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Instructions on How to Play the Connect 4 Game

Connect 4 is a more geometrically complex version of the X-O game. The player's goal needs to be 4 horizontal, vertical, or diagonal rows of the same color; however, the Connect 4 game is played as a drop, not a put, so the player needs to have visual thinking to find the moves. Make the right move to win this mind game.

Connect 4 is a world-famous board game. With a simple but extremely smart way to play, checkers are suitable for children from 6 years old and up. This board game requires the player's ingenuity, perseverance and calculation. Furthermore, when playing with friends and relatives, children will have the opportunity to interact and enhance communication and connection skills.
Features of the Connect 4 Game Set
Each connect 4 board game set consists of two pieces, yellow and red, with 21 pieces of each color.
Convenient Connect 4 chess set design. A compact, beautiful box houses the details. Children can take this toy anywhere.
Instructions on how to play the Connect 4 Checkers game
The Connect 4 game set requires more thinking than traditional checkers. However, the way to play Connect 4 is quite simple, easy to play and suitable for children's abilities. You need to create four consecutive pieces horizontally, vertically or diagonally to win.
The product helps players practice thinking, calculation, dexterity and perseverance during play. At the same time, the game also increases interaction with people when playing with friends and relatives because it requires two players.
It would be great for friends or the whole family to play Connect 4 chess in their free time, or on weekends and holidays. The fatigue and stress of work and life will certainly disappear and give way to joy and laughter.

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