- It is a popular chess game, easy to learn yet hard to master.
- It is well-known over the world since many years ago due to its unique design.
- There are 3 difficulty levels for you to choose, proper for everyone.
- Or you may just play it with your friend.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great classic game, but needs higher difficulty level
I've always loved connect four since I was a kid. It's a great strategy-type game. This app is great for anyone who likes connect four. As far as I'm concerned, it's set up great and I've had no issues with the game itself. However, the hard mode on this app is still fairly easy to beat, whether you're first or second player. I think the developers should've created a "hardest" mode, or something along those lines, because I can still win at least 85% of the time, whether I'm first or second player. Other than that, it's a good app and fun to play when I'm bored and nobody's playing online.
I downloaded this app since I hadn't played Connect Four in a long time. It is challenging enough to be fun for a long time, yet easy enough that you can occasionally beat it. It also has a two player mode, so you can compete with another player. It would be cool if you could put in your own usernames, but it doesn't look like you can.
This app's UI is well done, and the sound effects are some of the best I've heard on an app of this kind. I didn't really care for the theme music, but you can easily turn it off under the options tab.
All in all, this is an awesome app that I would definitely recommend!
Simple fun game. Easy to beat the computer on the lowest difficulty level; not so easy at the highest difficulty level. Research has shown that the player who goes first will always win at optimal play. See if you can beat the computer when it goes first at highest difficulty level. The reviewer that said he wins every time was playing at the easiest level - probably didn't know there were more challenging levels.
Two minor complaints: 1) The "welcome back" message blocks access to the menu button and you have to wait a second to start a new game - irritating and unnecessary; and 2) The stats are somewhat confusing.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.