Hasbro Giant Connect 4 Reviews
Product Type: Hasbro board games
Description:Brand: Hasbro / Type: / Players take turns to drop counters into the frame to try and form a line on 4 and at the same time stop their opponent. 1.1 meter tall.
Newest Review: ... reason, like giant chess or giant foosball (some call it football, i think), but it may be the least necessary. I cannot even ... more
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Customer Hasbro Giant Connect 4 Reviews (7)
by - written on 26/07/09, updated on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Connect 4 is a timeless yet simple game. The idea of having a grid with slots that you put discs in to make a line, is rather basic, but it is quite often the simplest things that are magic, and now there is a Giant version for you to play. The idea of the game is to make a row of four of your discs, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. You and another person take it in turns to drop one of your coloured discs (red or yellow) in one of the vertical slots (as this is the only way of putting the discs into play). Your opponent must try and make their own line of 4, and both of you must try and prevent the other from succeeding, whilst keeping focused on your own . Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/09 (Very useful, 287 readings)
My dad brought this at the beginning of the summer and it's been used loads and is mad fun. I love Connect 4 and we've had the board game for years and this giant one is exactly the same only bigger. To play Connect 4 you have to decide who is going to be red and who is going to be yellow. Then we toss a coin to see who goes first. You place the disc at the top of the board and drop it down to where you want it to end up. The aim is to get 4 in a row but your opponent will be trying to block you and make lines of 4 for themselves. I like the sides of the board on this giant Connect 4 because that's where you keep the discs and it's a dead ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Giant Connect 4 is exactly the same as its tabletop counterpart but scaled up considerably; the game consists of a blue vertical grid into which the 2 players must take turns to place counters, with the intention of getting 4 of their coloured (red or yellow) counters in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal row whilst simultanously blocking their opponent from doing the same. It's an engaging, moreish and very simple game with a reasonable scope for strategy, and is good, diverting fun. The grid is just over 1metre high, making the game especially good for children (6-12), and the larger version with its hand-sized counters means that the game is even suitable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
You may be asking yourself, at this point, who in thier right mind would buy a giant Connect 4? Well, I'll tell you who: lots of people. Short sighted people and people with giant hands being just two examples. But, the real question here is, do you want a giant Connect 4? And the answer is, no, probably not. Now Hasbro's Giant Connect 4 is by no means the first normally small game to be made larger for no apparent reason, like giant chess or giant foosball (some call it football, i think), but it may be the least necessary. I cannot even fathom the reason for this games existence- the giantness adds absolutely nothing to the equasion. If anything, it makes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Well what can I say. It is obvious what the game is about if you know connect 4. For those who don't here we go. The aim of the game is that 2 people will take it in turns to enter a piece into one of the holes in the grid. One person will have a yellow counter the other will have a red, you have to get 4 counters in a line diagonally, horizontally or vertically and you will win. This is a great game for children because they tend to concentrate what they are doing when playing. This version is cool as my son says. It stands just over a meter tall so the children do have boxes to stand on so they can reach and it is easy to assemble. It comes equipped ... Read the complete review
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