With Connect Four Cities, you can either play the juiced up version, which builds on the original game with special pieces and board configurations, or you can enjoy a well executed version of the original game against a computer player with a plain seven-by-six grid, standard playing discs and three levels of difficulty. PlayFirst’s game also includes a multiplayer option that allows you to link up with other Connect Four Cities players online. At the time of this review, there were no players available online to try this feature. Nevertheless, as the game takes hold in the player community, multiplayer opportunities could greatly expand the fun of this game.To check out the full game review, please follow the link below.
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