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Subject: Connect Four: same or different ? rss

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Tomello Visello
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Connect Four stacks balls on spindles for four-in-a-row. In this case, the wheels are building the spindles as they go. Does that make it really different?

Perhaps so in the sense that the Score Four is limited to four high, while this one can keep building? Is there a game rule about height?

 
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Kevin Kelly
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Well, Connect Four is two-dimensional, this is three-dimensional. That's the main difference. Nice game! Got it at a thrift shop for a buck, been enjoying it.
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Was George Orwell an Optimist?
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The third dimension makes Score Four considerably more interesting. I would only play Connect Four with a child, but am happy to play Score Four.
 
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