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Challenge a friend to disc-dropping fun with the classic game of Connect 4! Drop your red or yellow discs in the grid and be the first to get 4 in a row to win. If your opponent is getting too close to 4 in a row, block them with your own disc! Whoever wins can pull out the slider bar to release all the discs and start the fun all over again! Connect 4 and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Customer Reviews

~ Continuing the Connect 4 Tradition with the Grandchildren ~

 on February 23, 2017
By Small~Town~Girl
Hasbro Connect 4 Game was one of our daughter’s absolute favorite games to play, growing up. In fact, she and her dad played a game of it almost every night as part of her bedtime routine. Our daughter now has kids of her own and it is time to continue the tradition of playing this game. We ordered it at Christmastime and have been looking forward to playing it with the grandchildren. It got set aside, but has now been noticed again by our grandson and he is very excited to play it. Got it out and put it together, ready for his next visit. Looks about the same as it did back then. There is some fun to be had here. Looking forward to many years of making new and fabulous memories of Connect 4 with the grandchildren.

Nostalgiac and well built!

 on April 18, 2017
By C. Harrington
This is a great product. I was a little worried that I would receive a cheap knockoff from China, but this it the real thing. Thick plastic, not easily breakable or bendable, and the chip colors will not scratch off.

Still the Same Awesome Game!

 on January 26, 2016
By DadOrDieTrying
We absolutely love this game! The sad part is that the world has become accustomed to cheaply made products. Unfortunately, this is just a price we have to pay if we want affordable products. Hasbro has done a wonderful job ensuring that Connect 4 continues to be a part of our lives, but if you’re looking for the sturdy game you had when you were a kid, this one falls a little short. The rack is flimsy and made of thin plastic, and the discs lack that heavy checker weight, BUT they totally work. Just mentioning it for the people who are nostalgic, this game just feels a little different. Our kids don’t know the difference and it certainly doesn’t matter when you measure the memories that were making with them, but it is nice to remember some of the differences from when we were kids.

Great learning tool for toddlers.

 on September 27, 2016
By Mims from Brooklyn
I really loved Connect 4 when I was a kid. Then I bought this for my 3 year old and 1 year old. Although they are not playing by the rules, putting the discs into the slot keeps them busy. It’s also a good tool to teach colors and counting as well as learn about taking turns. A+ plus in my book.


 on May 9, 2017
By Kronin323
The classic game, just like I remember from my childhood. (Or is it? I remember the pieces being red and black, not red and yellow, but maybe I’m confused…)

My turn!

 on September 28, 2016
By Kindle Customer
Although, we have not been able to play the game as intended, it has been fun. My grand children 5yrs, 3yrs and 10 months are fascinated by the game. It is usually the first game they choose. Eddy, 3year old, plays to win by getting his color to the last place at the top. I have been able to teach him the concept of “taking turns” and “no cheating”. It is fun and I am glad that I bought this game.

What’s Not to Love with this Classic?

 on August 19, 2016
By Teacher, Mom, 40-Something
This is the same classic game that I played when I was a kid, and now I can play it with my children! The goal is the same–to get four colors in a row. At first my children struggles with predicting where a player might go next, but after playing with it for a while, they’ve really started to get the knack for it. It has helped them to develop critical thinking skills. We got the game at Christmas, and it’s now eight months later and they still pull it out to play all the time. I think this one will be a keeper.

Fun, Exciting Game

 on February 13, 2016
By MommaP
This was the perfect gift for my daughters family at Christmas. Their children range in age from four years old to twelve years old and this game was one that everyone could play. The excitement of seeing the pieces slide into place was fun for the younger children and then to slide the bottom to begin another game was just as fun. This game has been around for many years and is just as much fun playing with my grandchildren as it was with my children. It is the exact same game and has not been changed from years ago ~ a fun experience for us all!


 on August 22, 2017
By DobieOne
OK, This one was the biggest hit of all. Of course, she beat the pants off of me but had a great time doing it. Grandparents beware – your little grandchildren love playing games and they are good at it. My 7-yr-old granddaughter can play me like a fiddle and beat my butt on Connect 4. Finally after beating me time after time, she admitted that one of her pre-school teachers had taught her game strategy on winning in this game and she took pity and tried to teach me some of her tricks. 🙂 Gotta love the little children.

We like board games

 on March 7, 2016
By Amazon Fan
We bought this for our son for Christmas as a small gift since everything else was for his Wii U or Xbox 360. We like board games, and I figured this would be a cheap, easy gift for fun that would not require too much brain power… something we could play while watching a movie or something. I was so surprised at how much you need to use strategy! I easily won the first few games I played with my son (he’s 10) but he caught on quick and now he consistently beat me (it’s so embarrassing!!). We play best of 5 and it usually ends with “Good game Mommy. Better luck next time.” Who knew! Simple set-up and easy clean up.

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