WinFour (Windows)

WinFour Windows The game loads and displays a blank play area. 
Here some of the game configuration options that can be accessed via the menu bar are shown


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WinFour is a single player, shareware, implementation of the board game 'Connect Four'.
It has a tournament mode which plays a series of automatic games and five levels of difficulty which the author describes thus:
  • Random : even my dog can beat this one.
  • Dumb: starts filling columns from left to right.
  • Beginner: looks several moves ahead, but in a non-intelligent way
  • Smart: analyses the board carefully, but looks only 1 move ahead.
  • Advanced: analyses the board carefully and looks several moves ahead.
The game is entirely mouse controlled and was written, again in the author's words, 'as a means to experiment with different strategies or game playing algorithms'.


WinFour Windows The tournament mode plays a series of automatic games. The author wrote the game as a way of testing different algorithms and this is probably a hang over from that
WinFour Windows The end of a tournament.
Apart from the pretty flashing lights effect it's not of much interest unless you're testing a new algorithm
WinFour Windows A game in progress
WinFour Windows Game over

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piltdown_man (150045) added WinFour (Windows) on Dec 14, 2014