Four In A Row
Four in a Row is a classic tabletop game you can now play digitally against an AI opponent on three difficulty levels, or start a fierce battle of wits against a friend in the 2-player game mode. The rules are simple — the first player to connect four tokens in any direction on a 7-by-7 board wins.
You can’t really lose in this game unless you’ve made a mistake, so if you’re really careful about every move, it’s either a win or a draw, kind of like in tic-tac-toe. With 49 token tiles on the board, this isn’t an easy feat, so playing this game is an awesome brain exercise for kids and adults alike.
How to play Four in a Row?
At the beginning of the game, it’s much better to drop your tokens somewhere around the middle of the board rather than near the edges. After making a couple of moves, this will make for more potentially game-winning combinations of two and three in-a-rows. If you have a couple of options available, it’s much easier to force an opponent’s mistake.
The key to victory is impregnable defense, and to achieve it, you must always think a few steps ahead and constantly reassess the situation on the board. Make absolutely sure to analyze the potential threats after each move your opponent makes and promptly terminate them.
What are the controls for Four in a Row?
You can play Four in a Row on PC and mobile devices alike. Click or tap on a column to place a token in it.
- A classic tabletop game
- Fantastic brain exercise
- Up to three difficulty levels
- Great fun for both kids and adults