Bringing Back The Classics With Four In A Row
Another classic game brought back to life on Android! XDA member mocelet2000 has devloped Four in a Row, a touch version of the classic board game “Connect Four.”
Four in a Row HD is a free, lightweight implementation of the well-known board game where you have to connect 4 discs in a line to win. Great for a quick play, it has some unique features
Four in a Row gives you playing options to fit your mood, whether that be to play with a friend or have a quick “No-frills” match with someone you’ve never met. You can even hone your skills by playing a one-on-one match with the “customizable strong A.I.” Are you tired of the classic 6×7 board? Don’t be afraid to challenge yourself with boards up to 7×9″. If you grew up playing board games you know that calling “do-overs” were generally only allowed once or twice. With mocelet2000’s Four in a Row, you can have as many “do-overs” as you need with the unlimited undo option.
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