MB Games Connect Four Reviews
Product Type: MB Games board games
Description:Brand: MB Games
Newest Review: ... which doubles as a tray. It's easy to erect you just slot the grid into the base. It's all plastic and okay quality with no ... more
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Customer MB Games Connect Four Reviews (42)
by - written on 11/01/08 (Very useful, 84 readings)
This is a very simple game to learn the rules for and a simple one to play as well. It is a two player game and is suitable for anyone age six and over in my opinion. The game itself is easy to assemble, the main body of the game is a plastic square frame with 36 slots in it that make up seven columns and six rows, at the top there is an open section through which you can drop the circular discs. At the bottom there is a plastic flap to stop the discs falling straight through, all of this is ready assembled, all you have to do is clip the two plastic end on that suspend the main grid off the floor acting as the two supports of a bridge. Each player ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/03, updated on 06/11/03 (Very useful, 85 readings)
It was Charlottes birthday last month and it's a tradition in our house to buy a family game at every birthday and Christmas but the game makers just can't keep up with us! So browsing the Argos catalogue I was chuffed when Connect 4 caught my eye. I used to love playing my dad at this (and usually losing! lol) when I was small and thought the kids would love it. I was even more chuffed when I saw the price - a bargain at £4.99! oOoOo SO WHAT IS CONNECT 4? oOoOo It's simplicity itself. It's a game for 2 players and each player has 22 discs in a choice of either red or yellow (we usually toss a coin to see who is what colour). Once the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/11, updated on 04/12/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
The Connect Four game has been out since the middle of the 1970s. The game is played on a board that has two sides of plastic both with holes cut through and then stuck together around the outside. You stand this board up on a stand that comes with it, The board is open at the top so you can place coloured discs into it. The bottom has a closure fixed to it so that you can shut it when it play and then open it up to get out the discs once the game has finished. The discs that come with the game for you to play with are usually red and yellow. They look a bit like the pieces you use on a draughts board. The object of the game is that you play with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/11, updated on 20/06/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Connect Four is a game that most people will be familiar with. Quite often the simplest things are the most entertaining, and all this game purports to be is a chance to place coloured discs in an effort to get four in a straight row before your opponent does. You can have hours of fun with it, and despite it being so simple, the game will keep your mind active and develop that competitive streak in you. The contents of a box of Connect Four are simple. There is a plastic cage with circular gaps in. The cage slots into a base which has a cover over the bottom that you move so it is out of the way. Also in the box are a number of discs, equal numbers of red and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Connect Four was one of my first ever games I played... The plastic frame that had to be assembled was simple to do so and comes in three parts, two legs and the 7 by 6 hole grid which slots nicely between two. The game came with a bag of coloured tokens, red and yellow, which would be inserted at the top. Connect Four is a two player game. Players take turns to select a slot to put their chosen token in. The winner of the game is the one who has four tokens consecutively in a row, column or diagonal. This game is extremely simple to play, and poses great fun for young children. It isn't as easy as you think, and there is great tactic to the ... Read the complete review
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