TWO POPULAR GAMES COME TOGETHER: Candy Land meets Connect 4 in this fun game for kids ages 6 and up, for 2 players
CONNECT AND COLLECT: Connect and collect some sweet sets! It's a Connect 4 game grid with Candy Land game tokens
CANDY LAND TOKENS: Pop out plastic candy tokens from the removable bottom row. Block opponents and don't let them collect sets when the row drops. The player with the most candy tokens wins
WILD CANDY TOKENS: Use plastic Wild Candy tokens to help create sets of 2, 3, or 4 candies next to each other along the bottom row or vertically up from the bottom
STRATEGY GAME: Combine strategy and luck as players try to connect and collect the most Candy Land tokens to win. The game is a great indoor activity for kids and makes a fun birthday or holiday gift
Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up
Type of Game: Classic games
Playing Time: 15 minutes or more
Includes: Game board, game pieces
Number of Players: 1 or More Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-1033
It's a Game Mashup: Two favorite brands come together to create one awesome game. This Connect 4 game has a Candy Land twist. Players take turns knocking out plastic candies from the bottom row of the Connect 4 frame. Each time one gets knocked out, a new disc must be placed in one of the slots at the top of the frame. The plastic candy tokens keep moving out and dropping down as players try to get sets of 2, 3, or 4 candies adjacent to each other on the bottom row, or vertically up from the bottom. The Game Mashups Candy Land Connect 4 game is a great idea for a birthday or holiday gift for boys and girls ages 6 and up.
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• Includes plastic grid, 2 legs, 2 feet, pivot bar, slide bar, 35 plastic candy tokens, label sheet, and game rules.
• Ages 6 and up • For 2 players. • Adult assembly required.
This game is pointless. It’s basically like candy crush- i.e. a one person game. The instructions make zero sense. I spent 20 min putting all the stickers on only to realize I could play this game on my phone without a mess.
How can such a large company make such a crapy game? The instruction make no sense. Not just to me but to the only youtube video on this game and other reviewers s well.
If you play it the way the instruction say it is a one sided game, the first player wins. If you change the rules it is still dumb, you push the pieces out to the other player and have to reach around to grab them. Dumb all the way around.
Rules weren’t well thought out in this game. A player keeps going until they can’t make any more matches. Typically the player that goes first is going to win. Would be more balanced if you got one set and then it changed turns.
This game is a lot of fun if you are very strategic when placing the pieces. If not, it's a one player game. I'd say 3 out of the first 5 times we played, the second player didnt even get a turn until there was 5 or less pieces on the board. My daughter, who goes first every time, loves it! I have to admit, it is a lot of fun if it goes the way you'd expect. It just doesn't happen often enough.