Connect Four Classic Grid Game

Connect Four Classic Grid Game

  • Classic 4-in-a-row game features three ways to play
  • For 2 players
  • Grid comes with 2 Feet, 21 Red Discs, 21 Gold Discs, Label Sheet and Instructions

Connect Four Classic Grid Game

List Price: $ 19.99

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3 thoughts on “Connect Four Classic Grid Game

  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Just like I remembered, February 10, 2013
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    T. Yep (San jose, CA) –
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    I don’t think you can really mess up a classic like connect 4. The only thing I didn’t like was that the legs are a little difficult to assemble and take apart. The old model was a slide on and everytime I put this one away I fear I might break it.

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No, not the original, but has its own positives, July 13, 2013
    This review is from: Connect Four Classic Grid Game (Toy)
    So my wife brought this particular one home for our 4 year old daughter. I was a little leary of it because its more masculine than the other version, but we did not have time to get one on amazon (which had it cheaper) for my daughters birthday. I also became leary when I saw the complaints about the plastic legs breaking. Here are my thoughts on these two issues…

    1. My daughter loves the game, I showed her the more cartoony version, but she liked this one just fine “lets open this one daddy!” “You are the best daddy ever, mommy and I are so lucky, I hope the man I marry someday is half the man you are” Cute kiddo…

    2. Secondly the stands are not what they used to be where they popped off the sides. But these can be installed and removed without breaking them if you pull them straight off and do not twist them or bend them. If you don’t pull them straight, yes, i can see them breaking. Honestly, they are a little annoying because once installed they are a little hard to get back off and you have to think about what you are doing. Just be mindfull to pull straight away and you should be good.

    2b. Others have complaned about the bottom not staying in place, i don’t see that being a problem with mine, but perhaps with ware it will start to become a problem

    What is nice are the chips, they are well made with many different designs on them. The other version talks about 5 ways to play, it has some special chips. With the designs on these chips, some unique, you could probably pull the rules down off the net and assign some of the special moves to these chips. This version also has the pop-out feature which is a nice touch.

    overall, i think the better chips, the color, and the pop-out feature offset the annoying design for the stands, so 5 stars.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    cheaply constructed, September 26, 2013
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    This is not the Connect Four of my youth. To drop the pieces out the bottom, you have to bend the plastic legs outward. It’s pretty obvious that either with time or with one overly zealous attempt the legs will crack. The Connect Four of my youth had a slider that let the pieces fall out without stressing anything.

    Other than that, Connect Four is a great game. If you can find a better constructed version, I highly recommend it.

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