USA Hasbro Connect 4 Game
. By Hasbro
Challenge a friend to rule the grid in Connect 4 Classic Grid, the game where strategy drives the competition! Line ‘em up and go for the win! Choose the gold discs or the red discs and drop them into the grid. When you get 4 discs in a row, you win. It’s simple, fast, and fun. Master the grid.
Get four in a row first.
In Connect 4 Grid it’s all about strategy.
Pick your favorite way to win.
Release a disc to open up new options.
Go for four in a row!
Do you go up, to the side, or diagonally? Start in the middle or at the edge? It’s your choice in Connect 4 Grid. Stack the 4 discs vertically, line them up side to side, or go on the diagonal. As long as you get 4 in a row, you win. Stay one step ahead of your opponent and block their attempts to get to 4-in-a-row first. Play all 3 Connect 4 Classic Grid games, and crush the competition!
Choose your game
Connect 4 Classic Grid offers 3 ways to play. Choose the classic Connect 4 game and line up 4 red or gold discs to win. It’s fast and easy. Connect 4 Frenzy starts with “ready, set, drop!” and then it’s a fun free-for-all of discs flying into the slots. In Connect 4 Frenzy, both players drop their discs at the same time, using one hand only! When you play the third game, you choose to drop a disc into the grid, or eject one from the bottom using the pop out feature. It’s the Connect 4 you love, with new challenges and strategy!
Same Connect 4, more fun!
Connect 4 Classic Grid takes the popular game one step further with a more modern style and exciting ways to play. Cool colors and new game choices keep you glued to the grid! The pop out feature lets you release a disc from the bottom row of the grid to change the sequence above. Will it help you or move your opponent closer to the win?
Includes: Grid, 2 feet, 21 red discs, 21 gold discs, label sheet, instructions
Hasbro’s fundamental mission is to bring joy and play to children and their families around the world. But for some children, play can be challenging. For children with a developmental disability, play isn’t always accessible out of the box, relegating countless toys to the back of the closet or the donation bin. But more importantly, the joy and benefits that play can bring, and the connection between peers, siblings and other generations, may be lost