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Connect Four

Connect Four (also known as Plot Four) is a two-player board game in which the objective is to be the first to get four of one's own discs in a line. The name Connect Four was coined by Milton Bradley in 1974; a non-proprietary version is known as "The Captain's Mistress".

iPuissance 4D is a computer video game that take back the classical Connect 4 game rules. It also includes different game modifications and allow players to play on the internet, locally and/or against the computer.


The game is played on a board with 7 columns and 6 rows, which is placed in a vertical position. When a counter is dropped in a column of the grid it falls down to the the lowest unoccupied square on that column.

Two players play on that grid. Each player has a set of counters of his colour, either yellow or red. The players take turns in dropping counters in one of the non-full columns. A player wins by placing four of their own counters consecutively in a line (row, column or diagonal), which ends the game.

The game ends in a draw if the board is filled completely without any player winning.

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