Challenge Your Friends With Four In a Row
Remember when the only games available to young kids were of the analog variety? While some would argue that the advent of high tech gadgetry and gaming has yielded a generation with a heightened prevalence of attention disorders, I argue that those who never experienced the Sonics and Marios missed out on some of the best games of all time.
However, many kids still actually enjoy the classic non-digital games. Luckily for us, XDA forum member Goddchen has given a refreshing face-lift to the timeless classic Connect 4 by adding multiplayer capabilities. While not quite as aesthetically appealing as the other iteration of the game we covered back in June by XDA forum member mocelet2000, the element of multiplayer takes this timeless classic to a new level. In the words of the developer:
Do you think that playing four in a row (Connect 4) is boring when played alone?
Well this game is the answer! It provides REAL online multiplayer versus REAL opponents.
Continue on to the game thread to get started reliving the old classic in full digital, multiplayer-enabled glory
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