Discover the next evolution of Four in a Row with amazing graphics, animations, and ease of use. This is a Four in a Row like one you have never experienced before.
How to play:
When you connect four of your tiles in a row before your opponent, you win and you gain the points generated. But, if the device (or your opponent) connects four tiles before you do, you lose, and you also lose all the points you have generated during the game. A connection can be vertical, horizontal or diagonal, but it must lie in a straight line and must be connected
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