of players, and the grid--but the fun and scoring are still the same: four in a row and you win!

Connect 4 x 4
    Ages: 8+

    Required: 4 players
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The Good: Up to four people can play Connect 4 x 4; features new colors and helpful blockers.

The Challenging: Younger children may need pointers on the double-sided grid when first playing.

In a Nutshell: Fun remake of a favorite game with added challenge and complexity.

Double-sided Grid, More Colors, New Pieces
Connect 4 x 4 is the only checkers four-in-a-row, four-player game--making it perfect for family game nights. With the new double-sided grid, you can score on both the front and back side of the game.

Game play is simple--pick a line, drop a checker in on each turn, and hope that your opponents don't foil your strategy before you get four checkers in a row! The game has also added "blockers," which can be used to block your opponents on both sides of the grid in one turn. However, make sure to save your blockers for when you really need them--you only get two and they are valuable!

When you're finished playing Connect 4 x 4, a convenient locking top slide keeps the pieces on the grid so you never have to worry about lost checkers.

Challenging Remake of a Timeless Favorite
If you grew up playing Connect 4, you'll quickly realize that Connect 4 x 4 is like having both an old favorite and a new game all in one. You can still play the game with two players, but now also have the option of playing with four. The double-sided grid adds a welcome challenge and complexity for long-time Connect 4 players. A word of warning for younger players: the added complexity may be a bit challenging to understand at first, but once they do, they'll definitely be hooked.

What's in the Box
Double-sided grid, 68 checkers (17 of each color), and eight blockers (two of each color).




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The double-sided grid adds more opportunity to score, or be scored against!

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Connect 4 x 4

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This is a fun game for everyone in our family - ages 5 and up.
Maria L. Mclatchey
We all had fun playing this - easy to learn, challenging to master.
Diana L. Braun
All the pieces can store in the grid, which makes it portable.
H. Taylor

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Bernard Dekoven on August 28, 2009
If you've ever played Connect Four, you'll immediately understand the attraction of playing with three or four players. With two players, you've got strategy. With three or four, you've got politics. Sometimes, you just have to cooperate with the very people you are competing against, just to keep someone else from winning. Such is the nature of playing with more than two.

And it's prettier - having four colors instead of two. Colored rings, even.

But that's just part of what makes this game so worthy of our collective consideration. The other part is the channels that accommodate the ex-checker rings. They're double-wide, double-sided. Which means that two rings fit where only one ring used to. And you win regardless of whether your ring is in the front or back of a channel - as long as there are four-in-a-row of your color.

There are also two "blocker" pieces for each color. Double-wide themselves, they fit into both sides of a channel. The blockers are powerful pieces, which is why you only have two of them, which is why you have to conserve them, which is what makes the game all the more inviting for people who like to ponder.

The strategic implications of all this are profound and subtle. Profound enough to make you have to rethink pretty-much everything you know about how to win Connect Four, subtle enough to make the game challenging enough to attract an adult audience, and perhaps too challenging for younger children. But, like Connect Four, the mechanics of dropping checkers into different columns, of being able to empty the entire board by moving the retaining wall on the bottom are still very much present, and at least fascinating enough to keep the toy-value of the game as playworthy as the game itself.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jesse Mack on July 26, 2009
Connect 4x4 is a sleek, stylish update to the timeless, albeit simple, classic game. The ability to play on multiple planes adds a welcome level of complexity. And playing with more than 2 players makes it much tougher to force a win, which is helpful because it takes a lot more work (or one of a player's precious few Blocker pieces) to block a win as well.

My only misgiving about this game is that in an unbalanced play group, a poor player will give a massive advantage to the player following him. But even with this setback, it's a surprisingly intense experience that I would highly recommend. If the idea of a thinking man's Connect Four appeals to you, this is a dream come true.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By mommyo on July 29, 2009
It's a thinking game and you have to be fast. Unique idea. May be a bit difficult for some children to factor in the other grids. A good game for the family to play together.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elwin Sodikromo on January 12, 2010
I just want to warn potential buyers that this is NOT a 2 player game as stated on the box. If you play with 2 players, the person that starts CAN ALWAYS WIN in 6 moves. I still give it 5 stars because with more then 2 players it very fun
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By athiker on December 4, 2009
My son got this as a birthday gift and we've had a lot of fun with 3 generations playing it together. It is packaged nicely, you can discard the box as all the game pieces fit inside the game and the legs fold up. There are plastic slides/rails top and bottom that keep the pieces from falling out. The one on the bottom is also the release for the pieces when a game is over...kind of a little fun thing for kids as they slide the release rail and all of the pieces fall out in a pile. The self contained packaging makes it a great compact game to take on trips. The game can be broken by stepping on it, or forcing the legs for example, but is fairly well made by today's standards.

Adding an extra layer keeps everyone on their toes weighing the possibilities. Its pretty easy to see the game pieces on both sides from a single sitting postion. Having double width blockers, in limited quantity (2 only) was also a stroke of genius. I disagree a bit with one review that following a weaker player provides a big advantage. The nature of the game, if you are playing w/ 3 or 4 players, is other players will chime in and alert you to possible mistakes that will allow someone to win. This is specifically allowed in the written rules, so it makes for a social game that almost all ages can play. The politicking comment was spot on. You may encourage a player to use their blocker to prevent somone from winning. They in turn might say, I'm using my single to block him here, YOU use YOUR blocker to block them there. Once in a while a player may have to decide who he is going to let win, as he has to decide which other player he is going to block, but that situation wasn't the norm. Usually a player can block the next player who then blocks the following player.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. B. Ellis on January 7, 2010
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Fun game, my 8 year old loves to play, but latch at bottom opens too easily, so that whenever we put it away, the rings always end up spilling everywhere. It now has to live in a zip lock bag wehn not in use
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PJ on October 31, 2013
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The price, shipping time and the product condition were near perfect. Connect reminds me of my childhood when I played similar board games with my family. I wanted to teach my 3.5 year old daughter about how to count, while having fun. Although my daughter likes to play it and learned some rules, the fact that it has two layers - front and back - makes it much more difficult to play. If a child has developed strong cognitive and spatial senses and perceptions, this product could be very good. But, for people like who thought this was one-dimensional, it might be disappointing. If you plan on playing it with young children, make sure to buy one-sided Connect.
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